Washoe Valley Alliance

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Our Mission

Through strategic acquisitions, coordinated management, and public support, Washoe Valley can continue to be a recreation paradise and retain it’s historical, cultural, visual relief, and natural resources. Wildlife resources dependent on the lake, open space and riparian areas can find refuge now disappearing elsewhere. Washoe Valley Alliance is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the Washoe Valley area.

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Washoe Valley Alliance

Organized in March of 2013 as a 501(C)3 Nevada Non-Profit Corporation

Our goal is to protect the unique qualities of Washoe Valley through education and stewardship. In order to meet these goals, we partner with service organizations, government agencies and individuals who live, work and play in this beautiful valley.

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Protecting Washoe Valley's Unique Qualities through Education and Stewardship

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Our History

Read more about the history of Washoe Valley.

Parks & Trails

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Washoe County Plans & Codes.

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Washoe Valley Nevada State Scenic Byway

Learn more about the Washoe Valley State Scenic Byway.

Partners in Preservation

Learn about the tremendous investment in money and time made to preserve Wahsoe Valley.

Washoe County Plans & Codes.

Reference plans and codes

Washoe Valley Nevada State Scenic Byway

Learn more about the Washoe Valley State Scenic Byway.

Partners in Preservation

Learn about the tremendous investment in money and time made to preserve Wahsoe Valley.

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Protecting Washoe Valley's Unique Qualities through Education and Stewardship

“Twelve miles long and seven wide, Washoe Valley, enfolding Washoe Lake, was completely encircled by hills and mountains like a precious stone in a pendant”
Myra Sauer Ratay
Pioneers of the Ponderosa, 1973

Blog

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Truckee Meadows Public Lands Management Act

Local governments (Reno, Sparks, and Washoe County) are working with…

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South Valleys Area Plan – Envision Washoe 2040

Washoe County is currently updating the Master Plan for the…

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Fire Station Consolidation

Truckee Meadows Fire is the designated first responder to Washoe Valley for…

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WVA Partners

Washoe Valley Alliance is thankful for the ongoing support and partnership with the following organizations.