Labor Day closures

Below are closings or special hours for Monday:


■ Federal offices

■ State offices

■ County offices

■ Las Vegas municipal offices

■ City of Las Vegas recreational facilities

■ North Las Vegas municipal offices

■ North Las Vegas neighborhood and Silver Mesa recreation centers

■ Henderson municipal offices

■ Boulder City municipal offices

■ Boulder City Parks and Recreation facilities

■ Clark County courts

■ U.S. Postal Service

■ Las Vegas-Clark County Library District

■ North Las Vegas Library District

■ Henderson District Public Libraries

■ Boulder City Library District

■ Clark County School District

■ College of Southern Nevada

■ University of Nevada, Las Vegas

■ Republic Services of Nevada: regular trash collection; office closed

■ Southwest Gas

■ NV Energy

■ Review-Journal: delivery as usual; office closed


Open 5 a.m. – 6 p.m.:

■ Black Mountain Recreation Center

■ Henderson Multigenerational Recreation Center

■ Henderson Multigenerational competition pool

■ Henderson Multigenerational indoor pool

■ Heritage Park Aquatic Complex

■ Heritage Park Senior Facility

■ Whitney Ranch indoor pool

Open 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.:

■ 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 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.:

■ Sports Complex (298 Arroyo Grande Blvd.)

Open 6 a.m.-2 p.m.:

■ Downtown Recreation Center

■ Downtown Senior Center

■ Silver Springs Recreation Center

■ Valley View Recreation Center

■ Whitney Ranch Recreation Center


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