Downtown Sparks

Daily Adventure

Downtown Sparks began with the railroad and developed into a residential center over time. Now, Sparks is much more – hosting some of Northern Nevada's biggest events and the West Coast's biggest companies. It's a city of friends and a city of business. Providing logistical support for 55 million customers within a day's ground shipping and a 4th of July Fireworks show visible across the Truckee Meadows Valley for all the residence of Reno and Sparks.

Downtown Sparks

Neighborhood Names

Neighborhood Detail Pages

Downtown Sparks Neighborhoods

Victorian Square Living History

Victorian Square

Victorian Avenue still ho ...

Downtown Sparks

Downtown Sparks

Victorian Plaza gives way ...

East of Pyramid

East of Pyramid

Urban Sparks grid hosting ...

Sparks Industrial

Sparks Industrial

Warehousing and manufactu ...

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Neighborhood Resources

39 North

Meets the Second Tuesday of Each Month

Meetings location varies and are open to anyone.

"The primary purpose of 39 North is to promote growth, vitality, and prosperity." - (summarized from their about page)

Sparks Rotary

Meets every Wednesday at 12:00pm
Location: The Nugget

Rotary is a Service Organization

  • Deer Park
  • Sparks Memorial Park
  • Lillard Park
  • Bandstand Park
  • Poulakida's Park
  • Larry D. Johnson Community Center Ardmore Park
  • Pinion Park
  • Gateway Park
  • Rock Park
  • Glendale Park
  • Truckee River Greenbelt
  • Victorian Avenue
  • Prater Way
  • Oddie Blvd
  • Glendale Ave
  • Greg St
  • S McCarran Blvd
  • C St
  • Rock Blvd

Neighborhood Councils

Fill out this short questionnaire to join a Neighborhood Council. There are no required meetings. Whether you spend five minutes a month or 60 hours a week making your community better, you are welcome to use the resources here to empower your work.

Seize no power.
Change everything.

Professionals and volunteers team up with groups and people to collaborate on community building projects

Growing Neighborhood Connections

Teamwork online and in person