Washoe/Reno Development

See EDAWN growth report for 2017/2018.  EDAWN is the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada whose purpose is to bring jobs to the area by attracting businesses to move to the area and to support the growth of those that are already here.  While area residents are glad to see the economic rebound since the Great Recession, the growth is at the root of the housing shortage and related problems.  It is very informative with graphs that show changes over the last several years and where the trends will take us going forward.  2018 Economic Report Jan 2018 Final


On this page you will find contested developments happening around Washoe County.

Washoe County Draft Land Use Bill 2018

Washoe County Map showing new approved developments 2016

Truckee Meadows List of new developments April 2017

Southeast Reno Developments December 2016


Development Information

Ascente Development     Unincorporated county

Arrowcreek Middle School     Unincorporated county

Autumn Wood     Unincorporated county

Bella Vista Ranch II

Butler Ranch

Carmella Ranch Estates

Colina Rosa     Unincorporated county


Estates at Marango     Unincorporated county

Evans Ranch  Reno

Golden Mesa South

Keystone Canyon Villas II

Lemmon Drive Estates     denied by Washoe County

Lemmon Valley Heights     Unincorporated county

Meridian-120 North     Reno

Meridian-120 South     Reno

Mountaingate 78     Reno

Palisades     Reno annexation

Palomino Ranch Estates     Unincorporated county

Prado Ranch     Reno

Prado Ranch North     Unincorporated county

Sierra Reflections     Unincorporated county, zombie

Spring Mountain     Reno annexation, zombie

Steamboat by Vintage   Reno annexation

Stonegate     Reno annexation

Sun Mesa     Reno, zombie

Terrasante     Unincorporated county, zombie

Upland Estates     denied by Washoe Planning Commission

Westview Estates     Reno annexation