Reno Arch getting a facelift

February 20, 2018

The Reno Arch is getting a facelift. The world famous downtown Reno structure will soon sport a more modern look, taking on the more Nevada-like colors of silver and blue. It will get silver (well, stainless steel) cladding on the supports holding the arch up across Virginia Street and updates to the electrical components.

While work is in progress, Virginia Street around the arch will have various closures and detours. Scheduled completion of the work is April 30, 2018. The city is planning an unveiling after the project is finished, though no details are available at this time.

Reno Arch update work, Nevada, NV

Workers giving the Reno Arch a facelift in February, 2018. Photo © Stan White

Reno Arch, Nevada, NV

Reno Arch before the 2018 update work started. Photo © Stan White

Sources: City of Reno, Reno Gazette-Journal.

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It’s pretty easy to get a marriage license in Reno and Washoe County. There are, however, a few rules to follow and the inevitable fees to pay. Marriage licenses issued by any county in Nevada are valid in every county.

The Washoe County Marriage License Bureau has two offices – one in Reno and another in Incline Village on Lake Tahoe’s north shore. The Reno office is open 8 a.m. to 12 midnight, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Incline Village is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, closed on all holidays. Licenses can be obtained up to a year prior to the wedding.

Rules and fees for marriage licenses from nearby areas like Carson City and Douglas County (Carson Valley, Stateline/South Lake Tahoe) are a bit different. Get more information from “Marriage Licenses in Reno and at Lake Tahoe.”

In Nevada, same-sex couples can obtain marriage licenses through the same procedure as heterosexual couples, no hassle involved.