The purpose of this app is to allow you, our constituent, to effectively communicate with us by using a variety of communication channels. You can report a concern, problem or complaint through Reno Direct. Rest assured your report will be tracked until the issue has been addressed.
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 feature helps you to learn about the various Wards in our city, and the appropriate City Council representatives to contact relative to your location.
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.
The new Reno Building Inspections mobile app, released in February 2018, allows contractors and homeowners to request inspections on their active Reno permits with just a few clicks.
Through the app, you can:
- Quickly schedule multiple inspections of an active permit without a log-in.
- Cancel or reschedule an inspection.
- Use your smartphone to view all your Reno building and fire permits, inspection results, and inspection history
- Easily view your permits by adding them to MyList.
The new community awareness app provides users easier access for filing police reports, submitting feedback, reviewing crime prevention tips, and even navigating to police stations, hospitals, and community resources within the City of Reno.
The free mobile app alerts citizens trained in hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) when someone in a nearby public place suffers sudden cardiac arrest. Public safety communications centers send alerts through the app at the same time they dispatch first responders to the scene. The app also notifies users of the closest available automated external defibrillator (AED).
Once the app is installed, select the agency (in this case “Reno Fire”) serving the area where you live or work to receive alerts. Users may follow more than one agency.
Citizens can also download the PulsePoint AED app and use it to report AEDs in the Reno community.
Developed by the Special Collections Department at the University of Nevada-Reno Library, Reno Historical is a mobile application that provides an interpretive view of the city’s history. Search for interesting people, places, and events in Reno history and enjoy curated tours of the city. Each point on the interactive GPS-enabled map includes historical information about the site, with historic images from Special Collections, the Nevada Historical Society, and other top historical collections. Many sites also include audio clips and short documentary videos based on the University of Nevada Oral History Program’s collection of interviews.