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    Desert Rainbow

    Photo Credit: Sb Sullivan

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    Couple sitting at Wingfield Park

    Photo Credit: Darron Birgenheier

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    Service Dog, Nala, at the Truckee River

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Download Community Apps

Our website is available for viewing from any mobile device, and we now have two mobile apps for you to enjoy, Crime Report and The Official City of Reno App. Both are available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, . 

Reno.gov Mobile

Simply browse to www.reno.gov on any mobile device to access the mobile version of our site. From the home screen, you can easily access quick links to the pages and services provided through our site. All content has been redesigned for easy viewing  from your mobile device.

Police Department Crime Report iPhone App

Crime Reports iPhone AppAccess crime data mapping through the Reno Police Department in partnership with CrimeReports. Local crime mapping and national sex offender data is accessible through the CrimeReports iPhone app, available at no charge at the iTunes App Store.

This tool is available to promote communication and engagement with community members to prevent and reduce crime. You can view recent neighborhood level crimes on the map or in a list, as well as sign up for automated crime alerts.


The Official City of Reno App

The purpose of this app is to allow you, our constituent, to effectively communicate with us by using a variety of communication channels. When using our app, you're able to actively engage with us in 4 ways: 

1. You can report a concern, problem or complaint through Reno Direct. Rest assured your report will be tracked until the issue has been addressed. 

2. From the app's map page, you're able to view which Ward you are currently located in, who the representing City Council member is for that specific Ward, and your voting jurisdiction. This features helps you to learn about the various Wards in our city, and the appropriate City Council representatives to contact relative to your location.

3. Share your ideas through the #ThinkReno portal. #ThinkReno is an open platform for both community members and city government officials to engage in meaningful conversations about improving our city. Actively help improve our City and guide the strategic direction of your local government by engaging with #ThinkReno. 

4. Don't forget to sign-up for Reno Connect to receive email alerts and newsletters about important City happenings. 

The app also allows you to stay up on the latest council meetings and general City of Reno news. The app hosts separate sections where you can find the latest City news and events, and watch meetings live via streaming video. If you receive a call or have an interruption, the app will put the video on hold and allow you to return to the same spot, so that you won't miss anything. With this app you're also able to track live RTC bus routes and learn the arrival and departure of buses at any bus stop in Reno in real-time!

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