Woodland Village

Woodland Village is a quality housing development in the Cold Springs Valley 18 miles northwest of Reno. Built by Lifestyle Homes, Woodland Village offers three lovely County parks, the Cold Springs Family Center, dedicated to health and fitness, Nancy Gomes Elementary School, Michael Inskeep Elementary School, Cold Springs Middle School, and coming soon to the Village Center, Cold Springs Crossing restaurant. 

Northern Nevada Nature At Its Best

At 5100 feet of elevation, Woodland Village is surrounded by the Granite Hills, the Petersen Range, and the northeastern span of the Sierras. Wildlife seen by residents includes pronghorn antelope, big horn sheep, mule deer, jackrabbits, cottontails, ground squirrels, coyotes, bobcats, rattlesnakes, Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Great Horned Owls, Hawks, Buzzards, and Magpies, to mention a few. Woodland Village has miles of well used paths for walking, cycling, & jogging throughout the development and around all three parks. Up the valley to the north are several of the springs which gave the valley its name. 

New Homes Available for Purchase

Lifestyle Homes is currently building affordable new homes with several models to choose from, and multiple floor plan variations.

Board Meeting Info

The Board of Directors will be conducting hybrid meetings (in person & via Zoom simultaneously) at 5:30 pm on the dates listed below.

Board Meetings will be held in person at EBMC, Community Management’s office, located at 5011 Meadowood Mall Way, Suite #200, Reno NV, as well as, via Zoom. Zoom instructions will be listed on all agendas. (Click the links below for each date’s meeting agenda.) 

Click here for additional information: General Meeting Info for 2023  

    • January 24, 2023        
    • March 21, 2023
    • May 16, 2023
    • July 18, 2023 
    • September 19, 2023
    • November 14, 2023

NOTE: For Board Communication via Email, Print, Sign & Return this Form to EBMC (instructions on form).

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