What is it like to live in Reno, NV?
There’s less traffic compared to big cities, especially at night, however most highway patrol officers with an average of 12 years under thier belt are on top of speed villagers and accidents and construction on streets. Streets under construction especially on the hwy tends to last a long time therefore construction zone on the hwys are often annoying for about half the year between March and sept. Winter temperatures last from about oct to march…that may come with heavy snow but mostly and average feeling of 35° during the day. Not many choices for schools.
Reno is composed of gas stations, casinos, banks, fast food restaurants grocery stores, medical and dental offices/hospitals/elderly homes,law offices, and car dealerships. About half its adult population is female and half male. About half of adults over 21 have been or are married, but many people between the ages of 22-44 who stay for more than 3yrs years appear to have a broken family due to divorce, infidelity, or death. The summers are hot and dry avearge feel of 72°F and nicely cool at night feel of 55°F. Not a great place for high end clothing /shopping choices. Good place to find a job in health field.
Nightlife can be fun if you like edm music. Many world known djs come an average of two popular djs per month. Good to live in yet still not too far of a drive to San Fransisco, Lake Tahoe, or Las Vegas for vacations. Not too high of a murder rate. Most people are alcoholics. The city tries hard to cater to the money holding elderly. No family theme parks, no horrible guetto neighborhoods although a couple apartment complexes or streets are historically locations where drug use and gang activity occurs, most residents of the city can tell you where.