The CMP describes four main goals with corresponding objectives and strategies for managing and enhancing the Corridor. As the CMP moves forward, each managing partner will have different roles and responsibilities. Table 3 identifies which of the managing partners would be involved to help achieve each goal.


Washoe Valley Alliance and other community groups may also be involved in the implementation and monitoring of the CMP. Community engagement with the Byway is an important element of a Corridor’s success. As new projects come forward, local groups can help engage stakeholders and other community groups so that the Byway’s resources and challenges are considered. No one entity can achieve success on its own. Leveraging the human capacity of community organizations can build a strong foundation for Byway success.

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

Boy Scouts    UNR Cooperative Extension    Washoe County Sheriff
South Valleys Volunteer Fire Department

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