Sand Harbor Lake by Stephen Crane

Scenic Nevada


Explore our collection of resources, which is designed to help communities and citizens who share our concern about protecting the scenic qualities of our state, including fact sheets, public opinion polls, infographics, and more.

Scenic Education Toolkit

Through a generous grant from the John Ben Snow Memorial Trust, we developed several communications pieces to help convince public officials, business owners, and community members that strong sign control will help improve how our communities look. Protecting scenic beauty and preserving community character is the path to an economically successful region that will help improve everyone’s quality of life.

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Valley of Fire, Steve Adcock for Pixabay


Discover research and statistics demonstrating the safety and environmental concerns associated with visual blight and light pollution, particularly as the billboard industry is pushing digitals at three times the brightness levels as traditional billboards at nighttime.

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Billboards are a source of light pollution and are harmful to the environment.

Digital Billboard Lawsuit

Scenic Nevada sued the city of Reno following the city council’s vote to approve digital billboards. Get the facts and review the documents surrounding this case.

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66% of voters do not want to view a digital billboard from their home or office....


80% of voters believe it's important to preserve, protect & enhance scenic chara...


89% of voters believe it is important that drivers should not be distracted.

Public Opinion

Surveys show that Nevada residents oppose additional billboards in their communities and along their roadways.

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