Las VegasRelocation GuideElizabeth Hammack, GRI“Serving all areas of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson”Cell: (702) 338-BETH (2384)Email: Execdiva@gmail.comWebsite: www.Homesforsaleinlasvegas.com
THE VEGAS LOWDOWN2011 Facts & FiguresClark County Population: 2,006,347Las Vegas:Henderson:North Las Vegas:Mesquite:Boulder 511864,569Average Age of Residents:Median individual income:Median Family Income:Percent Population Married:Population with Children:Average Commute to work:36 39,135 63,70055.5%31.5%15 MinutesLas Vegas is the County Seat of Clark County Nevadaand rises 2,174 feet above sea level. The city is.260 miles NE of Los Angeles287 miles NW of Phoenix560 miles SE San Francisco450 miles SE of RenoLas Vegas sees sunshine 85% of the year. With lowhumidity and an average of only 4 inches of rainfall.Average high 80 FAverage low 58 FAverage Apartment RentAverage Apartment Size 790900Single Family ResidenceAverage Square Footage 172,4822,059Average TownhomeAverage Square Footage 99,8681,388Average CondominiumAverage Square Footage 147,6871,070*includes Condo & HighRiseNOare people here?whyw h e r e do people live?New residents come from all parts of thecountry, with 32% relocating fromCalifornia. Why are people so eager tomove to Las Vegas?17.5%13.9%13.1%13.1%EmploymentSelf-Employed ProfessionalEmployed Full-Time - Hotel/GamingEmployed Full-Time - Non-Hotel/GamingEmployed Part-TimeCurrently Not EmployedRetired with Part-Time EmploymentRetired without EmploymentStudentHomemakerCopyright Equity Title of onal income taxstate income taxinheritance taxgift or estate taxes64.7%16.2%11.8%2.4%1.4%Like the AreaTo Live Near RelativesFor a Better LifestyleRetirementSingle Family HomesApartmentCondo/TownhomeMobile Homes2 - 4plex62.3% Own Homes37.7% RentLas Vegas Relocation Guide
THE VEGAS LOWDOWNcost of living analysisCompositeIndexLas Vegas, NVPhoenix, AZSeattle, WADenver, COTucson, AZBoise, IDReno, NVLos Angels, CASan Diego, CA10487108135819988142134SalesTaxAverage State Average UnemploymentMedianIncome Tax Utility BillsRateFamily Income8.1%9.3%9%7.7%9.1%6%7%9.75%8.75%No Tax 2,170 2,957 2,684 2,170 2,374No Tax 3,683 3,683Low taxes in Nevada have attracted families andbusinesses alike. Residents pay no State Income tax.Local sales and property tax are lower then manycomparable metropolitan areas.The Assessor’s office appraises the value of everyproperty in Clark County. This value is multiplied by35% to calculate the assessed value. Tax rates varybased on the needs for every tax district. The simplestand most accurate way to determine the taxes amountand status for a particular property is online or bycalling the County Treasurers 24-hour automatedphone service. 285 274 255 264 270 250 272 193 19514.7%9.1%8.5%8.1%9%9.1%13.3%12.1%10.6% 63,700 66,600 87,700 75,900 59,000 61,900 71,200 68,200 75,500Median HomePurchase Price 142,900 137,000 306,200 219,900 172,500 153,800 193,800 333,900 359,900Quarterly Tax Due Dates for 2010-20111st Quarter3rd Monday of August2nd Quarter1st Monday of October3rd Quarter1st Monday of January4th Quarter1st Monday of March(702) 455-432324/7 Clark County Property Tax Hotlinewww.accessclarkcounty.com/treasurerClark County Treasurer WebsiteTo calculate the property tax for a property, multiply theassessed value by the rate of the tax district. Forexample let's assume you have a home withan assessed value of 100,000 and the tax rateis 3.20 per 100 of assessed value. 35,000 Assessed Value x .032 Tax District Rate 1,120 Annual Property TaxAnnual Property Taxes are due on the 3rd Mondayin August and are typically paid in 4 installments.Copyright Equity Title of NevadaLas Vegas Relocation Guide
