Community engagement is the act of you and your neighbors constructively sharing ideas and valuable feedback about our community. Community engagement is a vital part of the democratic process and is essential to evolving our community. Be the change you want to see in the #biggestlittlecity and start engaging across the following platforms listed below and on our Community Engagement page.
Active neighborhood citizens drive positive change in our great community. The NAB program allows you to engage with your council member, and provide feedback about upcoming city projects and other community issues. Learn more about how-to get involved with your NAB.
Stay up on the latest news happening around Reno and engage in the conversation. Head over to our official blog Blog.Reno.Gov to read more. Have a story idea? We'd love to hear it! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to engage with you across our social networks. Please click on the icons below to visit follow and like us!
Open data is the idea that City data should be freely available for everyone to use and republish as they wish, without restrictions from copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control. At the City, we manage a great deal of data for a number of things, like: community development, parking, crime, budgeting, Reno Direct calls, and much more. We believe this data should be made available to you, online, for free!
Have you built a tool or app using our data? Need datasets for your next project? Let us know!
Easily keep track of upcoming City events so you never forget to attend. Unable to make that council meeting you were planning to attend? No worries! We stream all our meetings online.
We now offer several ways to help you report a crime or incident. Calling, emailing or instant chatting (chat box in your lower-left screen) our Reno Direct call center. Or, with our new City of Reno smartphone app that lets you report an issue and send a photo on the fly. It’s a free app you can download at the iTunes or Google online app stores.
Sign-up to make sure you never miss out on all the latest news and happenings in our community.
Join a board or commission as a citizen adviser and provide valuable input and recommendations to City leaders. There are a number of boards and commissions to choose from. View our Boards and Commissions page for a complete list.
#ThinkReno Case Study
The #ThinkReno campaign was launched in April 2014. The year-long campaign recently ended at the City Council Strategic Planning Session 2015. Read our Blog Post about how ideas were used to drive the discussion.