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About Parks, Recreation and Community Services
The City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services department offers a wide range of activities, including sport leagues and facilities, youth and senior services, and parks and trails. There are hundreds of ways to recreate in Reno. Explore the links in the tabs to your left for more information. Start recreating today. Visit the
program registration page for more information.
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*FREE FRIDAY PARKING in City of Reno metered spaces for any vehicle displaying the Reno plate!
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*Free Friday Parking good through December 31, 2017 Best Public Parks in Reno
ThreeBest Rated, Virginia Lake Park and Idlewild Park are the #2 and #3 Best Public Parks in Reno. Read more »
The City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services department appreciates feedback of all kinds. Please let us know how we can support your recreation.
For general Parks, Recreation and Community Services information:
Email: email@example.com Also see:
Facilities Contact Information
Parks and Recreation Guide
You can view or download the guide by clicking the image below. Pick one up at any Reno facility, or contact us to have one mailed to you: 775-334-2262 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Fee Increase Notice -- Effective July 1, 2017:
Due to a recent fee study and adoption of cost recovery rates, some fees for programs and rentals will be increased and new fees added. The fee schedule is approved by the Reno City Council on an annual basis and can be viewed in
full (City-wide) or as a summary of changes (parks and recreation only). We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as a majority of the parks & recreation fees have not been increased in many years. Download PDF version