Community Resources

A presentation given by Nathan Daniel, Executive Director of TMPF focusing on 20 hikes found close to the heart of Reno. Enjoy!

Go here to find a complete listing of events, volunteer opportunities, park maps, and whatever else you might need related to Washoe County Regional Parks.

View the current activity guide, sign up for intramural sports, or just see what else Sparks Parks and Recreation has to offer.

A local 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to keeping the Truckee Meadows region beautiful through beautification, advocacy, cleanups, and education since 1989!

GREENevada stands for Growing Resources for Environmental Education in Nevada.  Their mission is to foster sustainability through environmental education and leadership.

The One Truckee River Management Plan will manage, protect and provide stewardship for the Truckee River across all jurisdictional boundaries. 

Trace the beginnings of our local creeks’ flows and see how all of us are connected through waters feeding the Truckee River.

Reno-Sparks Neighborhoods consists of professionals and volunteers who team up with groups and people to collaborate on community building projects. Reno and Sparks have many communities; meet people who are doing things in each of our regions.

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The Abbi Agency offers creative marketing and public relations strategies that are customized to target today’s wide variety of social and traditional media networks. The Abbi Agency has designated Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation as the non-profit for their Do Good Stuff committee. 

Find out what news and events are happening in the PRCS division. Also, find the interactive Park and Trail Map created by The Code for Reno team during the National Civic Day of Hacking. 

UNR journalism student Kelsey McCutcheon is building an online field guide to Truckee River wildlife at truckeeriverguide.org and needs your help. You can use this site to learn about local species and explore an interactive map of recent wildlife sightings or add to the site by sending in your own wildlife photos, observations and information about local species.  For more info, contact Kelsey at kelseymccutcheon@gmail.com.

This site serves the public as the State of Nevada model for Wildlife Education and Aquatic Education programs offered by the Nevada Department of Wildlife. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service also recognizes Oxbow Nature Study Area as a national model for a successful urban nature center.

Help Justin White find and track various raptors and birds of prey in the Truckee Meadows. He will compare various characteristics of hawks lives to urban density levels.

The Nevada Land Trust (NLT), established in 1998 as Nevada Land Conservancy, is a private, non-profit land trust dedicated to preserving and protecting Nevada’s open spaces and special places for future generations. As the state’s first “Nevada born” land trust, we can meet Nevada’s conservation needs through collaboration with landowners, businesses, environmental organizations, and public officials.

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