Washoe Valley Nevada State Scenic Byway

DOWNLOADABLE MAPS


Download a copy of both the Washoe Valley Scenic Byway and Historic maps.

Historical Map Scenic Byway Map

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Washoe Valley Historic Links and Information


National Register of Historic Buildings

Marlette Lake Water System
National Register Historic District #92001162

Walter Cliff Ranch District
National Register Historic District #85002428

Twaddle-Pedroli Ranch
National Register Historic District #00000340

 Bowers Mansion
National Register Historic District #76001143

 Old Winters Ranch
National Register of Historic District #74001150

State Historic Preservation Office

Franktown  
Nevada Historical Marker #114

Lakeview
Nevada Historical Marker #213

Bowers Mansion
Nevada Historical Marker #166

Old Winters Ranch/Mansion
Nevada Historical Marker #94

Virginia Truckee Railroad Right of Way 
Nevada Historical Marker #248

Ophir City 
Daughters of the American Revolution Marker

 


MANAGING PARTNERS ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

The Corridor Management Plan describes four main goals with corresponding objectives and strategies for managing and enhancing the Corridor. As the Corridor Management Plan 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.

 


COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

Washoe Valley Alliance and other community groups may also be involved in the implementation and monitoring of the Corridor Management Plan. 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.

 


Last Chance Scenic Places created by Scenic Nevada 2013