Meghan Ebert

Meghan Ebert

Meghan Ebert


Reno City Counci Ward 4

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2022 Questionnaire

Please share briefly what inspired you to run for this office and why you feel you’re qualified for the position.


I am running for City Council because I want our Ward to be represented by a member of our community that cares about the people that live here and how our city grows. Our current representation has too many conflicts of interest to put the needs of the residents of the North Valleys above those of builders and developers.

I believe my experience as a Benefits Analyst will transfer well to the work that needs to be done for the planning of our city and development.

How would you improve the City’s resources and assistance for people experiencing homelessness?

Candidate declined to answer.

If elected to this position, how would you help better allocate the city budget to help improve the city school system?


Candidate declined to answer.

Do you support the implementation of a Human Rights Commission to address, study, and mediate possible and actual discrimination in your jurisdiction?



What role do you see the city council playing in addressing rising housing costs and rising rent?


Candidate declined to answer.

Describe your views on supporting electric city vehicles and working towards reducing the city’s carbon footprint whenever possible?


Candidate declined to answer.

What policies do you see as valuable to address inequality and to increase social mobility for residents?


Candidate declined to answer.

Describe your relationship with unions or other labor organizations and how you, if elected, would work to ensure working people have a seat at the table in economic or workforce development projects?


I support Unions and Project Labor Agreements.

What do you see as the most important initiative that you would like to see implemented in the community if you were elected to this position?


The City Council and it's members have a duty to vote in the best interest of the community and not the best interest of builders and developers. If elected, my top initiative would be to restore that dynamic. I would vote to protect my constituents from unsafe development that may cause flooding for existing residents, and to push for development that enriches the community as a whole.

If elected, how do you plan to address climate inequity in the city of Las Vegas amid rising temperatures?

Candidate declined to answer.