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Welcome To

The Truckee Meadows

Doug Kaller
Sierra Pacific Mortgage
336 West Liberty Street
Reno, NV 89501
Mobile: 775-250-4421
Office Fax: 775-324-6868

Compliments of First Centennial Title Company


Contents

General Information Things To Do

History of Reno Sparks 1 Things To Do 18

Home Means Nevada 2 Special Events 19-20

City Profile 3 Golf Courses 21

Nevada Economics 4 Winter Recreation 22

Community Links 5 Parks & Recreation 23

Schools 6-10 Places to Eat 24,25

Shopping 26
Services
Fun Stuff For Kids 27
Residential Utilities & Services 11
About First Centennial Title 28
Medical Facilities 12

Baby & Childcare Services 13

Senior Sources 14

Pet & Animal Services 15

Places of Worship 16

Transportation 17

*Thank you to Nevadamax.com for use of several photos in this publication


History of Reno
and Sparks

When the first white men passed through the Reno area in the 1840s, Washoe and Paiute peoples inhabited
the land along the Truckee River. In the late 1840s and 1850s, thousands of travelers on their way to the Califor-
nia gold fields lingered a few days in the Truckee Meadows before crossing the Sierra Nevada. The first perma-
nent white settlement along the Truckee River was Jamison's Station. Jamison reportedly was among the con-
tingent sent in 1855 by Territorial Governor Brigham Young to establish agricultural settlements in what was
then the western part of Utah Territory.

The discovery of the Comstock Lode in 1859 brought a reverse migration from California in the "Rush to
Washoe." A gold strike in an isolated canyon soon became one of the richest silver strikes ever discovered.
Boomtowns like Virginia City, Gold Hill, Silver City and Dayton sprang up overnight. The growth of the Com-
stock resulted in the development of towns in the outlying area, including Carson City, the Nevada state capi-
tal, and Reno, which had become an important agricultural center and transportation hub for people and
goods, to and from the Comstock.

In 1859, C. W. Fuller built a bridge across the Truckee River, but annual flooding repeatedly swept it away.
Myron Lake purchased Fuller's crossing in 1860, and after building a sturdier toll bridge, he opened an inn on
the south side of the river. The spot became known as Lakes Crossing. When the Central Pacific Railroad was
pushing east in the late 1860s, Lake deeded 40 acres to the railroad to encourage construction of a depot
there. He also sold the railroad 160 acres for a town site, which was officially established May 13, 1868. The
town of Reno quickly became an important freight and passenger center, and grew rapidly.

Although gaming now plays a key role, historically Nevada's economy was tied to mining and agriculture, and
inherent in these industries is the inevitable cycle of booms and busts. Over the years, Nevada has found sev-
eral creative means to support itself through the down times, and early on Reno earned the title "Sin City." It
was a wild and woolly town that placed few restrictions on human behavior. Until the U.S. Army petitioned City
fathers to ban prostitution in 1942, Reno tolerated several brothels. Nevada attempted to control gambling
from the beginning, and although numerous laws were passed, it managed to flourish in back streets and al-
leys. Seeking ways to survive the Great Depression, the Nevada Legislature legalized gambling in 1931. Casino
gaming, as we know it today, developed in Reno.

From the beginning, transportation has been an important theme in the history of Reno and the Truckee
Meadows. The emigrant trails, stage roads, the Pony Express and the railroad have all served to bring people
and goods through the region. By the early 20th century, however, a new means of transportation was mak-
ing an impact on the area's development. The Lincoln Highway came through Reno, on its way to the Califor-
nia state line. With the establishment of the Lincoln Highway, automobile tourism became an economic force
in the region, and by the end of World War II, easy automobile access to Reno's casinos thrust gambling into
the forefront of the local and state economy. Drawn by gambling, the ease of divorce and the area's beauti-
ful natural setting, automobile tourists flocked to Reno.

Recognizing the importance of automobile tourism to the local economy, the Reno City Council in 1928 de-
cided the town needed a permanent slogan to go on the lighted arch constructed for the highway exposition
the previous year. The arch was not Reno's first, but it would become its most famous following the motto com-
petition, which promised $100 to the winner who submitted the slogan "Reno: Biggest Little City in the World."

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Home Means
Nevada

Entered the Union: October 31, 1864 (36) State Symbols


Capital: Carson City Bird: Mountain Bluebird
Tree: Bristlecone Pine
Origin of Name: Spanish for "snow-covered" Flower: Sagebrush
State Motto: All for Our Country Mammal: Desert Bighorn Sheep

State Nicknames: Sagebrush State • Silver State • Battle Born State


State Song: “Home Means Nevada"
National Forests: 2 • State Parks: 24
Famous for: Gambling Casinos, Major Resorts: Lake Tahoe • Reno • Las Vegas, Gold & Silver Mining, Wild Mustangs

• Nevada was made famous by the 1859 discovery of the Comstock Lode, the richest known U.S. silver deposit.

• Nevada is the largest gold-producing state in the nation. It is second in the world behind South Africa.

• Nevada is the gambling and entertainment capital of the United States.

• Las Vegas has more hotel rooms than any other place on earth.

• Most of the state is desert but the Sierra Nevada mountain range near Reno and the Ruby Mountains near Elko have snow for

• Nevada has more mountain ranges than any other state, with its highest point at the 13,145 foot top of Boundary Peak near

• The Stratosphere is the tallest, free-standing, observation tower in the US and the tallest structure west of the Mississippi River.

• About 150 couples get married in Las Vegas each day.

• A 1910 law made it illegal to gamble in Las Vegas. In 1931, the state created two industries, divorce and gambling.

• In 1899 Charles Fey invented a slot machine named the Liberty Bell. In 1999 Nevada had 205,726 slot machines, one for every

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City Profile

Located in the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains, the breathtaking Reno-Sparks-Lake Tahoe area is not your
average vacation destination. From the arts to the cultural splendor, from the casinos to its unprecedented
natural surroundings, Reno is a city rich in both tradition and fresh entertainment.

Minutes from world-famous Lake Tahoe, the Reno-Sparks community is surrounded by natural beauty and limit-
less recreational opportunities. The Reno-Sparks-Lake Tahoe region has over 18 world-class ski resorts, many just
a short 45-minutes from downtown, and 40-plus golf courses. The area also boasts 60 gaming locations, the
National Bowling Stadium, the National Automobile Museum, Rancho San Rafael Park's Arboretum and Wilbur
D. May Great Basin Adventure, the historic boomtown of Virginia City, and world-class fishing, hiking, biking
and numerous other outdoor activities. The quality of life in the region is tough to beat.

At 4500 feet altitude, the Reno area offers four distinct seasons with few extremes. Average temperatures
range from winter lows in the 20’s to summer highs in the 90’s. Low humidity characterizes the area, making
the cool days seem not so cold and the warm days not so hot. Rain is scarce, snow is certain. Here the sun
shines more than 300 days a year.

Tax benefits (no corporate, personal income, unitary, inventory, or franchise tax), accessibility to western mar-
kets, transportation hub, abundance of available industrial/office/commercial space, advanced telecommu-
nications infrastructure, business-friendly regulations, and high quality of life make Reno/Sparks/Lake Tahoe an
extremely attractive place to do business and live.

Northern Nevada Climate

Temperature High Low


Days Above 90 Degrees 53

Annual 67.4 35.2


Relative Humidity 50%
January 45.5 21.8

April 64.1 33.2


Annual Water Total 7.48”

July 91.2 51.4


Annual Snow Total 24.3”
October 69.9 34

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Nevada Fast Facts

Current Population Greater Reno-Sparks Area: Nevada Tax Structure


422,354 Nevada’s tax structure continues to be one of the
least burdensome in the country, allowing both busi-
Cost of Living ness and employees to flourish.
Average home price/rent in Reno-Sparks:
Average 3 bedroom house $319,400 Nevada has no:
Average 2 bedroom apartment $902/mo • Corporate Income Tax
• Unitary Tax
Housing • Inventory Tax
The housing market in the Reno and Sparks area is • Estate and/or Gift Tax
strong. There are many neighborhoods featuring • Personal Income Tax
different types of architecture from the old, charm- • Franchise Tax
ing historical houses to modern styles within a wide • Inheritance Tax
range of prices. • Special intangible Tax
Apartments
The area has many complexes to choose from vary-
ing in amenities and prices. Sales Tax Rate
Carson County 7.125
New Housing
Whether you are searching for a home in a private Churchill County 7.250
golf community, townhome , single family home or
Douglas County 6.750
ranch property, the area can serve your interest.
Lyon County 6.500
Existing Homes
Not only does the Reno-Sparks area offer modern Storey County 7.250
style homes, but residents also enjoy the charm of
Washoe County 7.375
the older homes located on tree-lined streets.
Corporate Housing
Need temporary housing? There are many options Regions largest private non-gaming employers:
for the business traveler or an individual relocating 1. IGT
from another area. Options range from comfortable, 2. Renown Health
affordable sites to luxury upscale surroundings with 3. St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center
state-of-the-art business services. 4. Hire Dynamics
5. United Parcel Service
Reno Business and Gaming
When people think of Reno, they think of gambling. Reno-Sparks Largest Industry Sectors:
However, over the last couple of decades, Reno 1. Leisure & Hospitality
and Sparks have become much more than just 2. Wholesale Trade, transportation & Utilities
gaming cities. With many prominent corporations 3. Government
residing in the area, INC Magazine rated Reno ad 4. Professional & Business Services
the sixth best spot to do business for a mid-sized city. 5. Construction