THE VEGAS LOWDOWNA V E R A G EU T I L I T I E SNV EnergyElectric Service 125Southwest GasNatural Gas 36Century LinkTelephone 32Municipal ServicesWater, Sewer, Trash 53Cox CommunicationsCable TV 17Cox CommunicationsHighSpeed Internet 22*Averages are based on the cost for basic services and do not include upgrades or taxes.2010 StatisticsSingle Family HomeAverage Sales PriceMedian Square FootageOwner OccupiedCondo / TownhouseAverage Sales PriceMedian Square FootageOwner OccupiedAvg Monthly ApartmentApartment RentalSquare FootageThe latest population prediction in the Las VegasValley is 2.7 million people by 2020. 172,4821,98380% 103,3761,22153%Clark county population200120022003 79090020042005How Old are the Homes?0-12 mos.1-5 years6-10 years11-15 years16-20 years21 or 010Copyright Equity Title of ,410Las Vegas Relocation Guide
UTILITIES & COMMUNITY RESOURCESSANITATION WATER SEWERELECTRICITY & NATURAL GASLAS VEGAS VALLEY WATER DISTRICT1001 S. Valley View · Las Vegas, NV 89153www.lvvwd.com · (702) 870-4194NV ENERGY6226 W. Sahara Ave · Las Vegas, NV 89146www.nvenergy.com · (702) 402-5000NORTH LAS VEGAS WATER DEPARTMENT2200 Civic Center Dr · North Las Vegas, NV 89030www.cityofnorthlasvegas.com · (702) 633-1000SOUTHWEST GAS CORPORATION4300 W. Tropicana Ave · Las Vegas, NV 891031374 W. Cheyenne #107 · North Las Vegas, NV 89030www.swgas.com · (877) 860-6020CITY OF HENDERSON WATER240 Water St · Henderson, NV 89015www.cityofhenderson.com/utilites · (702) 267-5900TV INTERNET PHONEBOULDER CITY WATER & ELECTRIC401 California Ave. · Boulder City, NV 89005www.bcnv.org/utility · (702) 293-9244COX COMMUNICATIONS750 N. Rancho Dr · Las Vegas, NV 89106www.cox.com · (702) 383-4000VIRGIN VALLEY WATER DISTRICT500 Riverside Rd · Mesquite, NV 89027www.vvh2o.com · (702) 346-5731CENTURY LINK330 S. Valley View Blvd · Las Vegas, NV 89106http://www.centurylink.com · (702) 244-7400BIG BEND WATER DISTRICT1520 Thomas Edison DrLaughlin, NV 89029(702) 298-3113CLARK COUNTYWATER RECLAMATION DISTRICT5857 E. Flamingo Rd · Las Vegas, NV 89122www.cleanwaterteam.com · (702) 434-6600REPUBLIC SERVICES OF SOUTHERN NEVADA770 E. Sahara Ave · Las Vegas, NV 89104www.republicservicesvegas.com · (702) 735-5151
ResourceFactsPG,OPULATIONROWTH combined withgreat jo b potential , ensu res the c ontinued success La sVegas has experienced well into the new millennium. Theindustries in const ruction, manufacturing, durable andnon - durable goods, wholesale and re tail, education,housing, public administration and transportationexhibit the greatest employment potential in La s Vegaswith over 35.8 million visitors and more than 3.8 millioncon- ventionees comin g to Las Vegas in 2000 pumpingover 36 million into the local economy, conventions andtourism have continued to be the city’s top industries.As the steady growth of Las Vegas c ontinues, the cit y’seconomic future through the next decade is quite strong.With no signs of slowing down , more and more peoplefrom all over the country are calling Las Vegas home.For additional information on employment opportunities,write to:Nevada State Employment Services135 South StreetLas Vegas, NV 89101Sheriff ’s Card If you are working in the gaming industry, itis mandatory in the state o f Nevada to have a Sh eriff ’sCard. To obtain one