Reno / Tahoe

Northern Nevada captivates with its stunning natural beauty, encompassing the Sierra Nevada mountains, picturesque Lake Tahoe, and the vast Great Basin. The region's vibrant culture, outdoor recreation opportunities, thriving economy, and welcoming communities make it a special place to live, work, and explore.

There are four distinct seasons to be experienced in this beautiful region. Within 90 minutes of your doorstep are 17 alpine and Nordic ski resorts, 45 golf courses, a myriad of lakes, rivers, and far more hiking and biking trails than one could ever count. To the west, the Sierra mountains beckon you to Lake Tahoe, home of some of the world’s bluest waters, most beautiful peaks. 

Meandering down the mountain, the clear, cold Truckee runs through Reno and ends in the stark desert beauty of Pyramid Lake, home to American white pelicans and Lahontan cutthroat trout. To the south, are low lying hills through which the I-580 winds its way to Carson City, Nevada’s picturesque capital, South Lake Tahoe, and on down the eastern edge of the Sierra to Yosemite, Mammoth, and Southern California.  To the north, Peavine Mountain anchors rolling hills and stunning sunsets in the distance. 

In Reno, the airport, university, downtown, and virtually all local destinations are within 20 minutes. Lake Tahoe is 25 to 45 minutes away, depending on whether you’re visiting the north or south shore. Outdoor recreation abounds. 



Ranked one of the top locations in the US for young professionals and corporations looking for friendly practices, Reno checks all the boxes for business. 

Moving at light speed to become one of America’s most dynamic entrepreneurial and start-up tech cities, as evidenced by companies like Microsoft, Apple, Tesla, Redwood Materials, Panasonic and more who now call The Biggest Little City in the World home. 

Reno’s recent business success has been reported in major newspapers around the country and in media outlets such as Entrepreneur and Bloomberg. Nevada has no personal or corporate income tax. Nor does the state impose estate tax, gift tax or franchise tax.

Nevada has the lowest state income tax burden in the nation and ranks second nationally for business climate, including income, sales tax, property tax, and unemployment insurance taxes. 

The state also boasts a history of favorable laws for trust situs purposes.

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The Nevada Museum of Art, Reno Chamber Orchestra, and The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, lead the way culturally in Reno, but dozens of music, theater, dance, visual art and literary organizations, create both incredible variety and depth. 


Reno is Arts & Culture.

Recipient of five consecutive National Endowment for the Arts grant awards, Artown brings the arts to life in Reno each July with a packed calendar of events. Artown captures the imagination and brings with it a celebration of distinguished artists from around the world, across the country and those that live in our community all for the sake of cultural diversity and artistic innovation.

The annual July Festival brings over 300,000 attendees with nearly 500 multi-disciplinary events, more than 100 workshops and over 30 on-going programs.  Artown also produces year-round programming offering diverse and unique performances throughout the year.

Burning Man
Held in the Black Rock Desert, 120 miles from Reno, Burning Man is an annual experiment in temporary community dedicated to radical self-expression and radical self-reliance. Over 50,000 people from around the world attend Burning Man every year.

Nevada Humanities Chautauqua Festival
Founded by Nevada Humanities in Reno in 1992, Nevada Humanities Chautauqua is one of the longest running Chautauqua festivals in the country. The multi-day celebration features workshops, roundtable discussions, and other daytime events hosted by community partners throughout Northern Nevada, as well as the evening theatrical performances.

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival
Imagine your toes in the sand, a fantastic bottle of wine nearby, a gourmet meal in hand and first-class entertainment with your friends and family before you…all while basking in a perfect Lake Tahoe sunset. You’re not dreaming, you’re experiencing the enchantment of the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at Sand Harbor State Park.


Annual Events:

62nd Annual Festival offering a richer, deeper and more diverse educational and artistic experience for participants.

Dubbed the Wildest, Richest, Rodeo in the West. A 10 day competitions featuring country converts, the worlds best bull riders, barrel racers, ropers and more.

The largest classic car event in the country, drawing more than 6,000 vehicles and countless visitors paying tribute to the golden era of cars.

A sight to see each September, the colorful tradition is worth the early morning wake up. Experience the sky full of 80+ hot air balloons soaring above the Reno skyline. 

All aboard the Virginia & Truckee Railroad, one of the most famous short lines in American history, be transported to the North Pole for a holiday tradition unlike any other. 


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On a sprawling hill just north of downtown, the University of Nevada, one of America’s top teaching and research universities, sits, as do the National Judicial College, the Desert Research Institute, and the Nevada home of the Davidson Institute.

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Tax Advantages


Besides the beautiful four seasons, and strong community Nevada also boasts one of the most business and wealth creation friendly policies in the United States. Ranked second nationally for business climate, including income, sales tax, property tax, and unemployment insurance taxes. 

The Tax advantages are broad – 

  • Low Property Tax
  • No State Income Tax
  • No Corporate State Income Tax
  • No Estate or Inheritance Tax

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