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Community Links

Organization Website
City of Reno www.cityofreno.com

City of Sparks www.ci.sparks.nv.us

Department of Taxation http://tax.state.nv.us

State of Nevada http://nv.gov

Job Opportunities in Nevada www.join.org

Nevada Association of Employers www.nae-online.org

Nevada Secretary of State www.sos.state.nv.us

Reno/Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority www.visitrenotahoe.com

Reno/Tahoe International Airport www.renoairport.com

Reno-Sparks Chamber of Commerce www.reno-sparkschamber.org

ATT(Phone) www.att.com

Nevada Energy www.nvenergy.com

Truckee Meadows Community College www.tmcc.edu

Truckee Meadows Water Authority www.tmh2o.com

University of Nevada, Reno www.unr.edu

Washoe County www.co.washoe.nv.us

Washoe County School District www.washoe.k12.nv.us


Department of Employment, Training www.nevadaworkforce.com

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Schools - K through 12

How to Register for School The District offers a full spectrum of curricular offer-
Any student NEW to the Washoe County School ings from special education to gifted and talented
District (WCSD) must present a birth certificate or at all schools. It offers special programs in alternative
passport and an immunization record from your education for at-risk students, drug education and
health care provider. A utility bill may be neces- for all students an aggressive program in sex and
sary for proof of residency, and the student's Social AIDS education. Offerings in forensics, music and art
Security number also is requested. High school stu- help prepare students for future life. The high schools
dents younger than 18 need to be accompanied offer over 60 extracurricular activities for both girls
by a parent or legal guardian in order to register. If and boys.
you are not sure which school your child should
attend, call the Zoning Office at 851-5608. Private Schools
There are over 31 private educational facilities in
Immunizations Washoe County. Within this total, 18 serve elemen-
For information on Immunization clinics call 328- tary schools, 14 serve middle schools students and 8
3724. Immunizations are required for children at- serve high school students.
tending Washoe County schools. Make sure your
child’s immunizations are up to date. Bring your Sage Ridge School
child’s shot record. Sage Ridge is a private non-sectarian school grades
6-11 with its first grade class in 2003. Every student
The following clinics offer immunizations: has a laptop computer. A 100% wireless envi-
• Washoe County Health Department ronment, a collaborative, interactive, interdiscipli-
775.328.3724 nary and multicultural curriculum including math,
• Health Access Washoe County science, Spanish and humanities. Enjoying a maxi-
775.329.6300 mum of 18 students per class, the state of the art
• Orvis Nursing Center classrooms and science facilities offer the finest en-
775.327.5000 vironment for exploration, discovery and hands on
learning.
Washoe County School District
The Washoe County public schools offer a superior TMCC High School
education to 55,000 students in over 83 schools. This school is a collaborative effort of the Washoe
The students mirror the excellent programs and County School District and the Truckee Meadows
curriculum offered by consistently scoring above Community College (TMCC) and is located on the
state and national norms in standardized achieve- TMCC campus. The high school and college atmos-
ments tests as well as college entrance exams. phere gives the students the opportunity to achieve
The “Partners in Education” program has been academically and accept responsibility in a safe
used as a model for school-business partnerships in and comfortable environment. Students are re-
other parts of the country. Currently 53 of the 71 quired to take up to three high school classes and
schools have been formal partnerships. may take up to three college courses.

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Charter Schools

Academy for Career Education Mariposa Academy of Language and Learning


School Year Begun Operation: 2002-2003 (FY2003) School Year Begun Operation: 2002-2003 (FY2003)
Sponsor: Washoe County School District Sponsor: Washoe County School District
Grades: 10-12 Grades: K-6
Administrator/Principal: Silvia Marin Administrator/Principal: Maria Sandra Jimenez
2800 Vassar Street, Reno, NV 89502 3875 Glen Street, Reno NV 89502
Phone: 775-324-3900 FAX: 775-324-3901 Phone: 775-826-4040 FAX: 775-826-4030
Website: www.acehighschool.org Website: www.mariposaacademy.net

Bailey Charter Elementary School Nevada Connections Academy


School Year Begun Operation: 2001-2002 (FY2002) (Distance Education)
Sponsor: Washoe County School District School Year Begun Operation: 2007-2008 (FY2008)
Grades: K-6 Sponsor: State Board of Education
Administrator/Principal: Carl Meibergen, Grades: 4-12 (4-11 for FY2008)
1090 Bresson Avenue, Reno NV 89502 Administrator/Principal: Dr. Carol White
Phone: 775-323-6767 FAX: 775-323-6799 5690 Riggins Court, Suite B, Reno, NV 89502
Website: www.baileycharter.org Phone: 775-826-4200 x301 FAX: 775-826-4288
Website: www.connectionsacademy.com
Coral Academy of Science
School Year Begun Operation: 2000-2001 (FY2001) Rainshadow Community Charter High School
Sponsor: Washoe County School District School Year Begun Operation: 2003-2004 (FY2004)
Grades: K-12 (2-12 currently) Sponsor: Washoe County School District
Administrator/Principal: Erdinc Acar Grades: 9-12
1350 East Ninth Street, Reno NV 89512 Administrator/Principal: Jon Hussman
Phone: 775-323-2332x114 FAX: 775-323-2366 434 Washington Street, Reno NV 89503-4300
Website: www.coralacademy.org Phone: 775-322-5566 FAX: 775-322-5509
Website: www.rainshadowncchs.org
High Desert Montessori School
School Year Begun Operation: 2002-2003 (FY2003) Sierra Nevada Academy
Sponsor: Washoe County School District School Year Begun Operation: 1999-2000 (FY2000)
Grades: K-8 (K-7 currently) Sponsor: Washoe County School District
Administrator/Principal: Carol Andrew Grades: K-8
2590 Orovada Street, Reno, NV 89512 Administrator/Principal: Kim Regan
Phone: 775-624-2800x103 FAX: 775-624-2801 13880 Stead Boulevard, Reno NV 89506
Website: www.highdesertmontessori.org Phone: 775-677-4500 x13 FAX: 775-677-4441
Website: www.snacsonline.org
I Can Do Anything Charter High School
School Year Begun Operation: 1998-1999 (FY1999)
Sponsor: Washoe County School District
Grades: 9-12
Administrator/Principal: Jill Wells
1195 Corporate Blvd, Suite C, Reno NV 89502
Phone: 775-857-1544 FAX: 775-857-6825
Website: www.icdachs.com

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Universities & Colleges
University of Nevada, Reno (UNR)

The University of Nevada, Reno is the state's historic flagship institution of higher education. The University has a
student enrollment of more than 16,000,including about 3,200 graduate students, and a total budget of nearly
$500 million. The University provides a broad range of programs and degree options, ranging from baccalau-
reate degrees in more than 75 disciplines to more than 100 graduate-degree programs at the master's and
doctoral level. The University of Nevada School of Medicine is a vital component of the University, with cam-
puses in both of Nevada's major urban centers, Las Vegas and Reno, and a health network that extends to
much of rural Nevada.
The University of Nevada was founded in 1874 in Elko as the state's first institution of higher education. Relo-
cated to Reno in 1887, the University remained the state's only institution of higher education for 75 years. The
first building on the Reno campus, Morrill Hall, is still in use today, and the campus has grown from a small clus-
ter of buildings surrounding a central quadrangle (modeled after Thomas Jefferson's design for the University
of Virginia), to a 250-acre site just north of downtown Reno. The University is one of eight institutions of higher
education governed by the Nevada System of Higher Education.
The University has 76 undergraduate degree programs, and more than 100 graduate degree programs (66
master's and 37 doctoral programs) from which students may choose. New majors approved recently include
Atmospheric Sciences, Environmental Science, Forest and Rangeland Management, Wildlife Ecology, and
Computer and Information Engineering. The University is also in the process of adding new Ph.D. programs in
Mathematics, Statistics, and Geography, and a new interdiscipli-nary undergraduate program in Environ-
mental Studies.
As the state's land-grant institution, Nevada is mandated by the state constitution to offer instruction in agricul-
ture, the mechanical arts (engineering), and mining. Its agricultural, liberal arts, and mining programs
spawned the earliest academic colleges at the university, later followed by education, engineering and busi-
ness in the 1950s, medicine in the late 1960s, journalism in the 1980s, and human and community sciences in
the 1990s. The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension was created in 1914 as a part of the agriculture
college, a result of the federal Smith-Lever Act, and then made into an independent college in 1993. More
recently, the university realigned its College of Arts and Science into separate Colleges of Liberal Arts and of
Science, the latter of which now includes the university's mining programs.
Coupled with its status as a land-grant institution, the University necessarily has a statewide mission and boasts
programs and activities in all 17 counties of the state. It has more than 700 employees outside the Reno area,
most of them in Las Vegas. It plays a critical role in the promotion of health throughout the state through its
Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health.

