Nevada Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles

The goal of the Nevada Comission on Off-Highway Vehicles is to promote projects on the ground, generate partnerships with clubs, organizations and Federal, State, and Local agencies connected to OHV recreation, and maintain a website for key OHV information, including maps of authorized recreational trails throughout the state, and encourage partnerships to promote trails and establish new trails. We encourage you to contact us to see how we can work together.

The Nevada Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles promotes safe and responsible use of Nevada's outstanding opportunities for off-road recreation. The program provides grants to fund OHV related projects.

The legal authority for the commission is established by Nevada Revised Statute 490.067, which states the commission shall:

  1. Review applications for grants and award funds from the Fund for Off-Highway Vehicles;
  2. Monitor the accounting activities for the Fund;
  3. Meet at least four times per year; and
  4. Prepare a comprehensive report for each regular session of the Nevada Legislature.

The Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles is made up of voting members appointed by the Governor as well as non-voting members.

Greg McKay
Represents snowmobile owners and users
Sue Baker
Vice Chairman
Represents the Nevada Association of Counties
Charlie Cox
Represents ATV Owners
Represents wildlife interests, recommended by NDOW
Kerry Lee
Represents the Nevada Sheriff's and Chief's Association
Michael Gerow
Represents OHV Dealers
Sean Berryman
Represents OHV owners, users and motorcycle riding
Kevin Hill
Scientific expert knowledgeable in the ecosystems of the Great Basin or Mojave Desert
Represents agricultural interests

For interested parties who would like to be considered for a position on the Commission, please complete the Boards and Commission application which may be completed and printed from the state website:

Please be advised that the Authorization for Release of Personal Information and Waiver form requires a notary. The forms can be mailed, emailed or faxed to the Governor's office: Fax: (702) 486-2505.