Clark County reopening some facilities June 1; Wetlands Park Nature Center, county museum and shooting complex to remain closed

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The Clark County Government Center. (Courtesy: Clark County)

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Clark County Government Center and other county facilities will begin to reopen to the public on Monday, June 1.

The county issued a correction Friday afternoon saying the Clark County Wetlands Park Nature Center, Clark County Museum and the Clark County Shooting Complex would remain closed until further notice after setting reopening dates for them yesterday.

According to a note on the county’s website Thursday, facilities would reopen with comprehensive enhanced health and safety measures in place in keeping with Gov. Steve Sisolak’s “Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery” reopening plan.

Clark County’s Las Vegas-area community and recreation centers will also open in a limited capacity on June 1. It’ll be open for open recreation and so that people can register for upcoming programs. 

But, centers in Clark County that cater to seniors will take a little longer to open.

The County’s aquatic facilities are expected to open later in June at a reduced capacity to abide by the social distancing guidelines. However, the actual date has yet to be announced. 

Playgrounds will continue to remain closed, but Splash pads will open on Monday, June 1. Dog parks and equestrian arenas are already open for public use.

Limited summer camp enrollment also begins Monday, June 1. 

For more information on Clark County offices that will reopen on June 1, go here.

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