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Universities &
Colleges

University of Nevada, Reno (UNR)

The University ranks among the top 150 research institutions nationally according to the Carnegie Foundation's
listing of colleges and universities. With more than 100 graduate degree programs, more than $130 million in
external grants and contracts, and a faculty whose educational experiences include the top research institu-
tions in the world, the University is already a significant institution of scholarship and earning, but its research
capacity and activity continues to grow at a rapid pace. For example, total funding for sponsored projects
has grown at a rate of 8-10 percent per year over the past 10 years. In addition, the University is taking an ac-
tive role in regional economic development and diversification through its industrial partnerships, incubator
facilities, and increased participation in intellectual property licensing and commercialization.

Roughly two-thirds of the University's students come from northern Nevada, including almost half, or 48 per-
cent, from the University's home county, Washoe County. Another 13 percent of its students come from the Las
Vegas area (Clark County). The University attracts students from all 50 states, totaling 16 percent of the student
population (more than half of whom are from California), and has 664 international students (4.2 percent)
from 39 foreign countries. The most rapidly growing group of undergraduates is from Las Vegas: over 500
came as new freshmen in fall 2005, an increase of more than 100 from the previous fall. About one-sixth of the
student population is made up of students of color, and 55 percent of all students are female.

The average high school grade point average for entering freshmen is moving upward and is currently 3.36,
compared to 3.20 prior to implementation of the Millennium Scholarship five years ago. Entering freshman av-
erage a composite score of 22.4 on the ACT and 1059 on the SAT (526 Verbal, 533 Math), the latter up from
1043 prior to the Millennium Scholarship program.

The tuition for Nevada resident undergraduates is among the lowest in the western United States and is a re-
flection of the Board of Regents' and state legislature's policy to provide access to as many Nevada high
school graduates as are qualified. For example, the resident undergraduate tuition and fees total $2,850,
which is lower than all but one of 15 western states. Non-resident undergraduate tuition and fees total $11,524
which is at the median for the western states.

The University has an active set of programs designed to provide professional development, adult education,
summer studies, distance education, and specialty training through its Extended Studies. In collaboration with
TMCC, the University has recently inaugurated a new “outreach education” campus, the Redfield Campus,
on the south side of Reno. This campus, administered by Extended Studies, will offer specialized graduate pro-
grams for working professionals, non-credit courses, workshops, and other continuing education programs.

The University's athletics programs compete in NCAA Division I as part of the Western Athletic Conference
(WAC). The University fields competitive teams in 18 sports, with seven men's sports and 11 women's sports
teams offering scholarships.

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Universities & Colleges

Truckee Meadows Community College University of Phoenix


The Truckee Meadows Community College aca- The University of Phoenix is a private bachelors
demic programs, which emphasize industrial tech- and masters degree-granting institution in busi-
nology, include Industrial management Certifi- ness, management, education, nursing, com-
cate, Applied technology courses, and Tech Prep/ puter information systems and counseling, with
School courses. The college provides post- the sole educational mission of meeting working
secondary and occupational opportunities in our adults needs for higher education. The University
area. It has a total enrollment of 10,750 for both has 1615 students and is accredited by the
credit and non-credit students who enjoy the Commission on Institutions of the North Central
benefits of 51 accredited associate degree pro- Association of Colleges and Schools.
grams and 32 certificates of achievement which
offer a variety of specific job training. Desert Research Institute
As a part of the university system, DRI conducts full-
Career College of Northern Nevada time basic and applied research in government
Accredited by Career College Association, this and industry for local and international concerns.
trade and technical school has 237 students and DRI Scientists are our forefront of scientific discov-
provides specialized training in electronic technol- ery and on the leading edge of the application of
ogy, data processing, microcomputers, word new technology in areas such as air quality, water
processing and medical and legal office manage- quality and power and energy.
ment.
Sierra Nevada College
Morrison University This private liberal arts college in located in Incline
This senior college with 167 students and accred- Village, next to Lake Tahoe. It has degree pro-
ited by Career College Association specializes in grams in more than 15 different fields, as well as
business career-oriented programs including as- offering continuing education programs, an ac-
sociate degrees in Business Administration, Legal claimed summer arts program and numerous
Administration and Office Administration. courses and satellite campuses in Nevada. Si-
erra Nevada College has over 550 students and is
Regional Technical Institute accredited by the Commission on Colleges and
This center provides alternative classes to high Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges.
school students including electronic computer
aided design, business systems, advanced child
development, printing and graphics, precision ma-
chining, horticulture and landscaping, building
trades, fashion and merchandising and culinary
arts.

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Residential Utilities &
Services

DMV Telephone
Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles AT&T
www.dmvnv.com 800.288.2020
775.684.4368
Voter Registration
Electricity/Gas Washoe County Registrar of Voters
NV Energy 775.328.3670
775.834.4100
Pet Licensing
Garbage & Recycling Washoe County Animal Control
Waste Management 775.353.8900
775.329.8822
Library
Truckee Meadows Water Authority Washoe County Public Library
(Reno/Sparks) 775.327.8300
775.834.8080
Moving In
Washoe County Water Resources
Apartments for Rent
775.954.4601
775.829.7368
Sewer Service Apartment Guide
City of Reno - 775.334.2090 775.329.1442
City of Sparks - 775.353.2300 Reno-Sparks Association of Realtors
775.823.8800
Cable/Digital Television
Charter Communications United States Post Office
877.728.3814 Reno Main Office
2000 Vassar
Newspapers Sparks Main Office
Reno Gazette Journal 750 4th Street
www.RGJ.com 800.275.8777
775.788.6200
Sparks Tribune
775.359.3836
Ahora (Spanish/English) The facilities that appear in the “services” section of this package
775.323.6811 are only a sampling of local resources, not a comprehensive list.
It is not our intention to purposely omit certain businesses or
Reno News & Review locations.
775.324.4440
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Medical Facilities

Northern Nevada Medical Center Cancer Care, Inc.


2375 E. Prater Way, Sparks 800.813.4673
775.331.7000
www.nnmc.com CARE Chest of Sierra Nevada
775.829.2273
Rehabilitation Hospital
555 Gould, Reno Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
775.348.5500 800.232.2522—English
800.232.0233—Spanish
Saint Mary’s Health Network
235 W. 6th, Reno Health Access Washoe County Clinic
775.770.3000 775.329.6300
www.saintmarysreno.com
Medicaid Information
Renown Medical Center 775.448.5000
77 Pringle Way, Reno
775.982.4100 National Cancer Institute
www.washoehealth.com 800.422.6237

West Hills Hospital United Blood Services


1240 E. Ninth Street, Reno 800.324.6454
775.323.0478
www.bhcwesthills.com University of Nevada, Reno
Family Medicine Center
Willow Springs Center 775.784.1533
690 Edison Way, Reno
775.858.3303 US Department of Health and Human
Services
Washoe County District Health National Health Information
Department 800.336.4797
775.328.2400

VA Sierra Nevada
1000 Locust Street, Reno
775.786.7200

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Childcare &
Youth Services

Childcare Little People Development Center


775.747.7799
A Child’s World
775.322.4223 Montessori-Mountain View
775.852.6162
Brookfield School
775.825.3003 Nevada State Bureau of Child Care Services
775.684.4400
Children’s World
775.827.1744 Preschool Fundamentals Inc.
775.348.1455
A + Learning Center
775.825.2522 Sierra Vista Children’s Academy
775.826.7770
Child Garden—Preschool & Kindergarten
775.322.3471 Stepping Stones Children’s Center
775.856..8339
Creative Kids Childcare Center
775.358.0110 Up And Away Learning Center
775.359.9640
Discoveries Pre-School
775.425.2273
Youth Services
El Cord Foundation Child Care Center Washoe County Social Services
775.674.7515 Child Care (licensing entity)
775.337.4470
Hippity Hop Learning Center
775.828.2928 Children’s Cabinet
775.856.6200
Holy Child Day Home
775.329.2979 Community Outreach
775.359.0807
Just Kidding Learning Center
775.331.2200 Education Collaborative of Washoe County
775.353.5533
Kid R Kids Learning Center
775.853.5437 Family Counseling Services
775.329.0623
La Petite Academy
775.331.6622 State of Nevada Division of Child & Family services
Placement
Little Bear Preschool-Childcare 775.688.2700
775.322.5676
State of Nevada Welfare Division
775.684.7200
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Senior Sources

Adult Daycare Program Social Security and Medicare Eligibility


775.328.2591 Information
800.772.1213 or 784.5221
Alzheimer’s Association of Northern Nevada
775.786.8061 or 800.779.5711 Senior Companion Program
775.358.2322
American Association of Retired Persons
775.323.2243 Veterans Administration Benefits/Info
800.827.1000
Assisted Living
• Washoe Village at South Meadows VA Medical Center
• Classic Residence by Hyatt 775.786.7200
• The Woodmark at Summit Ridge
• Promenade on the River Senior Centers
• The Inn at Summit Ridge
Alf Sorensen Community Center
Citilift 1400 Baring Blvd, Sparks
775.348.5438 775.353.2385

Elder Care Locator City of Reno Leisure Services


800.677.1116 1301 Valley Rd, Reno
775.334.2262
Lend-a-Hand Senior Services
775.322.8414 Reno-Sparks Indian Colony Senior Center
34 Reservation Rd, Reno
Nevada State Division for Aging Services 775.329.9929
775.688.2964
Reno Senior Center
Northern Nevada Center for Independent 775.328.2575
Living
775.353.3599 Sparks Senior Center
97 Richards Way
Medicaid 775.353.3110
775.688.2811
Washoe County Senior Services
Meals on Wheels 1155 E. 9th Street
775.328.2590 775.328.2575

