Forest Service Trails
Forest Service Trails


The current project page with an embeddable widget: HERE

Please email or text - (775) 391-4005
for a project overview or to offer help.

The website system will be decided at the next Code for Reno meeting, Feb 21st (RSVP if you want to help). Thank you to everyone who came out to Open Data Day to digitize and organize the PDF version!

The attached pictures are from the Truckee Meadowes Trail Guide. You can access this PDF now at:

Contributing Organizations:
Past Meetups
Open Data Day: Open Trails:
** Saturday, February 21st, 9am - 4pm
Bring your stories. Bring your Ideas. Bring your Pictures.
You do not need to be a tech person to help with this project to celebrate our area’s trails. 
The Reno Collective - 100 N. Arlington Ave #100, Reno, NV 89501
Code for Reno invites you to Open Data Day at the Reno Collective. Developers, designers and storytellers are encouraged to come and help build an open trails app [[ this example lacks trails and is just trailheads]] for our community. Join the Code for Reno Google Group or email for more information.

Open Trails Workshop:
** Wednesday, February 11th, 5:30 pm
The Reno Collective - 100 N. Arlington Ave #100, Reno, NV 89501
Code for Reno invites you to help convert PDF data to a spreadsheet and other less glamour / mission critical tasks. Don't worry, we are a fun bunch to be around!

Meeting with nonprofits and government data source staff:
** Thursday, February 5th, 12pm - 1pm
6151 Lakeside Dr., Reno, NV 89511
Please RSVP to attend.
This meeting will mainly be to get feedback from groups who will use the resource and help us prioritize features. (getting the tech and gov people on the same page as everyone). We want to know what it would take to do what the nonprofits think is valuable so we don't spend hours converting data to a format that no-one wants to use.
This is a goals are the boss!

About the Author

Reno Sparks Neighborhoods consists of volunteers who team up with other groups in person and use the cloud to collaborate on community building projects.

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