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  • Reno Resilience LogoReEnergize Reno

    On October 18, 2017, the City of Reno is launching an ambitious program—REENERGIZE RENO—to improve the efficiency of commercial, industrial and multifamily buildings 20% by 2025.
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  • Neighborhood Renewal ProgramNeighborhood Renewal Program

    Eligible homeowners will be able to apply for one-time funds to assist with house repairs and to maintain compliance of city codes.

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  • Mayor's conversation on Mental Health and AddictionMental Health & Addiction Two-Day Summit

    City of Reno and its regional partners will host a Community Conversation on Mental Health and Addiction in the fall. The two-day summit will be held at the Washoe County Commission Chambers, Oct. 19-20.
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  • Two kids going down slide that goes into waterDonations for Traner Pool

    Due to vandalism, Traner Pool will not open this summer. If you would like to help, you can make a donation online through the City's Foundation. Donations raised will be used to enhance Traner Pool and ensure this important asset continues to serve citizens and their families. Donate today »

  • Reno 150 LogoReno 150

    We have officially started the countdown to Reno's 150th birthday in 2018 and we are celebrating for a full year. View the list of events at Reno.Gov/Reno150. Also, learn about the Reno People Project.

  • ReLeaf Reno LogoReLEAF Reno

    ReLEAF Reno is a City-sponsored program designed to preserve and expand Reno’s urban forest. With your help we can achieve our goal to preserve the health of existing trees and expand our urban tree canopy.

  • License Plate SpotlightOrder the City of Reno License Plate

    The City of Reno charitable license plate, which provides dedicated funding for Parks and Recreation, is now available through the Nevada DMV. Learn more at Reno.gov/Plate.

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