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Pet & Animal Services

Veterinarians Shelters

Animal Emergency Center Nevada Humane Society


775.851.3600 775.331.5770

Bond Lane Animal Hospital (equine) SPCA of Northern Nevada


775.851.3151 775.324.7773

High Sierra Equine Wildlife Rescue Foundation


775.720.1034 775.284.9453

A-Plus Animal Hospital Kennels & Boarding


775.852.4300
Honey Bears Country Kennels
Feline Medical Center 800.713.7177
775.829.0969
Canine Cottage
Pyramid Veterinary Hospital 775.356.9222
775.356.8323
Fantasia Pet Hotel
Lakeside Animal Hospital 775.322.1199
775.827.8866
Doggy Day Care and Paw Spa
Klaich Animal Hospital 775.825.3647
775.826.1212

Desert Hills Animal Hospital


775.331.4700

Reno Animal Hospital


775/3230100

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Places Of Worship

Reno Baptist Temple Trinity Episcopal Church


3940 Spring Drive - Reno - 775.823.9002 200 Island Ave - Reno - 775.329.4279

Reno Assembly of God Summit Christian Church


524 Bell Street - Reno - 775.323.7827 7075 Pyramid Highway - Sparks - 775.424.5683

First Baptist Church of Reno Lord of Mercy Lutheran Church of Sparks


1330 Foster Drive - Reno - 775.323.7141 3400 Pyramid Way - Sparks - 775.358.7863

Community Bible Church Sparks Nazarene Church


333 W. Moana Lane - Reno - 775.358.8954 2200 El Rancho Blvd - Sparks - 775.358.4066

St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church The Rock


100 Bishop Manogue - Reno - 775.851.1874 2351 Pyramid Way #19 - Sparks - 775.355.7888

The Little Flower Church Lakeside Community Church


875 E. Plumb Lane - Reno - 775.322.2255 4685 Lakeside Drive - Reno - 775.826.0566

St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral The Church of Jesus-Christ Latter Day Saints
310 W. Second Street - Reno - 775.329.2571 2000 Beaumont Parkway - Reno - 775747.6688

Temple Sinai - Reform


3405 Gulling Road - Reno - 775.47.5508

Congregation Temple Emanuel


1031 Manzanita Lane - Reno - 775.825.5600

Grace Community Church


1220 Robb Drive - Reno - 775.747.9000

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Transportation

Reno Tahoe International is the only major Citifare Public Bus Line provides local
airport in Reno/Sparks which has many transportation throughout Reno year
destination points around the world. round.
• 9 passenger carriers 775.348.7433
• 22 non-stop destinations
• 26 one-stop destinations Taxi Service
• 160 daily flights Reno Sparks Cab Co.
• 3 cargo carriers 775.333.3333
www.renoairport.com - 775.328.6400
Whittlesea Taxi
775.322.2222
Reno offers railroad service for passengers
and freight. These services are provided Yellow Cab Company
by Amtrak, Union Pacific and Southern 775.355.5555
Pacific.
Amtrak - 775.329.8638

Greyhound Bus Lines operate throughout


the country and have many services in
and out of Reno.
Greyhound Bus Line - 800.231.2222

Distances to other Western Cities


City Miles Airtime
Las Vegas 441 1:00
Los Angeles 475 1:06
Phoenix 753 2:00
Portland 586 1:30
Sacramento 135 :25
Salt Lake City 526 1:00
San Francisco 231 :50

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Things To Do

Reno/Sparks is home to the Reno/Tahoe Open, Hot August Nights, Reno Rodeo, Reno
Championship Air Races, Great Reno Balloon Races, The National Bowling Stadium, and
Shakespeare at Lake Tahoe. Other events include Cinco de Mayo, The Italian Festival and
Street Vibrations.

One of the area’s most successful events is Artown, which has grown in to one of the larg-
est visual and performing festivals in the country because of the events that take place
during the entire month of July.

Reno/Sparks Tahoe is the Cultural center of the Sierra’s. The arts are alive with the area’s
own Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and the annual UNR Jazz Festival.

Reno/Sparks Tahoe’s natural beauty and its distinctive four season climate combine to
offer almost every type of recreational activity. The majestic Sierra Nevada mountains form
the western boundary of the Truckee Meadows featuring alpine and Nordic skiing at 18
major resorts. Fishing, sailing, swimming, hiking, biking, camping and horseback riding are
all exceptional and less than half an hour away in the numerous mountains or desert lakes
surrounding the Reno/Sparks/Tahoe area.

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Special Events

For event location and details, visit Feb 24


www.visitrenotahoe.com University Band presents
Feb 28-Mar 8
January North Lake Tahoe Snowfest

Jan 3 March
George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic
Jan 4 March 2
Reno Bighorns vs. Tulsa 66ers University Jazz Band
Jan 9 March 13th
Aaron Lewis of Staind The Pretenders
Jan 10 March13-14
Willie Nelson Reno Film Festival
Jan 16 March 15
George Jones Chelsea Handler
Jan 17 March 15
Kevin Costner and Modern West Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Jan 21-24 March 28
SCI’s Annual Hunter’s Convention Wanda Sykes
Jan 24 March 29
Brew Ha Ha Banff Mountain Film Festival
Jan 24
Winter, Wine and All That Jazz April
Jan 31 April 17
Martin Short Kenny Rogers
Jan 31 Apr 23-25
Tesla The Reno Jazz Festival

February May
Feb 4 May 1-3
Motley Crue with Hinder, Theory of a Deadman and Cinco de Mayo Festival
the Last Vegas May 6-8
Feb 7 Reno Film Festival
John Oates May 8
Feb 14 Reno River Festival
Civil War Brinkley vs Gilbert May 10
Feb 15 Arts in Bloom
Wayne Newton May 16
Feb 19-22 Cedric The Entertainer
AST Winter Dew Tour Northstar May 29-30
Feb 20 Reno-Tahoe Odyssey Relay Run
Frank Caliendo
Feb 21
Wynonna
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Special Events

June September
Jun 5-7 Sept 2-7
Street Vibrations Spring Rally Best in the West Nugget Rib Cookoff
Jun 11-Aug 20 Sep 11
Sparks Hometown Farmers Market 50th Annual Virginia City International Camel Races
Jun 12 Sep 11-Sep 13
Julio Iglesias Great Reno Balloon Race
Jun 17-21 Sep 16-20
Northstar at Tahoe Tour de Nez National Chamionship Air Races
Jun 18 Sep 23-27
ESPN Xtreme Bulls Tour Lake Tahoe Marathon
June 21-25 Sept 23-27
Nevada Humanities Chautauqua Festival Street Vibrations
Jun 27 Sept 26-27
Great Eldorado BBQ, Brew & Blues Festival Genoa Candy Dance

July October
Jul 1-31 Oct 3
Artown International Outhouse Races
Jul 4 Oct 10-11
Star Spangled Sparks Great Italian festival
Jul 7 Oct 20-25
Lake Tahoe food & Wine Festival ACTRA National Finals
Jul 9 - Aug 16 Oct 30-Nov 1
Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival Nevada Day Celebration
Jul 14-19
American Century celebrity Golf Championship November

August December
Aug 1 - 9 Dec 1-31
Hot August Nights Christmas on the Comstock
Aug 3-9 Dec 5
Legends Reno Tahoe Open Sparks Hometown Christmas
Aug 15-16 Dec 27 - 30
Reno-Tahoe Blues Fest Nevada Chamber Music Festival
Aug 21-22
Reno Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering
Aug 26-30
Nevada State Fair
Aug 29-30
Mastercraft Pro Wakeboard Tour

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Golf Courses
Private Northgate Golf Club
1111 Clubhouse Drive, Reno
Arrowcreek Country Club 775.747.7577
2905 Arrowcreek Pkwy, Reno Resort course, 18 holes, estab 1988. Owned by RSCVA. Director of Gold,
Ron Wrest, Head Pro, Don Boyle.
775.850.4471 Desert links layout. 6,966 yards, par 72, USGA 72.3, slope 131.
Arrowcreek offers an exceptional golf club experience. Two superlative
18 hole championship golf courses, “The Legend”, designed by Arnold
Palmer and “the Challenge”, by Fuzzy Zoeller and John Harbottle III, The Resort at Redhawk
provide enjoyable golf for players of all levels. 775.626.6000

Hidden Valley Country Club Sierra Sage Golf Course


3575 E. Hidden Valley, Drive 6355 Silver Lake Rd, Reno
775.857.4735 775.972.1564
Private, 18 holes, est. 1958. head Pro, Tom Dawson. Long, open layout, County course, 18 holes, est. 1958. Director of Golf, Mike Mitchell, Head
well bunkered, fast sloping greens. Home course of LPGA star, Patty Pro Dennis Oliver. Front 9 built by US Air Force. Links style with sagebrush
Sheehan. Architect: Billy Bell Jr. 7,061 yards, par 72, USGA 71.3, slope 129. lining generous rolling fairways. 6,623 yards, par 71, USGA 69.3, slope 120.

