Billboard Teetering on Shaky Approval

City Says It’s Legal; State Says It Isn’t The new Summit Club billboard in scenic south Reno facing Interstate 580 is located on property where billboards were not allowed when the county had jurisdiction. And we think that’s enough to revoke the permit, but the city does not. Scenic Nevada discovered the issue with the […]

Reno Planners to Discuss New Billboard on I-580

What: Reno Planning Commission Meeting When: Wednesday, May 15, starting at 6 p.m. Where: Reno City Council Chambers, 1 First Street Reno Planning Commissioners will hear a presentation tomorrow night on the new Summit Club billboard which appeared last month hovering over Interstate 580 on property next door to Summit Mall and where apartments are […]

Services Set for Doug

Please join us at a celebration of life for Scenic Nevada founder Doug Smith at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at Mountain View Mortuary on Stoker Drive in Reno, followed by a graveside ceremony at 11 a.m. Doug was at the helm of Scenic Nevada from its inception in 2000 until his retirement […]

Thank You and Goodbye, Doug

It’s with great sadness that we learned that Scenic Nevada’s founder Douglas G. Smith, our dear friend, mentor and driving force, passed away at Renown Medical Center on March 25, 2019. Doug was at the helm of Scenic Nevada from its inception in 2000 until his retirement from our organization about six years ago. It’s no […]

Fewer Billboards on the Horizon

Since Scenic Nevada won its battle in late 2017 to have the Reno billboard ban enacted, the supply of legal unused permits, known as banked receipts, has dwindled from 67 to less than 50. That means fewer new billboards are on the horizon. The ban on new billboards, approved by a majority of Reno voters […]