Government in the City of Reno is efficient and accessible. The departments most citizens have to deal with are located in the downtown City Hall (the tall black building on E. 1st St., between Virginia St. and Center St.). Parking is usually available in the casino parking structure right next door.
|Reno City Hall
One East First St., Reno, NV 89501
PO Box 1900, Reno, NV 89505
|Reno DIRECT is the city government's Citizens Service Center. The office is on the fifth floor of the downtown city hall. The switchboard is open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Call Reno DIRECT to:
- To make a suggestion
- To request a City service
- To report a problem
- To ask a question
- To raise an issue
Phone: 775-334-INFO (4636)
|Reno City Maps - With fundamental maps, users easily can pan, zoom, or query data such as city limits, ward boundaries, Neighborhood Advisory Boards, schools, parks, zip codes, voter precincts, roads, traffic signals, parcels, crime statistics, fire stations, libraries, historical resources, watersheds, Washoe County Assessor or Recorder document image data, regional topography, and utility data layers - just to name a few.
|Visit the City Website For Emergency Information - Emergency situations can quickly arise. An emergency can be a flood, severe snowstorm, fire or other major incident.
In the event of an emergency situation, the City of Reno website can be an important resource for you and your family. Updated emergency information will be featured directly on the homepage at www.reno.gov. Additional emergency information can also be found from the Reno Police and Fire Departments.
What if it's not an emergency? Maybe you just need tips on how to drive in the snow, or you're wondering what household items you should have on hand in case of a flood. Visit the Emergency Preparedness web page for useful advice like this and more. Washoe County Emergency Management is also a good resource for this type of information.
More Reno City Services - Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department publishes a parks and recreation guide featuring information about recreational programs and activities available to the community. Two guides per year are published and provided free of charge - fall / winter and for spring / summer.
Adaptive and Inclusion Programs - These programs for those with disabilities, plus accommodations to people with disabilities so that leisure and recreation programs, classes, services and facilities may be enjoyed by all.