Montreux Golf & Country Club The Resort at Redhawk


18000 Bordeaux Dr. Reno 6600 N Wingfield Pkwy, Sparks
775.849.1090 775.626.6000
Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountain between Reno and Lake Tahoe, Daily fee, 18 holes, open June 1997. Head Pro, Charlie Ortega. New
this private gated community surrounds the unparalleled Jack Nicklaus course is part of Wingfield Springs development. The course meanders
Signature Golf Course. Just one look at the towering pines, the pictur- through lakes, natural springs and marshlands. Architect: Robert Trent
esque mountains and the stunning architecture, and you will quickly Jones Jr. 7,070 yards, par 72.
appreciate the rarity and splendor if it all.
Rosewood Lakes
The Private Club at Redhawk 6800 Pembroke Drive.
www.theresortatredhawk.com 775.857.2892
City course, 18 holes, est. 1991. Head Pro, Mike Mazzaferri. Scenic course
cut through wetlands, a peaceful setting with many birds. Architect:
Thunder Canyon Brad Benz. 6,693 yards, par 72, USGA 71.1, slope 127.
775.882.0882
Wolf Run Golf Club at Fieldcreek
Somersett Country Club 1400 Wolf Run Rd, Reno
775.787.1800 775.851.3301
Whether a seasoned competitor or weekend warrior, every golfer will
find an enjoyable challenge on the championship layout at Wolf Run.
Public Designed to exist with the surrounding landscape, the course exhibits an
imaginative use of terrain and native flora.
D’Andrea Golf Club
2351 N. D’Andrea Pkwy, Sparks Washoe County Golf Course
775.331.6363 2601 S. Arlington Ave., Reno
775.828.6640
Lakeridge Golf Course County course, 18 holes, est. 1934. Head pro, Barney Bell. Front 9 is flat,
back 9 is hilly. Tall trees line the fairways, sand bunkers crowd small
1200 Razorback Rd, Reno greens, the oldest course in Reno; built by W.P.A 6,695 yards, par 72,
775.825.2200 USGA 70, slope 119.
www.lakeridgegolf.com
18 holes, open March through Dec, estab 1969. Head Pro, Paul Lane; Wildcreek Golf Course
Water comes into play on many holes, including famous 15th hole with 3500 Sullivan Lane, Sparks
an island green. Architects: Robert Trent Jones and Robert Trent Jones Jr.
6,703 yards, par 71, USGA 10.8, slope 127. Green fees include cart.
775.673.3100
Resort course, est. 1979. Owned by RSCVA. Director of Golf, Ron Wrest,
Head Pro, Fred Elliott. Championship course: Very hilly, lots of water,
bunkers and sagebrush. 6,932 yards, par 72, USGA 72.1, slope 132.

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Winter Recreation

The Reno / Lake Tahoe region has a wide variety of top cross-country skiing areas, downhill ski resorts, and
snow play areas. Sprinkled around the Lake Tahoe area, these winter sports areas are blessed with abundant
snow, excellent accommodations, and easy access from Reno, Sacramento, and the Bay Area. In addition to
downhill and cross-country skiing, winter sports opportunities include snowshoeing, sledding, snow tubing, and
snowmobiling.

Top Elevation Base Elevation Vertical Drop Chairlifts Novice Runs Intermed Advanced

Alpine Meadows 8637’ 6835’ 1802’ 11 24 40 35


(530) 581-8374

Boreal 7700’ 7200’ 500’ 9 30 55 15


(530) 426-3666

Diamond Peak 8540’ 6700’ 1840’ 6 18 46 36


(775) 832-1177

Donner Ski Ranch 7781’ 7031’ 750’ 25 50 25


(530) 426-3635

Homewood 7880’ 6250’ 1650’ 4 15 50 35


(530) 525-2992

Mt. Rose 9700’ 7900’ 1800’ 6 20 30 50


(775) 849-0704

Northstar-at-Tahoe 8610’ 6330’ 2280’ 10 25 50 25


1800-go-north

Soda Springs 7352’ 6700’ 652’ 2 30 50 20


(530) 426-3901

Squaw Valley USA 9050’ 6200’ 2850’ 26 25 45 30


(530) 583-6955

Sugar Bowl 8383’ 6883’ 1500’ 12 17 45 38


(530) 426-1111

Tahoe Donner 7350’ 6750’ 600’ 2 40 60


(530) 587-9444

• Tahoe Donner Snow Play Area- (530) 587-9437 - Alder Creek Road in Truckee
• Squaw Valley USA- (530) 583-6985 - south of Truckee on Highway 89
• Soda Springs Snow Park- (530) 426-3901 - I80 at Soda Springs exit
• Sugar Bowl Sledding & Snow Play - (530) 426-7692 - I80 at Soda Springs exit
• Northstar at Tahoe - (530) 562-2013 - south of Truckee on Highway 267
• Adventure Peak and Heavenly Lake Tahoe- (775) 586-7000 - South Lake Tahoe
• Boreal’s Tubing Park - (530) 426–3666 - I80 at Donner Summit
• Hansen’s Resort- (530) 544-3361 - South Lake Tahoe
• Granlibakken’s Sledhill- (800) 543-3221 - Tahoe City, west shore Lake Tahoe
• Kingvale Sledding and Tubing Park - (530) 426-1941 - I80 at Kingvale exit

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Parks & Recreation
• City of Reno Parks & Recreation
www.cityofreno.com

• Sparks Parks & Recreation Department


www.sparksrec.com

• Washoe County
www.washoecountyparks.com

Truckee River Walk ~ features native Nevada wildlife relief’s and unique fountains year-round. The
River walk is a perfect place to take a leisurely stroll and take in the beauty that surrounds down-
town Reno.

The Wilbur D. May Arboretum and Botanical Garden ~ one of the most beautiful and diverse gar-
dens in Nevada. Twelve acres covered with groves of trees, wetland habitats, outdoor courtyards
and secluded gardens.

Sand Mountain ~ Sand Mountain is a dune over 100 meters high located about 2 hours from Reno.
It is popular with camping and off- road vehicle enthusiasts.

Pyramid Lake ~ Home to a world-famous fishery and a jewel in the stark desert setting.

Lake Tahoe ~ Just 35 minutes from the Reno/Tahoe International Airport, Lake Tahoe has it all, for
any season. Skiing and boarding, golfing, mountain biking, beautiful beaches, casino fun and fine
dining.

Sparks Marina ~ A year round picnicking, fishing, jogging trails and children’s playground. A family
beach and a place to dive,
or boat (no motors) and a dog park.

Virginia City ~ This town lies untouched by time. Experience plank sidewalks, old fashioned saloons,
shops and a historical graveyard.

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Places To Eat

Fine Dining Casual Dining

Harrah’s Steakhouse Chili’s Grill & Bar


219 North Center Street, Reno 5090 Smithridge Drive
775.786.3232 775.829.7775

LuLou’s Restaurant Silver Peak on the River


1470 South Virginia, Reno 135 N. Sierra
775.329.9979 775.284.3300

Café Bella Sera Palais De Jade


121 Vesta Street, Reno 960 West Moana Lane
775.322.2300 775.827.5233

Rapscallion Seafood House Sushi Club


1555 South Wells, Reno 294 East Moana Lane
775.323.1211 775.828.7311

Bricks Skyline Café


1695 S. Virginia 3005 Skyline Blvd
775.786.2277 775.825.5707

John Ascuaga’s Nugget Buenos Grill


1110 Nugget Avenue 3892 Mayberry Drive
775.356-3300 775.787.8226
The Steakhouse Grill
Restaurant Orozko Red Robin Gourmet Burgers
Trader Dick’s 4999 Kietzke Lane
775.825.7246
Ichiban’s Japanese Steakhouse
206 N. Virginia Moxie’s Spirits & Dining
6275 Sharlands Avenue
Café Soleil 775.747.2665
4796 Caughlin Parkway
775.828.6444 Claim Jumper
4905 South Virginia Street
775.829.0200

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Places To Eat

Café De Thai Fortune Palace


7499 Longley Lane 1282 Disc Drive
775.829.8424 775.626.9888

Cheese Board & Wine Cellar Austin’s Restaurant


247 California Avenue 7671 South Virginia Street
775.322.1525 775.852.1600

Olive Garden Italian Restaurant BJ’s Barbecue


4900 South Virginia Street Summit Sierra Mall
775.829.1500
Outback Steakhouse
ZoZo’s (Pan Vino) 1805 E. Lincoln Way
3446 Lakeside Drive 775.358.2700
775.829.9449
Cantina Los Tres Hombres
Pinocchio’s 926 Victorian Ave
4820 Vista Boulevard 775.356.6262
775.626.0101
Ricardo’s Mexican Food
Vista Grille 2144 Greenbrae
1250 Disc Drive 775.356.1310
775.626.9922
Luciano’s Italian Cuisine
Great Basin Brewery 719 S. Virginia
846 Victorian Ave 6135 Lakeside Drive, Suite 145
775.355.7711 775.828.0400

