Playgrounds, community pools, splash pads, skate parks and more are scheduled to reopen around the Las Vegas valley.
The City of Henderson tweeted information about their offerings on Wednesday.
Not everything will reopen immediately.
The City of Las Vegas has also released their reopening plans.
The city of Las Vegas will move forward with reopening parks and recreation facilities and amenities on Friday, May 29, with reduced capacity and safety guidelines in place.
The city is welcoming residents and visitors back to parks and recreation facilities following social distancing and other safety guidelines provided by the Governor’s Office.
Openings for May 29, include:
- All of the city’s 28 splash pads;
- All of the city’s nine skate parks;
- Exercise and fitness stations;
- Volleyball courts; and
- Basketball courts will reopen throughout the weekend.
These facilities will operate at 50 percent normal capacity and social distancing guidelines remain in place. Playgrounds and water fountains in city of Las Vegas parks currently remain closed.
The city is currently working on plans for the reopening of community centers, swimming pools and other facilities and we will provide additional details as those facilities become available. Visit www.lasvegasnevada.gov/welcomeback for the most up to date reopening information for the city of Las Vegas.
There’s no work yet on reopening dates for pools, splash pads, skate parks etc. yet from the City of North Las Vegas or Clark County. The City of Las Vegas says they will be release information soon.