LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Mayor Carolyn Goodman has signed an emergency declaration for the City of Las Vegas during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.
The city has made adjustments to its services in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Senior Centers - In following the President’s declaration of a national coronavirus emergency, where he gave direction to protect our most vulnerable populations such as seniors, all of the city’s five senior centers, and a portion of an additional facility with senior services, are closed effective Saturday, March 14. The centers will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.
The March 19 grand reopening of Woofter Family Park has been cancelled.
The March 24 Human Trafficking Symposium scheduled for City Hall is being postponed to a later date.
Traffic violation windows at the Municipal Court are closed until further notice.
The city of Las Vegas Corporate Challenge has been postponed indefinitely.
Visitation at the City Jail is suspended as of March 15.
Safekey/Ignite programs are also closed. Current customers can credit dates between March 16 and April 3 to their account for future use.