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Reno’s “Parks and Rec” releases 2015 Recreation Guide


showimage-300x237-8462555-9326202The City of Reno’s Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department has released its Winter/Spring 2015 Recreation Guide.

The guide contains information on recreation programs and classes, special events, senior programs, winter and spring break camps, facility and pool schedules, a park directory, and more.

In an effort to reduce waste and be fiscally prudent, the guide is not being mailed unless requested. The guide is available online and can be downloaded at Reno.gov/ParksandRec. Printed copies of the guide are available at the following Reno facilities:

  • Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center, 1301 Valley Road
  • Neil Road Recreation Center, 3925 Neil Road
  • McKinley Arts & Culture Center, 925 Riverside Drive
  • Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center, 2745 Elementary Drive
  • Southside Cultural Center, 190 East Liberty Street
  • Northwest Pool, 2925 Apollo Way
  • City Hall, 1 East First Street

To have a copy mailed to you, or for more information, call 775-334-2262 or email [email protected].

The City of Reno’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department offers a wide range of activities and services. From sport leagues and rental facilities, to volunteering opportunities, to youth and senior services to parks and trails, there are hundreds of ways to recreate in Reno.

The City of Reno government’s mission is to efficiently provide the highest level of service responsive to our community. In order to achieve that purpose, the Reno City Council has established four key priorities: Provide Safe and Livable Neighborhoods, Provide Efficient and Responsive City Services, Promote a Sustainable and Vibrant Economy, and Enhance Communications and Community Engagement. To learn more about the City of Reno, visit Reno.gov or call 334-INFO.

Miriam Hodgman
Miriam Hodgman
Miriam Hodgman is originally from San Francisco. She previously was the communications coordinator for the largest hunger-relief organization in Sonoma County, California. She has a bachelor’s degree in American history, with a minor in American Indian studies, from San Francisco State University, and has a master’s degree in public administration from Sonoma State University. She enjoys training a variety of martial arts.