For information about COVID-19, please visit www.lasvegasnevada.gov/coronavirus.
Safety measures will be observed for the protection of you, your family and our staff.
For more information about the Nevada mask mandate, visit https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/6.22-Guidance-on-Improvised-Facial-Coverings-JH-V1.pdf
Bars in Clark County that do not serve food remain closed, but counter tops in non-bar areas may be opened for food service under existing restaurant guidelines.
Long Term Mitigation Strategy
Governor Steve Sisolak and the Nevada Health Response team unveiled a new long-term mitigation strategy for the State of Nevada to help provide predictability and stability moving forward.
The plan was developed recognizing the State of Nevada and the nation are still in response mode to the COVID-19 pandemic and will be for the foreseeable future. The virus is still infecting people and is likely to do so for the months ahead until a vaccine is developed.
The State developed a sustainable, targeted response model, one that will allow Nevada to utilize all available state and county assets in this response and recovery effort, maximize consistency and accountability, and prioritize the communication of the state’s most accurate data to the public and to decision makers.
Parks & Recreation
Subscribe to parks and recreation email notifications about reopenings, programming and more here. The full Parks & Recreation reopening plan can be viewed here.
The following are now open:
- All of the city’s 28 splash pads
- All city pools
- All of the city’s nine skate parks
- Exercise and fitness stations
- Volleyball courts
- Basketball courts
- Sports fields are open for teams/leagues with permits
Outdoor tennis and pickleball courts at the following city parks are open: Aloha Shores; Angel; Bill Briare; Bob Baskin; Bruce Trent; Children’s Memorial; Durango Hills; Garehime Heights; Lorenzi; Mountain Ridge; Patriot; Police Memorial; Raphael Rivera; Sunny Springs; W. Wayne Bunker; and Wildwood.
Pavilion Rental & Park Special Event Reservations
The city currently is accepting reservations for park pavilions and special events. Picnic shelter reservations and information are available here.
All facilities will follow social distancing and other safety guidelines provided by the Governor’s Office. Locker rooms will be closed; all guests should arrive in appropriate swimming attire. Prior to being admitted into the facilities, temperatures of guests will be checked. Guests will need to arrive at the beginning of a two-hour open swim period; only 50 guests will be allowed at each time. Open swim hours vary by location*:
- Carlos L. Martinez & Darrio J. Hall Family Pool at Freedom Park, 899 N. Pecos Road, Monday-Friday, 6 - 9 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, noon - 4 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon - 6 p.m.
- Doolittle Pool, 1950 N. J St., Monday-Saturday, 1 - 5 p.m.; closed Sunday.
- Garside Pool, 250 S. Torrey Pines Drive, Monday - Friday, 6 - 9 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon - 6 p.m.
- Municipal Pool, 431 E. Bonanza Road, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Saturday noon - 6 p.m.; closed Sunday.
- Pavilion Center Pool, 101 S. Pavilion Center Drive, Monday-Friday, noon - 4 p.m and 7:15 - 9:15 p.m.; Saturday noon - 6 p.m.; closed Sunday. (Closed to the public Aug. 15 - Dec. 1)
- Baker Pool, 1020 E. St. Louis Ave., Monday-Friday, 3 - 7 p.m., Saturday Noon - 5 p.m.; closed Sunday
At this time, lane reservations and lap swim are only available at Pavilion Center Pool; those interested can call 702-229-1488 to make reservations.
Daily fees for all city pools are $2 for ages 4-17 and 50+, $3 for ages 18-49; children ages 3 and younger are free. Restrooms will be open at all facilities; water fountains will remain closed.
Chuck Minker Sports Complex, 275 N. Mojave Road, is temporarily closed due to maintenance issues.
For youth sports, the only allowable use of city fields at this time is for practices. These practices must be socially distanced, with participants keeping six feet apart. The practices cannot be a gathering of more than 50 people. There will be no sharing of equipment.
In addition, the city is reducing the number of practices to keep from having large groups waiting to use fields while another group is finishing. There will be no concessions allowed at city fields until further notice.
To view the governor's June 10, 2020 directive on youth sports, go online to nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Declaration-of-Emergency-Directive-023-re-Youth-Sports.6-10-20.pdf.
Vegas Strong Summer Academy
The academies will replace traditional summer camp in order to provide a safe and structured environment for kids. Each will provide age/grade appropriate academic and recreational programming. Register online or by calling 702-229-PLAY (7529). Space is limited due to social distancing and other safety guidelines provided by the Governor’s Office.
Vegas Strong Summer Academies will be Monday through Friday, until Aug. 21, from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. for ages 6-13 at the following locations:
- Doolittle Community Center, 1950 N. J St.
- East Las Vegas Community Center, 250 N. Eastern Ave.
- Mirabelli Community Center, 6200 Hargrove Ave.
- Stupak Community Center, 251 W. Boston Ave.
An academy for those ages 3-5 will be offered at Mirabelli only. The cost for all academies is $75 per child, per week.
Additional forms will need to be completed after registration. Those requesting financial assistance can call 702-229-PLAY (7529).
The listed community centers will only be open for the academies; no other activities will be available at these centers.
Gaming Industry Has Reopened
A number of Las Vegas casinos as well as Fremont Street Experience have reopened as of June 4, 2020. You can visit their websites for specific details and safety measures.
The Fremont Street Experience currently has the following restrictions in place:
- Visitors must be 21 years of age with valid identification
- Backpacks and purses are restricted
Convenient Parking Options And Amenities Downtown
A new mobile payment app and a QR code posted on meters and at parking lots will allow visitors the option of not having to touch to pay for parking. The new mobile payment app being used is Flowbird. It allows for payment at any parking meter or to make a reservation for any of the city’s parking garages.
For those who don’t wish to download an app, every meter and parking garage is equipped with a QR code and an NFC tag which allows anyone to pay for parking with GooglePay or ApplePay. Just scan the QR code posted on the parking meter or tap the phone to open the mobile website. Select the amount of time to park and double click to pay.