PF Chang’s China Bistro Louis’ Basque Corner


5180 S. Kietzke Lane, Reno 301 E. 4th Street
775.825.9800 775.323.7203

Timberline Lounge
2828 Vista Boulevard
352.8422

Murrieta's
3060 Vista Blvd
775.356.1144

The Lake Bar & Grill


9716 Pyramid Way
775.424.5253
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Shopping

Arlington Gardens Mall The Commons


775.828.1911 David’s Bridal
DSW Shoes
Franktown Corners
775.828.1117 Sierra Towne Center
Target
Meadowood Mall Famous Footwear
775.827.8450
Macy’s The Summit Sierra Shopping Mall
JC Penney Mt Rose Hwy & 395 South
Sears Dillard’s
The Sports Authority Pottery Barn
Victoria’s Secret Cache
Pac Sun
Longley West Plaza American Eagle
775.829.8330 Orvis
Scraps Patrick James
His Word Book Store Old Navy
Bebe
Shopper’s Square Levi’s
775.323.0430 Sephora
Marshall’s
Ben Franklin Mayberry Landing
Sheppler’s Western Wear Athena’s
Boutique Casablanca
Southtowne Shopping Center Devonwoods
775.853.3073 Walden’s Coffeehouse

Sasha’s Boutique Reno Town Mall


775.323.4555 Birkenstocks
Burlington Coat Factory
Chez Vous
Olive & Lolo’s The Sparks Galleria
484o Vista Blvd Los Altos Pkwy & Pyramid
775.354.0550 Home Depot
Ross
Legends @ Sparks Marina Shoe Pavilion
Scheels Pet’s Mart
Target Verizon
Old Navy

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Fun Stuff For
Kids

Animal Ark Zoo Junior Achievement of Northern Nevada


775.970.3111 775.323.8084

Atlantis Family Fun Center Roller Kingdom


775.825.4700 775.329.3472

Boomtown Family Fun Center Sierra Ice & Sportsplex


775.345.8668 775.356.6644

Grand Sierra Fun Quest Center Rattlesnake Mountain Skate Park


775.789.2386 @ Mira Loma Park

Magic Carpet Golf Truckee Meadows Boys & Girls Club


775.853.8837 775.331.3605

Sierra Safari Zoo Girl Scouts of Nevada


775.677.1101 775.322.0642

Ultimate Rush Speed & Thrill Park Boy Scouts - Nevada Area Council
775.786.5278 775.787.1111

Wild Island Family Adventure Park YMCA


775.359.2927 775.323.9622 - Reno
775.355.9622-Sparks
Wilbur D. May Center
775.785.5961 Young Life of Northern Nevada
775.356.2999
Jump Man Jump
Indoor Inflatable Parties & Play Nevada Performing Arts
775.856.3226 775.284.5000
www.jumpmanjump.com
Idlewild Pool, 1805 Idlewild Drive
Rocksport Indoor Climbing Center Northwest Pool, 2925 Apollo Way
775.352.7673

HPA Sports Indoor Paintball


775.324.7486

Sparks Teen Challenge


775.424.6777
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INTRODUCTION TO FIRST CENTENNIAL TITLE COMPANY

On February 15, 1978, First Centennial Title Company opened its doors with a manager,
one escrow officer, a title searcher, a bookkeeper, and a receptionist. First Centennial Title
was affiliated with Centennial Title Resource out of San Diego, California. At the time of
opening we were told by our competitors that we would never survive the Nevada business
climate, as the industry was at its lowest point in years and we were competing with nine
other title companies in the area. First Centennial has enjoyed many years of success since
then.

In 1983, First Centennial Title of Nevada separated from the San Diego office and took over
the building and business of Valley Title along with keeping their own name, clients and
employees.

On March 1, 2001, First Centennial joined the Orange Coast Title Family of Businesses.
Orange Coast Title brought its corporate support including technology and E-commerce
initiatives to First Centennial. Orange Coast is one of the most successful privately held
companies serving the Commercial and Residential real estate markets.

First Centennial Title, a full service title and escrow company, has grown from a one-office
operation to a multi-office operation, with Branches in Reno, Sparks, Carson City, and In-
cline Village. Through the dedication of employees and direction of management, First
Centennial Title has not only survived but has also flourished.

Mission Statement
Quality * Service * Excellence * Integrity
—————————————————

All easy words to say, but at First Centennial Title it's our people who
strive to make the difference in providing the best service in the industry.

RENO MAIN OFFICE SPARKS CARSON CITY


1450 Ridgeview Dr., Ste. #100 1025 Roberta Lane 716 N. Carson St., Suite 100
Reno, NV 89509 Sparks, NV 89434 Carson City, NV 89701
Telephone: 775.689.8510 Telephone: 775.685.2121 Telephone: 775.687.8560

LAKESIDE PLAZA INCLINE VILLAGE www.firstcentennial.com


3700 Lakeside Dr., Suite 110 893 Tahoe Blvd, Suite 1400
Reno, NV 89509 Incline Village, NV 89451
Telephone: 775.689.8235 Telephone: 775.831.8200
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Greater Reno-Sparks, Washoe County, Nevada

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89431 D'Andrea
89434
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Prater Way

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Miles
2007 Median Household Income
(Sources: 2000 Census Block Group - Level Data & Bureau of Economic Analyses, U.S. Department of Commerce)

RD
Greater Reno-Sparks, Washoe County, Nevada

CK
RO
D
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55,990 74,052 76,726 64,561 65,514 77,999 77,999
64,193 74,282 80,291
COLD SP RINGS
64,561 80,244
DR 77,999
LEM
56,077 74,052 MO
77,507 ND 80,291
72,067 75,759 64,114
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69,217 80,838
80,291 82,626 77,999

A
80,291

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64,940 A
PL
CALLE DE L 87,350

77,448 77,495 80,299


39,523 48,376 80,291 103,021
77,507 69,344 99,847
86,382

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47,813

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69,344

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77,448 94,304 77,999

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54,834

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56,516 80,417 D
103,001 87,764

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80,600 80,410

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77,984 55,582 67,366
62,731 89,616 78,932
50,908 68,725 58,513 79,936 82,029 91,922
2007 Median 77,999
445
Household Income 77,448
N
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43,420 58,264 76,883 91,802 78,803
68,118
69,005 59,560
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IN 58,956 91,906
$24,764 - $40,000 39,780 IA
ST 73,920 77,999
VISTA BLVD

$40,001 - $60,000 69,063 46,061


49,049 68,688 78,020
54,926 58,306 57,715 79,158

SUN VALLEY BLVD


$60,001 - $80,000 38,900 69,500 100,395
77,999
395
$80,001 - $100,000
56,801 60,142 85,445 93,727 77,999
57,049 59,461 51,022 68,877 100,672
Nevada

$100,001 - $125,000 61,283


43,614 78,582
$125,001 - $149,408
73,265 62,262 98,086 91,912
45,278 41,769 74,254
69,451 62,262 59,508 42,530 54,860 88,673 101,666 78,527

79,175 82,288 70,465 59,735 41,361 46,392 75,002


79,175 62,651 101,703
81,509 67,413 49,845 BARING BLVD
57,398

VISTA BLV D
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72,375 90,778 95,113
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79,175 79,175 B R I SA
66,216 39,936

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81,631 S B LV
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79,175 82,427 31,959 WAY 46,885
S OM 82,030 68,552 34,019 TER
69,412
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87,670 76,767 56,602 42,566 32,824 GLENDAL E AVE


79,175 82,543 92,725 47,518 D ST 35,275 39,152
75,903 W 2N
24,764 30,854 80
79,175 92,803 40,070
74,956 60,970 33,726
79,175 VASSAR ST TER WAY
80,403 80 78,551 W 4TH
ST
72,109 54,990 CL EAN WA
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Employment & Wages by Industry
2nd Quarter 2007 Averages
Greater Reno-Sparks, Washoe County, Nevada
Greater Reno-
Summary Sparks Area
Total Firms 12,561
Total Employment 209,500
Average Wage* $19.72
Total Annual Payroll** $8,376,122,865

Firms by Industry
Agriculture & Forestry 16 0.1%
Construction 1,397 11.1%
Educational, Health, & Social Services 1,353 10.8%
Entertainment, Accommodation, & Food Services 1,093 8.7%
Finance, Insur., & Real Estate 1,632 13.0%
Government 125 1.0%
Information 179 1.4%
Management & Admin. Services 1,029 8.2%
Manufacturing 506 4.0%
Mining 42 0.3%
Other Services 869 6.9%
Professional Services 1,637 13.0%
Retail Trade 1,434 11.4%
Transportation & Utilities 476 3.8%
Wholesale Trade 773 6.2%

Employment by Industry
Agriculture & Forestry 123 0.1%
Construction 19,887 9.5%
Educational, Health, & Social Services 35,671 17.0%
Entertainment, Accommodation, & Food Services 38,104 18.2%
Finance, Insur., & Real Estate 9,717 4.6%
Government 9,483 4.5%
Information 2,725 1.3%
Management & Admin. Services 17,367 8.3%
Manufacturing 14,210 6.8%
Mining 279 0.1%
Other Services 5,007 2.4%
Professional Services 9,966 4.8%
Retail Trade 23,944 11.4%
Transportation & Utilities 13,006 6.2%
Wholesale Trade 10,011 4.8%

Average Wage by Industry*


Agriculture & Forestry $17.81
Construction $22.58
Educational, Health, & Social Services $22.53
Entertainment, Accommodation, & Food Services $10.95
Finance, Insur., & Real Estate $23.99
Government $27.56
Information $24.38
Management & Admin. Services $17.93
Manufacturing $23.29
Mining $56.25
Other Services $15.73
Professional Services $29.42
Retail Trade $14.14
Transportation & Utilities $19.76
Wholesale Trade $23.50

d - Disclosure limitations. The values are not reported in order to protect the information of individual
businesses.

