Fourth of July closures

Fourth of July closures

Offices that are closed over the Fourth of July holiday:

Federal offices: closed

State offices: closed

County offices: closed

Las Vegas municipal offices: closed

Las Vegas Parks and Recreation: closed

North Las Vegas municipal offices: closed

North Las Vegas Parks and Recreation: closed

Silver Mesa and Neighborhood Recreation Centers close Thursday at 1 p.m.; open Saturday at 9 a.m.

Prentiss Walker, Hartke and Silver Mesa swimming pools close Thursday at 1 p.m.; open Friday at 9 a.m.

Henderson Parks and Recreation:

Open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday

Black Mountain Aquatic Complex, BMI Outdoor Swimming Pool; Henderson Multigenerational Activity Pool; Silver Springs Outdoor Swimming Pool, Wells Outdoor Swimming Pool, Whitney Ranch Activity Pool.

Open 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday: Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve

Pool and recreational facilities closed on Friday: Black Mountain Recreation Center, Downtown Recreation Center, Downtown Senior Center, Henderson Multigenerational Center, Henderson Multigenerational competition pool, Henderson Multigenerational indoor pool, Heritage Park Aquatic Complex, Heritage Park Senior Facility, Silver Springs Recreation Center, sports office, Valley View Recreation Center, Whitney Ranch Recreation Center.

Boulder City municipal offices: closed

Boulder City Parks and Recreation: closed

Clark County courts: closed

U.S. Postal Service: closed

Las Vegas-Clark County Library District: closed

North Las Vegas Library District: closed

Henderson District Public Libraries: closed

Boulder City Library District: closed

Clark County School District: closed

College of Southern Nevada: closed

UNLV: closed

Republic Services of Nevada: regular trash collection; office closed

Southwest Gas: business office closed; emergency services available

NVEnergy: business office closed; emergency services always open

Review-Journal: delivery as usual

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