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Reno Council Approves Limits on Some Digital Signs

Looking at protecting Mt. Rose Highway, the Reno City Council unanimously agreed to a new narrowly targeted regulation to allow only gas station prices to be displayed digitally in areas where digital signs have been prohibited historically as long as the signs change or flip only once an hour. Scenic Nevada supported the text amendment […]

Scenic Nevada Challenges New Herz Billboard

Scenic Nevada filed a lawsuit Tuesday, July 30 against the city of Reno and billboard owner Lamar Advertising to remove a new billboard erected in April facing Interstate 580 near Mt. Rose Highway. Scenic Nevada wants the court to require the city to revoke the Herz billboard permit and make Lamar remove the sign at […]

State Senate Honors Doug

A proclamation, honoring Scenic Nevada founder Doug Smith, was presented on the floor of the Nevada State Senate by state Senator Julia Ratti April 30, 2019. Doug, who passed away March 25, was honored for his decades-long public service and advocacy work to protect the scenic beauty of Nevada. The proclamation was read by state Senator Ratti […]

New Brightness Limit Approved on Some Digital Signs

The Reno City Council followed the planning commission’s lead and approved one of the lowest nighttime brightness levels for digital signs in the nation. But the city code change approved March 13 only applies to drive-through digital signs. All other digital signs in the city are not affected and are among the brightest in the […]

National Scenic Byway Legislation Advances

Good news! The House passed legislation Feb. 6, reviving our nation’s Scenic Byway program. Now, the Senate is reviewing a companion bill. Write your Senators today urging them to vote yes on S 349 to restart the program. Sen. Collins (R-ME) and Sen. Cardin (D-MD) introduced S. 349, which is a companion bill to H.R. 831, the […]