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Matthew Brown, Communications Program Manager
Matthew oversees the City's press communications and public relations activities.
Deanna Gescheider, Director of Communications and Community Engagement
Deanna directs the Department of Communications and Community Engagement, this includes overseeing and managing strategic direction for the City's: media relations, print and new communications, television production and web services.
- Reno Fire Department reminds residents to take safety precautions around ice
The Reno Fire Department would like to remind anyone who enjoys outdoor winter activities of the importance of safety when around ice. Under no circumstances should residents attempt to walk or drive on rivers, lakes, ponds, or any other body of water that is iced over.
01/09/2015 4:50 PMdetail
- Property owners should protect fire sprinkler systems from freezing temperatures
With this recent cold snap, the Reno Fire Department would like to remind property owners who have buildings that contain automatic fire sprinklers to make sure their systems are protected from the frigid temperatures.
12/31/2014 2:41 PMdetail
- Reno firefighters continue holiday food basket tradition
On Saturday, December 20, 2014 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., current and retired Reno firefighters will be assembling and delivering holiday food baskets for pre-selected families, continuing a tradition that began more than 80 years ago.
12/16/2014 9:37 AMdetail
- Reno firefighters host holiday party for children in need
On Sunday, December 21, 2014, from noon to 3 p.m., Reno firefighters will turn the downtown Reno Ballroom into a center of holiday activities for children experiencing homelessness.
12/15/2014 3:30 PMdetail
- Reno Fire Department offers Thanksgiving safety tips
The Reno Fire Department would like to remind residents to be safe in the kitchen this Thanksgiving holiday.
11/26/2014 11:58 AMdetail
- Time change is a good reminder to change smoke alarm batteries
The Reno Fire Department reminds citizens that this weekend's time change is also a good reminder to replace batteries in smoke alarms around your home. U.S. citizens will “fall back” one hour on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 2 a.m.
10/30/2014 10:13 AMdetail