Reno is a city in the northwestern part of Nevada. It is the county seat of Washoe County, and is the fourth largest city in Nevada. It is also a part of the Reno-Sparks Metropolitan Statistical Area. Reno has a total city area of 69.3 square miles, with 0.2 square miles of water.
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Reno has an estimated population of 180,480 people as of 2000. It has a population density of 1,008.3 people per square mile. Health insurance quotes are influenced by the demographics of the area. The racial makeup of Reno is as follows: 77.46% Caucasian, 19.18% Hispanic/Latino, 2.58% African American, 1.29% Asian American, 1.26 Native America, 0.56% Pacific Islander, and 9.26% other. Roughly 3.60% are from two or more racial backgrounds. The median household income for Reading is $40,530 and the median family income is$49,582.
The climate of the region largely affects home insurance quotes. The temperatures are in the low to mid 90s during the summer, with temperatures above 100 Fahrenheit frequently. The winters are cold with typical light snowfall. The majority of precipitation falls in winter and spring.
Reno auto insurance depends on highway conditions and availability. I-80 and US 395 serve the city and immediate area. There are many public transportation options, including RTC RIDE and Amtrak trains.
The city's life insurance are affected by the culture and recreation of the area. As of recent, Reno has seen a boom of its nightlife. Parts of downtown have been reclaimed and transformed into more suave and lounge-like venues. The city is also home to various casinos and nightclubs. During the day, there are many music, art, and theater venues one can visit including the National Automobile Museum, the Nevada Museum of Art, and the Pioneer Center for Performing Arts.