|Coordinates: 39°42′37″N 86°40′13″W / 39.71028°N 86.67028°W|
|Elevation||909 ft (277 m)|
|GNIS feature ID||441898|
Reno is an unincorporated community in Clay Township, Hendricks County, Indiana.
Reno was platted in 1870 when the railroad was extended to that point. It was likely named for Jesse L. Reno, an officer who served in the Mexican–American War. A post office was established at Reno in 1870, and remained in operation until it was discontinued in 1912.
Reno is located at 39°42′37″N 86°40′13″W / 39.71028°N 86.67028°W.
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...usually honors the American general Jesse Lee Reno...
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