The Biggest Little City in the World
Voted in the top 100 best places to live three years in a row, Reno has something for everyone. A bustling downtown, eclectic restaurant scene, and abundant outdoor activities make the Reno-Sparks-Tahoe area a top destination.
Reno is a haven for outdoor recreation. The Truckee River runs right through downtown. There are many river-based events to keep you busy along with a Riverwalk and plenty of green park space for picnics and lazy days. Fly fishing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, or tubing down the Truckee River on any given summer day.
With more than 300 days of sunshine each year, the opportunities to get outside are endless.
Long, summer days mean hikes in the foothills or along the Tahoe Rim Trail, mountain biking in some of the most epic terrain, or chilling (literally) at Lake Tahoe, whether on the beach or on the water. Shorter days and colder temperatures are what really get us going. The Reno-Sparks area offers fun for the whole family – including mountain biking, shopping, beautiful parks, and community centers. It’s no secret that we love the outdoors in Reno. No matter the season, there is someplace to explore that will make you wonder why you booked that flight home.
The Reno-Sparks area has a rich art scene and offers the perfect combination of urban and outdoor entertainment, so you are guaranteed to find what you like, including an array of vibrant music venues. With many iconic events including Burning Man and Hot Air Balloons – there’s something to please everyone.
Reno is bursting with lively culture from our top-notch museums to our food and coffee shops. The landscape of Reno restaurant scenes is quickly growing and offer a large variety of delectable cuisine choices. Local favorites flourish among new Reno restaurants, creating a thriving food scene. Reno’s tight-knit community cares deeply about sustainability, volunteer work, and diversity to promote a healthy society.
Reno’s K-12 schools (the Washoe County School District) provide a welcoming atmosphere and engaging curriculum for children of all ages. Reno is also home to various higher academic institutions, including the University of Nevada, Reno, a Tier 1 research university.
Nevada provides tax incentives for businesses to relocate and expand, thus supporting continued growth in the region. The number of new jobs and an enthusiastic workforce create a climate of opportunity for job businesses and employers. There is no income tax for businesses or individuals. This is a further incentive for new or established businesses and workers to move to Reno.
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