SouthTowne Crossing Sign Appeal

  After two denials by the Reno Planning Commission and one from the city council, the SouthTowne Crossing Shopping Center is taking its fourth run[…]

Reno Delays Billboard Decision

  Critical concerns surfaced at last week’s council meeting (October 12) when the fate of Reno’s billboard ordinance was examined by city council members, resulting[…]

Help Us Ban Billboards in Reno

  A discussion on billboards, called for by Councilwoman Jenny Brekhus, will take place Wednesday, October 12, starting at 1 p.m. (Check for meeting changes;[…]

State Approves New Digital Billboard Rules

  New rules for digital billboards were approved Monday by the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) board of directors that will help minimize the negative[…]

  The people voted 16 years ago to prohibit new billboards, yet the city never enforced the ban. Instead the previous city council decided the[…]

Reno To Discuss Billboard Ban

  Come to the August 24 Reno City Council meeting to help Scenic Nevada convince council members to uphold the people’s vote and stop new[…]

  While we didn’t succeed in voiding Reno’s digital billboard ordinance, Scenic Nevada’s legal arguments meant to protect the people’s vote and prevent new billboards[…]

  The public hearing scheduled for tonight at 6 p.m. on the SouthTowne Crossing request for a giant sign in south Reno was pulled by[…]

  Discussion of Reno’s digital billboard ordinance was bumped from next week’s Reno City Council agenda. We’re told the item will be rescheduled and no[…]

  Last week the Reno City Planning Commission voted to deny permits for a giant, six-story-tall sign in south Reno. And yesterday Washoe County Commissioners,[…]