Welcome to Fallon, a community far enough from the fray, but closer than you think. The City of Fallon is a lot of things. It’s a main street filled with familiar faces. It’s restaurants bursting with farm-fresh flavors. It’s a trove of treasured memories waiting to be made. More than anything? It’s a home for those searching for one. Fallon is a beautiful place to work, live, raise a family and experience the beauty of the high desert. Located in western Nevada, the area’s landscape consists primarily of farmland— where we grow our renowned cantaloupes— and high desert flats coexisting with dramatic mountain ranges that seem to scrape the sky. Many lakes, reservoirs, hunting areas, Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) zones and marshland also surround the city. “Business friendly” takes on a whole new meaning in Fallon. It’s not just a lack of red tape and a deep appreciation for every company that invests in our community. It’s plain old, genuine friendliness. The kind of hand-shakin’, warm-welcome’ openness that makes doing business in town an absolute pleasure. There are plenty of business and employment opportunities to pursue in Fallon, bolstered by the city’s growing base of local businesses, technology companies and agriculture.
You will enjoy Fallon’s more than 300 days of sunshine per year, and residents and tourists alike make use of every single one of them. Soak up the sun with a variety of outdoor recreation activities ranging from exhilarating rides down the dunes of Sand Mountain, to peaceful wildlife-watching excursions at the nearby Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge. We welcome you to Fallon’s neighborhoods, businesses, schools, and community. To request a City of Fallon Relocation Packet, please contact the Nicole Dooley at The City of Fallon (775) 423-8816 or visit fallonnevada.gov.
Our Residents Love Fallon
Everybody on the road waves and smiles at you.Shonda Tidwell Pieracci
You can’t find a good tasting cantaloupe anywhere else in the world!Jennifer Sears
You see the most beautiful sunsets imaginable.Shyanna Nance Wehe
You watch stars falling all night.Sandra deBellevue
The Downtown Christmas tree lighting is a favorite holiday tradition.Mary Maersk Pedersen