you must be gainfully employed. Youremployer will provide you with a referral for a three yearissuance. For more information you may contact:Sheriff ’s Card601 E. Fremont StreetLas Vegas, NV 89101Health Cards This car d is mandatory for any a nd allfood/beverage han dlers, tattoo art ists, child and a dultcare attendants, or massage therapists. In order to obtaina Health Card, you must complete an application. All foodhandler applicants will receive a Hepatitis A vaccination.Applicants for ch ild or adult c are will als o receive thevaccination as well as a skin test or x-ray for Tuberculosis.All applicants mus t attend a 1.5 hr class and mo viewithin 30 of applying for a Health Card. A temporary cardis issued until class completion. The card costs 30 validfor 3 years. For more information contact:Clark County Health Department625 Shadow LaneLas Vegas, NV 89127Techniques of Alco hol Management Anyone who sells,gives away, moves around or makes decisions regardingalcohol as well as Secur ity Officers, must have a val idTAM card. To obtain a TAM card you must attend a 4hrclass, pass a test and pay 18 for five year validity.For more information contact:TAM of Southern Nevada557 E. Sahara Ave. #223Las Vegas, NV 89104NEWSPAPERSLas Vegas Weekly2290 Corporate Circle Henderson, NV 89014702-259-4180Las Vegas CityLifeLas Vegas Press Ste. 1111385 Pama Lane Las Vegas, NV 89119702-871-6780Las Vegas Business Press3335 Wynn Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89102702-383-0211Las Vegas Review Journal1111 W. Bonanza Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89106702-383-0211Las Vegas Sun800 S. Valley View Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89107702-385-3111AIRPORTSMcCarran International Airport5757 Wayne Newton Blvd.702-261-5211Henderson Executive Airport1400 Executive Airport Dr.702-261-4800North Las Vegas Airport2730 Airport Dr.702-261-3806BUS SERVICECitizens Area TransitCAT Buses operate:5:30am - 1:30am 7 days a weekSome routes have 24hr serviceINFO: 702-228-74337 Las Vegas Relocation Guide
ResourceFactsHOSPITALSSUNRISE HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CTR.3186 S. Maryland PkwyLas Vegas, NV 89109702-731-8000LAKE MEAD HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CTR.1409 E Lake Mead BlvdN. Las Vegas, NV 89030702-649-7711UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER1800 W CharlestonLas Vegas, NV 89106702-383-2000SPRING VALLEY HOSPITAL5400 S. Rainbow BlvdLas Vegas, NV 89118702-853-3000VALLEY HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CTR.620 Shadow LaneLas Vegas, NV 89106702-386-0178SOUTHERN HILLS HOSPITAL &MEDICAL CENTERWest Sunset Road at I - 2154616 W. Sahara Ave. #335Las Vegas, NV 89102702-880-2100MONTEVISTA HOSPITAL5900 W. Rochelle Ave.Las Vegas, NV 89103702-364-1111DESERT SPRINGS HOSPITAL2075 E Flamingo Rd.Las Vegas, NV 89119702-733-8800ST. ROSE DOMINICAN HOSPITALRose de Lima Campus102 E Lake Mead Dr.Henderson, NV 89015702-616-5000MOUNTAIN VIEW HOSPITAL3100 N TenayaLasVegas, NV 89129702-255-5000ST. ROSE DOMINICAN HOSPITALSiena Campus3001 St. Rose Pkwy.Henderson, NV 89052702-616-5000SOUTHERN HILLS HOSPITAL9300 W. Sunset Rd.Las Vegas, NV 89148702-880-2100SUMMERLIN HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CTR.657 Town CenterLas Vegas, NV 89134702-233-7000BOULDER CITY HOSPITAL901 Adams Blvd.Boulder City, NV 89005702-293-41119 Las Vegas Relocation Guide
