The download button opens the iTunes App Store, where you
may continue the download process. You must have iTunes installed with an
active iTunes account in order to download and install the software. This
download may not be available in some countries.
From QScend Technologies:
The City of Reno (Reno.gov) wants its constituents to be able to effectively communicate with us. This app allows someone to interact with us in various ways. Someone can report a concern, problem or complaint through Reno Direct, which is tracked until the issue has been addressed. Within this section, you can see what Ward you are in, who the representing City Council member is, your voting jurisdiction, as well as RTC live bus routes allowing you to track the arrival of a bus at a bus stop in Reno in real-time. You can find the latest City news and events. Watch meetings live via streaming video and if you receive a call or have an interruption, it will put the video on hold and allow you to return to the same spot, so that you won't miss anything. Share your ideas through the ideation portal called Think Reno to help improve our City and guide the strategic direction of your local government. Don't forget to sign up for Reno Connect to receive email alerts and newsletters about the things happening in the City, including emergency information. It also asks for your mobile number as the City hopes to launch SMS text communications very soon. Join the innovation today!