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Newly Appointed Deputy Public Works Director: Ryan Swirczek

Written September 11th, 2015  


Ryan Swirczek has worked for the City of Fallon continuously since February, 1998 and has recently been appointed as the Deputy Public Works Director for the City of Fallon.

Ryan is delighted to serve under the appointment of Mayor Tedford, and very pleased to be entrusted with the responsibility to manage the day-to-day operations of the City’s Public Works functions. These duties include supervision of the City streets, water system, sewers and lift stations, sanitation equipment, transfer station and landfill, electrical system, parks, swimming pool and building maintenance.

Ryan is further humbled to supervise and lead the dedicated and hard working crew of the Public Works Department, which he considers part of his extended family.

Ryan and Valerie are the proud parents of Matthew, their 14-year-old son who is entering his freshman year at CCHS. Ryan is a Nevada native, who served 14 years in the Fallon Churchill Fire Department. He enjoys fishing, shooting and a variety of outdoor activities.

Employee of the Quarter

Written September 11th, 2015  


Don Hawkins has been named Employee of the Quarter as a tribute to his impeccable work on the City of Fallon Sanitation Department. This award stems from the nomination of Deputy Public Works Director Ryan Swirczek who looks forward to Don’s continued success.

Hawkins was hired in October of 2014 and has become a valued part of the City of Fallon team over the last ten months. Not only is his route completed each day, but Don has noticeably improved alley cleanliness by taking a flatbed truck to pick up large trash items, tree limbs and brush.

Don is a proud father to three children with his wife Amy. During his free time, Don donates his time to the Boy Scouts as an Assistant Scout Master to local troop 1776.

City of Fallon Co-Working Space

Written September 11th, 2015  


The Co-Working Space, sponsored by the City of Fallon and the Young Entrepreneurs Collective, provides entrepreneurial resources and drives collaboration by offering members a space to work, a business library sponsored by the Churchill County Library, educational classes, computers, printers, scanners and a communal location for entrepreneurs to cooperate.

Understanding that local small business is the backbone of the community, the Co-Working Space offers a free trial period and a low monthly rate to become a member. To learn more about the Co-Working Space or to sign up contact Valerie at