ResourceFactsItems Needed for License & Re gistration Tra nsfers[ ] Your Valid, State-Issued Drivers LicenseThis must contain your name and date of birth.If your license is expired, suspended or revoked, call todetermine what you need to do.[ ] Proof of Your Social Security NumberIf your social security number is not printed on yourdrivers license, you will need to bring your socialsecurity card.[ ] Nevada Liability Insurance CardOut of state insurance is not acceptable.Make sure the name(s) on your insurance andregistration match exactly.[ ] Smog Check Certificate if NeededExemptions include vehicles based in rural areas,motorcycles, vehicles older than 1968, alternative fuelvehicles and new vehicles registered less than two years.[ ] Your Current Registration Slip(s)Nearly all trailers must be registered and titled.[ ] Title(s), Unless Held By LienholderYou have the option of retaining your out-of-state title.We strongly suggest getting a Nevada title if possible.[ ] VIN Check(s)Vehicle Identification Number inspections are done atDMV offices. In Las Vegas, drive to the inspectionstation outside the main office first.[ ] Your Out-of-State License PlatesBring them into the office with you.[ ] Fees–Cash, Check, Money Order, Visa, MCCall us with your VIN for an estimate of registrationfees, which are partially based on vehicle value.DMV FULL SERVICE OFFICESDMV INFOLINE: 702-486-4DMV(702-486-4368)8250 W. Flamingo Las Vegas, NV 891478 a.m. - 5 p.m. M-F 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sat.1399 American Pacific Henderson, NV 890748 a.m. - 5 p.m. M-F 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sat.2701 E. Sahara Las Vegas, NV 891048 a.m. - 5 p.m. M-F 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sat.7170 N. Decatur Las Vegas, NV 891318 a.m. - 5 p.m. M-F 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sat.10 Equity Title of NevadaDriving TestsAll applicants take a vision test. Other tests will bewaived if: You are age 25 or older and have no specialrestrictions. Your out-of-state license is valid and you areapplying for the same class of license. You have no more than 2 moving violations and nosuspensions, revocations, cancellations or denialsin the past 4 years.If you do not meet these requirements, you will have totake a written test and a skills test. License applicationsare checked with the national Problem Driver PointerSystem. Special license, testing and endorsements arerequired to tow multiple trailers or trailers in excess of10,000 pounds.Motor VoterRegister to vote while applying for your drivers license.Handicapped ParkingNevada issues a placard which can be used on anyvehicle or special license plates. The disabled residentmust obtain a DMV application and have it signed by alicens ed physician. Placards are also av ailable forshort-term disabilities.Personalized/Specialty License PlatesPersonalized plates are limited to 7 letters and / ornumbers. Spec ialty plates are av ailable for Nevadauniversities, veterans, Purple Heart rec ipients, ExPrisoners of War, classic cars and a nu mber of specialgroups and charitable causes.Motorcycles & MopedsMotorcyclists are required to wear helmets and possessa Class M license. N evada transfers most moto rcycleendorsements. Mopeds 50cc or less, with le ss than 2horsepower, do not have to be registered and y ou donot need a Class M license. However, you must have avalid Class C or higher license.BoatsWater vessels are registered with the Nevada Divisionof Wildlife. Call 486-5127. Trailers are registered withDMV.
