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The final Sierra Vista Park Concept Plan was approved by the Reno City Council on March 11, 2015.

View the Concept Board

View the Final Plan

October 2016 Update: The City received final clearance from Nevada State Parks to proceed with the Recreation Trails Grant.  Using this grant in the amount of $134,500, the City will remove the deteriorated cart paths and construct the first phase of the perimeter trail system.  The project to demolish the old cart paths will commence late fall 2016.  The construction of the new perimeter trail will then commence early in 2017 with completion anticipated by June 2017, after which the park will open to the general public.

Full implementation of the concept plan will likely take 10 or more years, depending on private and community funding for construction and operating costs.  Staff is working with mountain biking enthusiasts for construction and ongoing maintenance of the single track trails.

For further information, please contact the Parks Maintenance Office at 775-334-2270.


Sierra Vista Park is northwest Reno’s community hub for enjoying natural open space, trails and outdoor  recreation in the shadow of Peavine Mountain. 


1. Create a sustainable restoration plan to restore and conserve sensitive lands for wildlife, natural  drainage ways, and manage the natural resources.  

2. Designate and construct a non-motorized trails network for pedestrians, runners, hikers and  bicyclists, including trailheads and connections to surrounding trail systems and Peavine Mountain open  space.  

3. Repurpose the former golf course clubhouse and supporting amenities into a recreational, community  center and/or commercial space which complements the surrounding parkland and open space.  
4. Provide active and passive outdoor recreation opportunities which utilize and complement the unique  character of the landscape and topography. 
5. Develop educational opportunities, such as interpretive sites, outdoor classrooms and programming  
6. Create a buffer zone for adjacent residents for defensible space.  
7. Provide sustainable maintenance plan emphasizing public/private sponsorships. 
8. Create innovative partnerships for funding and stewardship opportunities. 


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