*The above wage estimates are calculated by dividing the 2nd Quarter 2007 payroll by the number of
employees and 520 hours (13 weeks by 40 hours). The resulting estimates do not account for employees
that work less than or more than 40 hours per week.

**The Total Annual Payroll is calculated by multiplying the 2nd Quarter 2007 payroll by four (the number of
quarters in a year).

***Wages for service workers may include tips.

Source: Department of Employment, Training, & Rehabilitation (DETR) for specific use by Center for
Regional Studies

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2007 Reno-Sparks Business Activity Report University of Nevada, Reno (775) 784-1771
Center for Regional Studies,
2007 Reno-Sparks Business Activity Report University of Nevada, Reno (775) 784-1771
Geodemographic Analysis - Greater Reno-Sparks
RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA

DECEMBER 2007 ESTIMATES

Greater Reno-Sparks
POPULATION & HOUSEHOLDS
2007 POPULATION 403,140
2000 CENSUS POPULATION 325,719
1990 CENSUS POPULATION 243,625

2000-2007 PERCENT INCREASE 23.77%


2000-2007 AVERAGE ANNUAL GROWTH RATE 2.79%

AREA OF ANALYSIS (SQUARE MILES) 777.2


PERSONS PER SQUARE MILE 518.7

2007 HOUSEHOLDS 160,411


AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE 2.51

2007 FAMILIES 103,815


AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE 2.99

NUMBER OF HOUSING UNITS BY TENURE


OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS 162,972 95.3%
OWNER-OCCUPIED UNITS 100,601 58.8%
RENTER-OCCUPIED UNITS 62,372 36.5%
VACANT HOUSING UNITS 8,104 4.7%
TOTAL HOUSING UNITS 171,076 100.0%

NUMBER OF PERSONS BY RACE


SINGLE-RACE NON-HISPANIC:
WHITE 300,538 74.5%
BLACK 8,208 2.0%
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKAN NATIVE 4,608 1.1%
ASIAN, HAWAIIAN, OR PACIFIC ISLANDER 18,346 4.6%
HISPANIC 71,436 17.7%

NUMBER OF PERSONS BY SEX


FEMALE 199,383 49.5%
MALE 203,756 50.5%

NUMBER OF PERSONS BY AGE


0 TO 4 YEARS 26,728 6.6%
5 TO 9 YEARS 27,377 6.8%
10 TO 14 YEARS 25,602 6.4%
15 TO 17 YEARS 15,017 3.7%
18 TO 20 YEARS 15,551 3.9%
21 TO 24 YEARS 20,196 5.0%
25 TO 29 YEARS 27,230 6.8%
30 TO 34 YEARS 28,330 7.0%
35 TO 39 YEARS 31,979 7.9%
40 TO 44 YEARS 31,789 7.9%
45 TO 49 YEARS 30,403 7.5%
50 TO 54 YEARS 25,946 6.4%
55 TO 59 YEARS 19,093 4.7%
60 TO 64 YEARS 14,445 3.6%
65 TO 69 YEARS 12,156 3.0%
70 TO 74 YEARS 10,188 2.5%
75 TO 79 YEARS 8,089 2.0%
80 TO 84 YEARS 5,017 1.2%
85 YEARS & OVER 3,941 1.0%
MEDIAN AGE 36.2

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS BY SIZE, TYPE, & PRESENCE OF CHILDREN


1-PERSON HOUSEHOLD: 41,330 25.8%
MALE HOUSEHOLDER 21,034 13.1%
FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER 20,296 12.7%
2 OR MORE PERSON HOUSEHOLD: 119,080 74.2%
FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS: 103,815 64.7%
MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY: 80,153 50.0%

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Geodemographic Analysis - Greater Reno-Sparks
RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA

DECEMBER 2007 ESTIMATES

Greater Reno-Sparks
WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS 37,922 23.6%
NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS 42,232 26.3%
OTHER FAMILY: 23,662 14.8%
MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT: 8,178 5.1%
WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS 4,530 2.8%
NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS 3,648 2.3%
FEMALE HHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT: 15,485 9.7%
WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS 9,662 6.0%
NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS 5,823 3.6%
NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS: 15,265 9.5%
MALE HOUSEHOLDER 9,470 5.9%
FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER 5,795 3.6%
TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS 160,411 100.0%

NUMBER OF PERSONS 25 YEARS & OVER BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT


12 GRADE OR LESS, NO DIPLOMA 37,848 15.2%
HIGH SCHOOL OR EQUIVALENT 62,138 25.0%
SOME COLLEGE, NO DEGREE 70,359 28.3%
ASSOCIATE DEGREE 17,760 7.1%
BACHELOR'S DEGREE 40,278 16.2%
MASTER'S DEGREE 12,849 5.2%
PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL DEGREE 4,997 2.0%
DOCTORATE DEGREE 2,375 1.0%
TOTAL PERSONS 25 YEARS & OVER 248,605 100.0%

NUMBER OF PERSONS 16 YEARS & OVER BY CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT OCCUPATION


WHITE COLLAR1 97,985 47.6%
BLUE COLLAR2 51,483 25.0%
SERVICES3 30,767 14.9%
SALES 25,608 12.4%
TOTAL EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS & OVER 205,845 100.0%

NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME


LESS THAN $14,999 14,267 8.9%
$15,000 TO $24,999 12,854 8.0%
$25,000 TO $34,999 14,998 9.3%
$35,000 TO $49,999 22,671 14.1%
$50,000 TO $74,999 32,998 20.6%
$75,000 TO $99,999 25,648 16.0%
$100,000 TO $149,999 21,200 13.2%
$150,000 OR MORE 15,775 9.8%
TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS 160,411 100.0%

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME $63,368


MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME $73,716
PER CAPITA INCOME $30,112

NUMBER OF HOUSING UNITS BY TOTAL UNITS IN STRUCTURE


SINGLE FAMILY, DETACHED UNIT 98,900 57.8%
CONDOMINIUM/TOWNHOME 9,981 5.8%
MULTI-FAMILY UNITS 49,212 28.8%
MOBILE HOME 12,544 7.3%
TOTAL HOUSING UNITS 171,076 100.0%

NUMBER OF HOUSING UNITS BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT


BUILT APRIL 2000 TO OCTOBER 2007 36,479 21.3%
BUILT 1995 TO MARCH 2000 23,401 13.7%
BUILT 1990 TO 1994 14,105 8.2%
BUILT 1980 TO 1989 26,808 15.7%
BUILT 1970 TO 1979 32,821 19.2%
BUILT 1960 TO 1969 17,661 10.3%
BUILT 1950 TO 1959 10,201 6.0%
BUILT 1940 TO 1949 4,984 2.9%
BUILT 1939 OR EARLIER 4,616 2.7%

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01/15/2009 P. 2 of 3 University of Nevada, Reno (775) 784-1771
Geodemographic Analysis - Greater Reno-Sparks
RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA

DECEMBER 2007 ESTIMATES

Greater Reno-Sparks
TOTAL HOUSING UNITS 171,076 100.0%
AVERAGE YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 1984

NUMBER OF SINGLE FAMILY HOMES BY REPORTED SALES PRICE4


$100,000 TO $149,999 29 0.6%
$150,000 TO $199,999 117 2.3%
$200,000 TO $249,999 667 13.2%
$250,000 TO $299,999 1,152 22.8%
$300,000 TO $399,999 1,692 33.4%
$400,000 TO $499,999 599 11.8%
$500,000 TO $749,999 472 9.3%
$750,000 TO $999,999 186 3.7%
$1,000,000 OR MORE 149 2.9%
TOTAL SINGLE FAMILY HOMES WITH REPORTED SALES 5,063 100.0%

MEDIAN VALUE FOR SINGLE FAMILY HOMES (2007) $364,390


AVERAGE VALUE FOR SINGLE FAMILY HOMES (2007) $392,657

MEDIAN VALUE PER SQUARE FOOT (2007) $188.87


AVERAGE VALUE PER SQUARE FOOT (2007) $190.52

MEDIAN RENT FOR MULTIFAMILY UNITS (2007)


STUDIO UNIT $435
1-BEDROOM UNIT $576
2-BEDROOM UNIT $746
3-BEDROOM UNIT $1,005
4-BEDROOM UNIT $1,378

FOOTNOTES:
1
White Collar occupations include management occupations; business and financial operations; computer and
mathematical occupations; architecture, engineering, drafting, and mapping occupations; life, physical, and social science
occupations; legal occupations; education, training, and library occupations; arts, design, media, entertainment, and sports
occupations; healthcare practitioners, technical staff, and healthcare support occupations; and office and administrative
support occupations.

2
Blue Collar occupations include farmers and farm managers; building and grounds cleaning and maintenance; farming,
fishing, and forestry occupations; construction, extractions, and maintenance occupations; production occupations; and
transportation and material moving occupations.

3
Service occupations include community and social service occupations, protective service occupations, food preparers
and servers, and personal care and personal service occupations.

4
Includes all single family homes within the Washoe County Assessor's & MLS databases with reported sales between
January & December 2007. Values do not include mobile homes or condominiums.