ResourceFactsMUSEUMSMUSEUMADDRESSPHONEATOMIC TESTING MUSEUM755 E. Flamingo Rd.702-794-5151BOULDER CITY HOOVER DAM MUSEUM1305 Arizona St. Boulder City702-294-1988BRUNO’S INDIAN & TURQUOISE MUSEUM1306 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City702-293-4865CARROLL SHELBY MUSEUM6755 Speedway Rd.702-643-3000CASINO LEGENDS HALL OF FAMETropican Hotel/Casino702-739-5444CHILDRENS ART MUSEUM OF NEVADA100 St. Jude’s St. Boulder City702-294-7172CLARK COUNTY HERITAGE MUSEUM1830 S. Boulder Hwy. Henderson702-455-7955DEBBIE REYNOLDS HOLLYWOOD MOVIE MUSEUM305 Convention Center Dr.702-733-2243ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM3401 Industrial Rd.702-309-7200GALLERY OF HISTORY3200 Las Vegas Blvd.702-731-0785GEORGE L. STURMAN MUSEUM OF FINE ART107 E. Charleston Blvd.702-384-2615GUGGENHEIM-HERMITAGEVenetian Hotel/Casino702-414-2440GUINNESS WORLD OF RECORDS MUSEUM2780 S. Las Vegas Blvd.702-796-0640HISPANIC MUSEUM OF NEVADA1332 Hill Spring Ct. N. Las Vegas702-229-6383IMPERIAL PALACE AUTO COLLECTIONImperial Palace Hotel/Casino702-794-3174KING TUTANKHAMEN’S TOMB & MUSEUMLuxor Hotel/Casino702-262-4000LAS VEGAS ART MUSEUM9600 W. Sahara702-360-8000LAS VEGAS HISTORIC MUSEUM3801 S. Las Vegas Blvd.702-739-5444LAS VEGAS INTERNATIONAL SCOUT MUSEUM2915 W. Charleston Blvd.702-878-7268LAS VEGAS NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM900 N. Las Vegas Blvd.702-384-3466LIBERACE MUSEUM1775 E. Tropicana Ave.702-798-5595LIED DISCOVERY CHILDREN’S MUSEUM833 N. Las Vegas Blvd.702-382-5437LOST CITY MUSEUM OF ARCHEOLOGY721 S. Moapa Valley Blvd Overton 702-397-2193LOWDEN’S VETERANS’ CENTER & MUSEUM3333 Cambridge St.702-369-5790MADAME TUSSAUD’S CELEBRITY ENCOUNTER3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd.702-367-1847MAGIC & MOVIE HALL OF FAME3555 Las Vegas Blvd.702-737-1343MARJORIE BARRICK MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY4505 S. Maryland Pkwy.702-895-3381MCCARRAN AVIATION HISTORY MUSEUMMcCarran International Airport702-261-5211NEON MUSEUMFremont Street Experience702-2995366NEVADA STATE MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY700 Twin Lakes Dr.702-486-5205NEVADA TEST SITE HISTORY CENTER2612 Losee Rd N. Las Vegas702-295-1198OLD LAS VEGAS MORMON FORT500 W. Washington Ave.702-486-3511SOUTHERN NEVADA MUSEUM OF FINE ART1000 E. Sahara Ave.702-240-2777ST. JUDE’S RANCH AUTO MUSEUM100 St. Jude’s St. Boulder City702-294-7111THUNDERBIRD MUSEUMNellis AFB702-652-9902WALKER AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSEUM705 W. Van Buren702-647-224213 Las Vegas Relocation Guide
FunFactsRECREATIONAL ACTIVITIESYou’re in Las Vegas and you want something to do, well, you’ll be glad to know that there’s a lot more to Las Vegasthan just gambling. We have a variety of activities from golfto hiking, boating to skydiving and even some of th emost interesting museums and world class entertainment. All at your fingertips, right in your backyard. Also withLas Vegas’ geographical location, you are just a short drive away from Utah, Arizona and California. Wether youare a teen, elderly or a family, there’s always something for everyone to enjoy.NATIONAL PARKSWe have several National P arks in th e area th atyou will want to explore and discover for your self.Year-round these parks are a marvel of nature andprovide some breathtaking vistas that make forsome great photo o pps. Listed below are names o fsome National Parks that are located in the area. Death Valley National Park Grand Canyon Nat'l Park – 602-638-7888 Great Basin Nat'l Park Hoover Dam – 702-293-8367 Lake Mead Nat'l Recreation Area – 702-293-8990 Mt. Charleston – 702-872-5500 Red Rock Nat'l Conservation Area – 702-515-5350For th e latest info rmation o n driving c onditions,lodging, sig htseeing areas, and p ricing go to th eNational Park Service website athttp://www.nps.gov/parks.htmlL AKE MEADMeasuring 110-miles long, with a surface area of 274square miles, the lake has mor e than 500-miles ofshore for the thousands who, each day, boat, swim,water ski, hike and fish it. Access off Interstate 15 inNevada; U.S. Highways 93 and 95 in Nevada andArizona. Lake Mead