Support Local Businesses in Reno-Sparks

As a local business in Reno, NV since 1975, Reno Green Landscaping believes in serving our local community, but what does it really mean to be a local business?

For us, its means working with and for our friends, family and neighbors. We focus on forming long-lasting relationships with our clients through our dependable service and proactive communication from the first day you partner with us.

We believe in the success of our local Reno-Sparks community. We support local businesses ourselves, including who we choose for our information technology, suppliers and marketing services. According to the Institute of Self Reliance, locally owned businesses recycle a much larger share of their revenue back into the local economy, enriching the whole community compared to national companies.

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Reno Green Landscaping business owners, Scott and Carrie Owen.

We love our community, and it’s important for us to give back regularly. Reno Green supports the Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation, a local nonprofit that helps over 120 local families per year with medical, household, education and travel expense needs. We also assist St. Vincent’s Food Pantry with our annual Thanksgiving grocery run. St. Vincent’s serves more than 15,000 local people each month. 

Our staff are involved in local organizations, including the Nevada Landscape Association, Nevada State Apartment Association, Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology, Builders Association of Northern Nevada and more. It’s essential for us to be involved in the progression of our community to ensure mutual success for years to come.

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As the local landscape continues to grow and develop in front of our eyes, it brings more options for businesses and services. Investing in locally owned small businesses keeps money in your community to support other important initiatives through local sales tax earned: from education, to the police and fire departments, to parks, and other publicly funded programs. 

According to American Express, approximately two-thirds of every dollar spent at a small business stays within the community. As you are looking for businesses for service needs, look to local, family-owned businesses and give back to the community you live in.