Sources:
2007 Washoe County Assessor's data
2000 Census Summary File 1 block level data & Summary File 3 block-group level data
Nevada State Demographer
Bureau of Economic Analyses, U.S. Department of Commerce
Multiple Listing Service (MLS) provided by the Northern Nevada Regional MLS

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A Administration Building .......................................................348-0200\ 61. Warner 746-5830 3075 Heights Drive • Reno 89503
425 East Ninth Street • P.O. Box 30425 • Reno 89520-3425 62. Westergard 746-5800 1785 Ambassador Drive • Reno 89523
B The Brown Center ...............................................................850-8000 63. Whitehead 626-5200 3570 Waterfall Drive • Sparks 89434
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585 Spice Islands Court • Sparks 89431 Middle Schools
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7495 South Virginia Street • Reno 89511 1. Billinghurst 746-5870 6685 Chesterfield Lane • Reno 89523
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380 Edison Way • Reno 89502 3. Cold Springs 677-5433 18235 Cody Court • Reno 89506
4. Dilworth 353-5740 255 Prater Way • Sparks 89431
Elementary Schools 5. Incline Middle 832-4220 931 Southwood • Incline Village 89450
1. Allen 674-4430 5155 McGuffy Rd. • Sun Valley 89433 6. Mendive 353-5990 1900 Whitewood Drive • Sparks 89434
2. Anderson 689-2500 1055 Berrum Lane • Reno 89509 7. O’Brien 677-5420 10500 Stead Boulevard • Reno 89506
3. Beasley 626-5250 2100 Canyon Parkway • Sparks 89436 8. Pine 689-2550 4800 Neil Road • Reno 89502
4. Beck 689-2520 1900 Sharon Way • Reno 89509 9. Shaw 425-7777 600 Eagle Canyon Dr. • Sparks 89436
5. Bennett 674-4444 5900 Sidehill Drive • Sun Valley 89433 10. Sparks Middle 353-5770 2275 18th Street • Sparks 89431
6. Booth 333-5140 1450 Stewart Street • Reno 89502 11. Swope 333-5330 901 Keele Drive • Reno 89509
7. Brown 851-5600 13815 Spelling Court • Reno 89511 12. Traner 333-5130 1700 Carville Drive • Reno 89512
8. Cannan 353-5750 2450 Cannan Street • Reno 89512 13. Vaughn 333-5160 1200 Bresson Avenue • Reno 89502
9. Caughlin Ranch 689-2600 4885 Village Green Prkwy. • Reno 89509
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10. Corbett 333-5180 1901 Villanova Drive • Reno 89502
11. Desert Heights 677-5444 13948 Mt. Bismark St. • Reno 89506 1. Damonte Ranch 851-5656 10500 Rio Wrangler Pkwy. • Reno 89511
12. Diedrichsen 353-5730 1735 Del Rosa Way • Sparks 89434 2. Galena 851-5630 3600 Butch Cassidy Way • Reno 89511
13. Dodson 689-2530 4355 Houston • Reno 89502 3. Gerlach 557-2326 555 East Sunset Blvd. • Gerlach 89412
14. Donner Springs 689-2626 5125 Escuela Way • Reno 89502 4. Glenn Hare Center 333-5380 350 Hunter Lake • Reno 89509
15. Double Diamond 850-6212 1200 So. Meadows Pkwy. • Reno 89511 5. Hug 333-5300 2880 Sutro Street • Reno 89512
16. Drake 353-5510 2755 Fourth Street • Sparks 89431 6. Incline High 832-4260 499 Village Blvd. • Incline Village 89450
17. Duncan 333-5190 1200 Montello Street • Reno 89512 7. McQueen 746-5880 6055 Lancer Street • Reno 89523
18. Dunn 353-5520 1135 O’Callaghan Dr. • Sparks 89434 8. North Valleys 677-5499 1470 E. Golden Valley Rd. • Reno 89506
19. Elmcrest 746-5850 855 McDonald Drive • Reno 89503 9. Reed 353-5700 1350 Baring Boulevard • Sparks 89434
20. Gomes 677-5440 3870 Limkin Street • Reno 89506 10. Regional Tech. Inst. 861-4418 380 Edison Way • Reno 89502
21. Gomm 333-5000 4000 Mayberry Drive • Reno 89509 11. Reno 333-5050 395 Booth Street • Reno 89509
22. Greenbrae 353-5530 1840 Fourth Street • Sparks 89431 12. Spanish Springs 425-7733 1065 Eagle Canyon Dr. • Sparks 89436
23. Hall 425-7755 185 Shelby Drive • Sparks 89436 13. Sparks High 353-5550 820 15th Street • Sparks 89431
24. Hidden Valley 857-3150 2115 Alphabet Drive • Reno 89502 14. TMCC High School 674-7660 7000 Dandini Boulevard • Reno 89512
25. Huffaker 689-2510 980 Wheatland Road • Reno 89511 15. Washoe 333-5150 777 W. Second Street • Reno 89501
26. Hunsberger 851-7095 2505 Crossbow Road • Reno 89511 16. Wooster 333-5100 1331 East Plumb Lane • Reno 89502
27. Hunter Lake 333-5040 909 Hunter Lake Drive • Reno 89509
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36. Maxwell 353-5580 2300 North Rock Blvd. • Sparks 89431 Lakeshore Dr.
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El Chaparral Evergreen Plaza Hacienda Plaza


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Paradise Plaza McCarran Plaza


TO

WY ER
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PR AT
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KIN
NE

RA

Coit Plaza GS Marina Village


RO
AV
TP

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ST

Westridge Corners Canyon Center Plaza Del Sol


K

Silver State Plaza

SPARKS BV
MAE ANNE AV
Northgate
Ridgeview Plaza T
Golf Course Ridgeview Plaza Phase
W 7TH ST II Keystone Corner W 4TH S
KIRMAN AV

Quail North West McQueen Crossing Sportsman Corner GLENDALE AV


ROBB DR

Keystone Square
S WELLS AV

Peavine Plaza MI L The Reno Hilton


Parking Gallery L ST Tru
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Village Center Ter-Mil Center


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Reno-Tahoe Intl. Airport
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Mayberry Landing
SM

PlumGate Panda Crossing Airport Square


r

Franktown Corners
Washoe County Orchard Plaza Brookside
KIETZKE LN

Golf Course Golf Course PEMBROKE DR


Pioneer Plaza
Moana West Moana East
Kietzke Center Rosewood Lakes

Washoe County
Lakeside Crossing Golf Course
BV

Storey County
Independence Square
INE

Sierra Marketplace Hidden Valley


K-Mart Plaza
YL

Caughlin Ranch Center MIRA LOMA DR Golf Course


Reno Town Mall Crossroads Center
SK

Coliseum Meadows Mira Loma Center


Firecreek Crossing
Barcelona Plaza Smithridge Center McCarran Landing
Lakeridge Redfield Promenade
Golf Course Meadowood Court Smithridge Plaza Air Center Plaza
The Meadows Marketplace Meadowood Mall
Del Monte Plaza Crummer Plaza
N

Lakerigde Pointe
YL

Del Monte Center Parkside


LE
NG

South Virginia Commons


LO

Sierra Town Center


Green Acres
W HUFFAKER LN Longley West Plaza

Southwest Pavilion
PK
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S
W
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395 M
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TH The Village
South Meadows Marketplace U
SO
DESERT WY
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Double Diamond Town Center


UB
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SV

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W ZOLEZZI LN

Village at White's Creek


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431 GR
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LS
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Cold Springs Sources: Collier's International & Nevada Small Business Development Center

MATTERH ORN BV
Reno-Sparks, Washoe County, Nevada
445

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LA
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WH

RED ROCK RD
Stead
Lemmon Valley
ECHO AV CALLE DE LA PLATA
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DR
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395

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Golden Valley Pioneer Meadows

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Spanish (164,750 sf)
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AS H
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Wal*Mart (225,000 sf)

SUN VALLEY BV
Spanish Springs Shopping Center
(50,000 sf)
Raleigh Heights Sparks Crossing (340,000 sf)

SPARKS BV
DANDINI BV

Sparks Galleria Phase I


BV
PA RR
PK
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(300,000 sf)
T
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BARING BV LO

D'Andrea
N M C CARRAN BV

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Las Brisas Pavilion
SUTRO ST

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Sommerset

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(14,000 sf)

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Canyon Phase II (46,000 sf)


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(151,550 sf)

VISTA BV
AV
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MAE ANNE AV

Legends at the Marina


Ridgeview Plaza
W 7TH ST

Cabela's Wal*Mart
H ST

(800,000 sf)
W 4T
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(150,000 sf) Phase II (80,000 sf) M IL

(225,000
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(32,000 sf)
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Virginia Lake Crossing (21,425 sf)


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SM

395
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PEMBROKE DR

Washoe County
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Caughlin Ranch PE
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Longley Town Center


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10,000 Double Diamond


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50,000
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Arrowcreek
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(253,000 sf)
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100,000
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Damonte Ranch Shopping


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The Village at White's Creek


AS
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Center (balance - 259,000)


RD

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(90,000 sf)
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500,000 Damonte Ranch


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Summit Sierra (balance - 300,000)


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Scheel's Sporting

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Storey County
Golf Course Golf Course
Rosewood Lakes
MOANA LN
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N

PE
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CK
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BV

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LAKESIDE DR

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City of Reno
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MT
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LL
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RHODES RD
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