DAYBREAK Development

Reno City Council to Consider DAYBREAK Development – Nov. 14

The information below, is from the Rosewood Lakes Community. HVHA is posting at their request.


****DAYBREAK POSTPONED to Nov. 14****

“Daybreak Development that was to be heard at Reno City Council on Wed Oct 10th has been continued at the request of the applicant to November 14th.

We will send updates closer to Nov 14th! Please share this to get the word out! It is very short notice! Please mark your calendars for November 14th!”

(Information provided by Councilman Oscar Delgado – 7:00 pm Oct 9th.)


When:  October 10, at 1:00 pm  Nov. 14th

Where:  City Council Chamber at City Hall, 1 East First Street

Your house may be at risk of flooding and more if the DAYBREAK development of 4,700 homes gets approved.

In addition to flooding they will also be disturbing the soil contaminated with methyl mercury and arsenic and potentially increase traffic in our area.

This development is just south of Mira Loma in the Floodplain and will affect the communities of Rosewood Lakes, Roseview, Heron’s Landing, Lower Hidden Valley, Hidden Meadows, the Rio Poco area, and the East Side Subdivision.

It’s imperative that you attend this important meeting to express your opposition by filling out the form on the day of the meeting (NO Need to speak)

Please pass this information along to your neighbors and friends.

We really hope that you can attend this important meeting.

To know more about this development go to:… then look at he slide presentation on the web page, please pay attention at slide 24/40 where it shows you the bath tub proposal on how they plan to mitigate the flood, if you believe that they can raise walls around the flood plain. Also click on DOWNLOAD under Presentation to know more about the project.


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