Billboard Settlement Agreement Approved

  A global settlement agreement which preserves the recently enacted billboard ban was approved recently by Scenic Nevada, the City of Reno and Lamar Central[…]

Billboard Ban Becomes Law

  The ban on new billboards, approved by a majority of Reno voters 17 years ago, is now the law. During a brief five-minute hearing[…]

Billboard Ban Advances; Reno Agrees to Appeal

  With little fanfare, the long-sought after billboard ban was given preliminary approval by a unanimous Reno City Council August 23, setting the stage for[…]

Council Asked to Okay Voided Permits

  The Reno City Council will be asked August 23 to re-issue about 60 unused billboard permits that were recently voided by a Washoe County[…]

Two More Steps Forward

  In separate actions, one by Reno planning commissioners and the other by a district court judge, two positive results occurred on the same day[…]

  Reno’s new proposed billboard ordinance, reflecting changes to enforce a billboard ban voted for 17 years ago, will make its debut during the Reno[…]

People Win; New Billboards Banned

  The Nevada Supreme Court brought us half way home, then last week the Reno City Council knocked it out of the park when it[…]

  The long-awaited discussion and decision on whether to enforce the people’s 2000 vote to ban new billboards will be Wednesday, June 14,during the Reno[…]

  Possible New Date – June 14 The Reno City Council will postpone discussing the people’s billboard ban Wednesday, June 7 and is expected to[…]

  Our final campaign, Honor the Vote, to get new billboards banned in Reno is underway at a time when our funds are running low.[…]