Reno Neighborhoods Map

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All Reno neighborhoods

The city of Reno, NV has a population of 237,121 and a population density of 2,182 people per square mile. There are a total of 8 Reno, NV neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Northwest and the largest neighhorhood by population is East Reno. The Reno, NV neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Some Top Rated Neighborhoods In Reno, NV

Near the Sierra Nevadas and Lake Tahoe in Nevada is Reno, called the "biggest little city in the world". With small-town charm and plentiful amenities, it's not hard to see why Reno is a popular area for those looking to settle down. In close proximity to dozens of casinos and ski resorts, you will never have a dull weekend once you arrive. If you're a fan of vintage cars, you can check out the National Automobile Museum, which houses more than 200 vintage cars. If you want to do some shopping and have a little fun, the MidTown District is lined with great boutiques and shops, plus some of the best food in the state.

South Reno

With great career opportunities, a quality public school system and lots of nearby amenities, South Reno is the perfect neighborhood for any family. Low crime rates and peaceful streets also make this neighborhood a popular spot for retirees. If you're the kind of person that needs fresh air regularly, you'll be happy to know that there are a few great parks right in the neighborhood. Comstock Park and Center Creek Park - both right off of Double Diamond Parkway - come highly recommended by locals. If you're looking to stay in shape but don't feel like hitting the trails, there are several different fitness centers nearby. Flex Appeal, Transformation Gym and Pure Barre Reno are all great options. If you need to get downtown there are more than a dozen public transit stops located off of Double Diamond Parkway and South Meadows Parkway.


Southwest is a favorite neighborhood with retirees, as it's conveniently located near plenty of shopping and dining options. If you're looking for a great new place to eat you can always check out Cafe Jefe on Lakeside Drive or Starbucks on North McCarran Boulevard. Lakeridge Golf Course - a great place to catch a round - is just minutes away, featuring some of the best-maintained greenery in the state. If you want to spend some time outdoors but aren't a fan of golf, you can check out Anderson Park off of Lakeside Drive or Audrey Harris Park. There are plenty of public transit stops spaced conveniently throughout the streets, making it easy to get wherever you need to go.

South Central

With affordable living options and lots of great amenities nearby, South Central is a great neighborhood for singles and new families. This is also the perfect neighborhood for retirees, as plenty of shops and markets are conveniently located. Meadowwood Mall is just a short bus ride away, home to great stores like Bubble Tea Station, Macys and Hobby Lobby. Wherever you need to go is as simple as finding one of the twenty centrally located public transit stops nearby. With downtown Reno just minutes away by bus, many residents of South Central choose to commute daily for work. If you want to get away from the city and enjoy the fresh air, Jamaica Park and Manzanita Park are always popular, nearby options recommended by locals.