Reimagine Reno master plan moves forward; city council to consider plan in November

Reno's master plan was approved by the planning commission Wednesday night. (Courtesy: City of Reno)

The Reimagine Reno plan is one step closer to being implemented after Reno's planning commission unanimously approved the plan Wednesday night.

The nearly 300-page planning document, written with plenty of community input in mind, outlines the city's vision for the next two decades.

Reno senior planner Sienna Reid told News 4-Fox 11 some of the new policies stressed include sustainability and food access. She also said this master plan includes more concrete ways for it to be implemented.

"What the implementation plan is does is provide a bit more detail than the broad, overarching policies that are meant to serve a 20-year period. Very specific actions and steps meant to be accomplished in a shorter-term time frame," Reid said.

Now, the Reno City Council will consider adopting the master plan during its regular meeting on November 8. If approved then, the plan then goes to the Truckee Meadows Regional Planning Agency.

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