Open door policy at City Hall

Last week, we reported on the Regional Transportation Commission’s decision to remove the doors from bathroom stalls at the municipal bus station to reduce graffiti. In a different kind of open door policy, the public can now begin using the First Street door of Reno City Hall, according to City Manager Andrew Clinger.

When City Hall was a bank building, the First Street door was open to the public and was more heavily used than the Virginia Street door. Under the city’s occupancy, First Street entry door has been accessible only to people with cards or codes.