Bonnie Weber is working hard as your Ward 4 Reno City Councilmember.  She is committed to continuing her public service and to bringing her community-centered values to City Hall.  Having lived, worked, and played as a North Valleys resident for over 38 years, Bonnie is uniquely qualified to represent you on the Reno City Council.

And, you already know her!

Bonnie served us on the Washoe County Commission for 12 years.  She worked hard to make tough decisions for our neighborhoods, our county budget, and our precious lands of northern Nevada. She worked to improve transportation in our neighborhoods, created more accessible community centers for our seniors and families, and was instrumental in bringing the Splash Park for our kids and grandkids to the North Valleys Regional Park, without using taxpayer dollars. Bonnie also worked for the Washoe County School District for 11 years. She also served for 9 years on the Stead/North Valleys Neighborhood Advisory Board in the 1990s. Her motto has always been Unity in Community!

You’re on her mind.

As your Ward 4 City Councilmember, Bonnie continues to reach out to small business owners and their employees, educators, local officials, and Washoe County taxpayers and families, listening to matters that are important to them. She believes in access and transparency and enjoys meeting with constituents.

She has you – the taxpayer – on her mind.

Bonnie is a watchdog when it comes to government spending. She worked diligently with her Washoe County colleagues to balance budgets during the times of economic downturn. And as of May 18, 2022, the City Council has adopted a balanced budget for the first time in 13 years. As a small business owner in the past, she took seriously the spending of your hard-earned tax dollars, resulting in a leaner and stronger county government. The Reno Gazette-Journal praised her as being a watchdog of public monies.

These issues are important to Bonnie and you.

Bonnie is familiar with the challenges and issues that face our city and county, such as land use, which is not only a local issue, but it also impacts our state.  Bonnie continues to work with state legislators, our Congressional delegation, and national groups to assure that our public lands are preserved and remain unspoiled. Bonnie will continue to protect our precious resources while safeguarding everyone’s private property rights.

Bonnie’s family lives in the North Valleys.

Bonnie has been married to Mike for 40 years this fall, and together they have raised their family here in Reno. She is a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, including grand-dog Freddie. Their daughter and son-in-law are both graduates of the University of Nevada-Reno and teach in the Washoe County School District as elementary teachers, and their children attend Washoe County schools. Matt, their youngest, works hard at two full-time jobs.


Bonnie is committed to our community and our state of Nevada –
experience, fiscal responsibility, a record of achievement with a focus on the future and she works for you!