N ational Recreation Area islocated about 30 mil es south of Las Vegas via U.S.Highway 93. The lake and surrounding area boastsfive developed beaches and marinas withcampgrounds and other services, including OvertonBeach, Echo Bay, Callville Bay, Las Vegas Bay, TempleBar a nd Boulder Beach . Boating of al l kind s andpersonal wa ter craft use are popular within L akeMead NRA. Waterskiing is a favorite activity on the14 Equity Title of Nevadabroad expanses of open water, along with kayakingand canoeing. Of course, swimming is a major formof water recreation durin g summer months w henlake tempera tures warm into the 80-degree range.No lifegu ards are present. Fishing e nthusiasts canfind some excellent s port f ishing at Lake Mead,including varieties like la rgemouth bass, r ainbowtrout, striped bass, c hannel catfi sh, black crappieand bluegill. Only a few designated trails exist in thepark, allowing those with experience to go out andexplore on their own with the help of detailed mapsand ins tructions to th e most popular ar eas. Thedesignated trails range from 0.5 to 1.25 miles. Shortdesert hikes lead to places you will never see from aboat or car. One such place is th e area of color fulsandstone forma tions n ear Red stone Picnic A reaalong Northshore Road. Another is a canyon whereIndian petroglyphs were carved in a rock wallhundreds of yea rs ago. There area eig ht cam pingsites at Lake Mead - Boulder Beach, Hemenway, LasVegas Bay, Katherine, Echo Bay, Callville Bay, TempleBar and Cot tonwood Cove. Th ere are also six RVcampgrounds with hookups. Paddlers can take tworiver trips, one runs from Hoover Dam souththrough Black Canyon on Lake Mohave; the otherbegins in upper Lake Mead and explores the westerngorges of the Grand Canyon.TOURS AND RENTALSSeven Crowns Resorts – 800-752-9669Operates houseboat and power boat concessions at LakeMead Marina, Echo Bay, Temple Bar, Arizona, andKatherine Landing on Lake Mohave, near Laughlin. Dailyhouseboat rental rates range from 300- 400 dependingon season and size of boat. Weekly rates, 1,095 - 1,975.Houseboats sleep 6-10 people. Bass, patio, small fishingand ski boats. Ski and fishing tackle rentals.
FunFactsForever ResortsOperates houseboat and power boat concessions atCallville Bay on Lake Mead and Cottonwood Cove onLake Mohave. Min. rental time f or houseboats isthree days, for power boats, two hours. Houseboatsrentals 995- 3,595 for three or four nights; 1,200 4,500 for seven nights, depending on season.Powerboats, 16 and 20 foot, rent for 400- 1,100 perweek, 60- 350 per day and 60.00 per hour, all year.For information: 800-255-5561power plant. The tour is not recommended for thosewho suffer f rom claustrophobia or for t hose usepacemakers or defibulators.For more information go to the Hoover Dam websiteat http://www.hooverdam.comAlso Lake Mead info: http://www.nps.gov/lameHOOVER DAMHoover Dam is 727 feet high, 1,244 feet long, 660 feetthick at the base, and 45 feet thick at the crest. It weighs5,500,000 tons and contains 3,250,000 cubic yards ofconcrete. Located 30 miles south east of Las Vegas onState Highway 93. A 400 passenger parking garage isadjacent to the Visitor Center. Hoover Dam VisitorCenter is open every day of the year except forThanksgiving and Christmas from 9 a. m. to 5 p.m.FeesParkig 5.00Adults 17 to 61 10.00Adults over 62 8.00Military 8.00Kids 7 to 16 4.00Kids under 6 FreeYour admission fee entitles you to the use of all facilities and services, which include: 35 minute guidedtour, 25 minute historic film, exhibit hall and scenicoverlook (If you wish not to take the tour, an exhibitticket only is available for 4)For Tour Reservations call702-293-8367The tour through the dam and power plant is 1/2mile and lasts fo r appro ximately 35 minutes. Thetour is fully accessible and wheelchairs are available.You start the tour by descending 520 feet into th ecanyon wall and then walk through a tunnel into the15 Las Vegas Relocation Guide
