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City of Reno, Nevada There are activities through the City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department for all citizens. These include specific inclusion and adaptive programs for those with disabilities, plus accommodations to people with disabilities so that leisure and recreation programs, classes, services and facilities may be enjoyed by all. To learn more about the city's ADA commitment and efforts in its recreation programs, refer to "Access for All." The information phone number is (775) 333-7765.

Reno Adaptive Recreation Programs

Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department operates or participates in a number of adaptive recreation programs.

  • Paralympic Sport Reno
  • Wheelchair Sports
  • Out and About
  • Special Olympics Nevada
  • Project Fit Reno
  • Programs for Veterans

Learn more about registering for these and other Reno recreation activities from the "Program Registration" information page.

Get Adaptive Recreation News and Updates

"Adaptive Connect" is a newsletter full of information about the city's adaptive recreation programs. You can sign up to receive copies by email. You can also read it online by clicking the newsletter image on the Inclusion and Adaptive programs web page.

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