A new City of Reno license plate helps fund the city’s parks and recreation and is available for purchase from the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles.
The City Council approved the plate last year. The city needs 1,000 plate registrations in 2016, a minimum required for a specialty plate.
“This is a visible and active way to support something we know is important to our quality of life: our parks,” said City Councilmember David Bobzien. “The power of these plates is the funding source they provide. Our thanks to Nevada DMV and the State Commission on Special License Plates for their assistance in helping to make this happen.”
The city will get $25,000 in its first year if 1,000 plates are purchased. The money will support Parks and Recreation.