City officials say police have discretion to issue citations to people camping within the city, despite homeless advocates saying this practice is unusual.
Reno Police gave out citations to houseless individuals living along the Truckee River today and in a camp recently cleared out by the city.
The Nevada Department of Transportation on Tuesday gave houseless individuals living in a camp a seven-day notice that they must leave the area.
A small camp with a handful of unsheltered individuals packed up all of their belongings and relocated on June 2, due to a scheduled clean-up in the area.
Reno nonprofit the Reno Initiative For Shelter and Equality today was approved by the Washoe Board of County Commissioners to operate a 114-bed women’s shelter called Our Place.
The Reno City Council on Wednesday approved a controversial program to clean up and restore the area around the Truckee River.