FunFactsRED ROCKThe Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Areais located 20 miles west of Las Vegas. With inthe boundaries of the 197,000-acre area is a13-mile scenic drive, ma ny miles of hiking tr ails,picnic a reas and a v isitors cent er with a n exhi bitroom and bookstore.Red Rock's most significant geological feature is theKeystone Thrust Fault. About 65 million years a go,two of the Earth's crustal plates collided with suchforce that pa rt of on plate of grey lime stone wasthrust up and over the younger red sandstone. Thefault ext ends from the Cottonwood Fault north tothe vicinity of La Madre M ountain. The 13-milescenic drive is a one - w ay road that also allowsbicycle traffic. Sightseeing and hiking tr ails can beaccessed from the parking areas on t he side of theroad. The scenic drive is open daily from 7 a.m. to 8p.m. The entry fee is 5 per carload, and you can alsopurchase a 20 p ass that will last you 12 months.Entrance is free for those who walk or ride their bicyclesthrough the gate. Golden Age, Gol den Access andGolden Eagle Pass es are all valid at Red Rock .Bicycles are permitted only on designated roads andtrails. The BLM advises cyclers to wear hel mets,bright clothin g, carr y water, obe y traffic laws andpay attention to drivers who may be distracted.FAVORITE SPOTSBonnie Springs - Old NevadaIt is a priv ately owned enterprise featuring areproduction of an 1880 western mining town withgunfights, hangings, melodramas, silent movies,saloons, restaurants and displays.Spring Mountain State ParkSpring Mountain Ranch, a 520-acre area located atthe base of Wilson Cliffs, offers historic tours, picnicsites and summer plays. The main house andhistoric grounds are open on select days. The picnicsites are open from 8 a.m. to dusk.WildlifeNumerous wildlife inhabit Red Rock Can yon. BLMofficials ask vi sitors n ot to fe ed an y of th e wildanimals and warn that all animals can be dangerous,especially the burros. Feeding burros enc ouragesthem to congregate on roadways where many havebeen killed or injured by vehicles.More info on Red ECREATION CENTERSCITY OF LAS VEGASValley View Recreation Center500 Harris Street702-565-2121The center features a 40,000 Square Feet space ,Gy mnasium, 3 Racque tball/Volleyball Courts, 6Mee ting/Classrooms,Multi - FitnessRoom,Multi-Use Room , Game Room, and V ending A rea.The first full-service recreation center to open in theCity of Henderson, th e Lor na J. Kesterson ValleyView Recrea tion C enter ser vices the Valley Viewarea. Located adjacent to Morrell Park. This centerservices all ages in all areas o f interest, however isbest known as being the home for the Henderson’sCivic Symphony. Monday through Friday 8 a. m. to 9p . m., Sat 9 a. m. to 5p.m., and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5p.m.16 Equity Title of Nevada
FunFactsChuck Minker Sports Complex(Next to Rivera Park)275 N. Mojave Rd.702-229-6563The Sports Complex features a Gy mnasium, 8Racque tball courts, Cardiovascular equipment,sauna & J acuzzi, 2 weight rooms, f ree & machineweights, multipurpose room, video games, andlocker rooms. Gym and multipurpose room for rent.Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. - 9:30 p.m., Saturday,9 a.m. - 5 p.m., and Sunday,10 a.m. - 4 p.m.Doolittle Community Center(Next to Doolittle Park)1950 North J St .702-229-6374The recreational cent er features fitn ess room, fullsized bask etball court, game roo m, gymnasium, 3meeting rooms, a conf erence room, and kit chenfacilities. Hours of operation: Monday throughFriday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.For more information please call.HENDERSONBlack Mountain Recreation Center and AquaticComplex599 Greenway Road702-565-2880The Black Mountain Recreation Center / AquaticComplex is the first to sport a zero-depthentry aquatic complex which features a threeloop slide, interactive water apparatus andraindrop waterfall. The complex features 41,000Square Feet, Gym, 3 Racqu etball/Volleyball Courts,6 Meeting/Classrooms, Multi - Fitness Room,Multi-Use Room, Ga me Room, Vending A rea, andBeach-entry pool. Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 1 p.m.to 5 p.m.Silver Springs Recreation Center1951 Silver Springs Parkway702-435-3814Serving the entire Green Valley area of Henderson.Whe ther it be tots to seniors, or teens to adults,you will find it at this center which like any ofthe City's full-service recreation centers is open sevendays a week. Thro ughout the summer months,enjoy the Silver Springs Outdoor SwimmingPool as well. Features a 36,000 square feet ofspace, Gym, 3 Racquetball/Volleyball Co urts,6 Meeting/Classrooms, Multi-Fitness Room Multi-UseRoom, Game Room, Vending Area, and Clubhouse.Monday through Friday 8 a. m. to 9 p.m., Saturday9 a. m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.Whitney Ranch Recreation Center &Aquatic Complex1575 Galleria Drive702-450-5885The center features 41,000 square feet space,Gy mnasium, 3 Racque tball/Walleyball Courts,2 Meeting rooms/ 3 Class rooms Dance & A erobicsRoom, Conference Room, Game Room VendingArea, Comp uter Lab, and a Boys & Girls ClubSatellite. It is the first to have a Boys & Girls ClubSatellite Center and a comp uter lab. Mondaythrough Friday 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to5 p.m., and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve &Water Reclamation Facility2400 Moser DriveHenderson, NVFollowing the mapped trails you'll find severalobservation stations with benches and signageavailable for the convenience of bird watchers andall those interested in enjoying the wonders ofnature. Larger sch ool and c ommunity groups arewelcome to make appointments for guided tours bycalling 566-2939.OPEN DAILY from 6 a.m. -3 p.m.17 Las Vegas Relocation Guide
FunFactsSUMMERLINThe Trails ParkA 28-acre linear park in The Trails Village.The Trails Park includes three lighted baseballfields, a community center and swimming pool,a children's play area, a meadow area and numerouspicnic ramadas.The Arbors Sports ParkA 60-acre joint-use facility designed and constructedby the City of Las Vegas, Clark Co unty SchoolDistrict and The Howard Hughes Corporation.The park incorporates the 42-acre camp us ofPalo Verde High School and an 18-acre sportscomplex. The complex features which includes anOlympic-size swimming pool, locker facilities,children's play area, picnic area, soccer field and twoadditional softball fields. The sports complexcomplements the facilities a nd amenities ava ilableat the high scho ol, which incl ude a footb all field,soccer field, baseball field, eight tenni s courts andsix outdoor basketball courts. Plus a 40,000-squarefoot comm unity cent er that w ill house a ful l-sizegymnasium, shower and locker facilities andmeeting and programming rooms.The Gardens Park andRecreational CenterThe center is located on 20.6 acres in The GardensVillage, is a large oval shaped park with a vari ety ofdistinctive uses including an active recreational areawith basketball and tennis courts and Summerlin'sfirst roller hockey rink and rollerblade area; acommunity cent er with ga rdens, boc ce, horseshoeand shuf fleboard courts; and a large open fe stivallawn area.NORTH LAS VEGASRecreation Center1638 N. Bruce StreetNorth Las Vegas, NV 89030702-633-160018 Equity Title of NevadaThe Recreation Center serves the entire City ofNorth Las Vegas offering a myriad o f programs fortots, teens, adults, and seniors. Th e Center is opensix days a week. In addition, the center offersoutdoor swimming programs throughout thesummer months at the City’s three municipal pools.Monday through Thursd ay 9 a.m. - 9 p.m., Friday9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.For more information on special activities pleas call.
FunFactsGOLFAngel Park Golf Club – 702-254-4653100 S. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89128Number of holes: 18,18,9 Course type: PublicAnthem Country Club – 702-914-788825 Anthem Dr., Henderson, NV 89012Number of holes: 18 Course type: PrivateBadlands Golf Club – 702-363-07549119 Alta Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89128Number of holes: 27 Course type: PublicBali Hai Golf Club – 702-450-8000Las Vegas Blvd. & Russell Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89119Number of holes: 18 Course type: PublicBlack Mountain Golf & C C – 702-56
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