District E Newsletters
Greetings District E Residents,
I hope you’re enjoying a happy and safe summer. Now is the time to remind everyone that Clark County children head back to school Aug. 27. I hope motorists will do their best to watch out for children every day of the year on our streets and sidewalks, as well as when students are going to and from school when classes resume.
Flood season also is in full swing in our community through September. Long-time residents know that only a few inches of fast-moving water can sweep you off your feet. It’s best to wait out a storm rather than to try to drive through flooded streets. Make sure your children or grandchildren do not play in the storm drains.
Our Wonders of Winchester event on July 28th was fun and educational for residents and newcomers alike. I am excited about revitalization efforts under way in the neighborhood and look forward to keeping you updated on our progress. Another event coming up in Winchester is the open house at Fire Station 14 on Aug. 18. The Southern Nevada Immunization & Health Coalition is teaming up with our Fire Department at this event to offer free immunizations, vision and dental screenings for school-aged children going back to school.
I am happy to report that the County Commission has approved the creation of a fund to support public arts projects. It’s the beginning of an effort that I hope will enhance the arts and culture in our community for years to come. A plan for spending will be presented December 4 and the revenues approved by the Board will begin at the beginning of January 2013.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact my office by email or phone at (702) 455-3503.
Commissioner, District E
In This Issue:
Tule Springs National Monument Act Introduced
Legislation is pending in Congress to designate fossil-rich Tule Springs as a national monument.
A long-time effort to preserve the fossil-rich Tule Springs area as a national monument now has the attention of Congress.
In June, bills were introduced in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives that would designate 22,650 acres as the Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument. The legislation is part of the Las Vegas Valley Public Lands and Tule Spring Fossil Beds National Monument Act. The monument would fall within the jurisdiction of the National Park Service.
Tule Springs, located on the northern edge of the Las Vegas Valley, is home to thousands of fossils of mammoths, bison, lions, sloths and other Ice-Age creatures.
There is widespread support among elected officials, local governments and residents to make the area a national monument to conserve and protect it, and enhance its educational value.
“We’ve been working to get the word out about the significance of the area since 2006,” said Jill DeStefano, founder of the group Protectors of Tule Springs. “This legislation is a huge step, but we are looking forward to passage so we can share the area with the public.”
DeStefano said designating the area as a monument will help protect and preserve it for future generations. Over time appropriate facilities could be built so the public can enjoy hikes, paleontological digs, and other activities in the area without damaging its resources.
Residents interested in learning more about the area are encouraged to visit Protectors of Tule Springs’ website at www.tulespringslv.com. You can join the group’s email list to find out about organized activities that the group sponsors periodically at Tule Springs.
Motorists in Northeast Valley Advised Of Road Closures Due to Sewer Project
Motorists traveling in the northeast part of the Valley should be aware of a sewer sewer rehabilitation project under way until at least Friday, Aug. 24.
The Clark County Water Reclamation District (District) started the project July 31. The project area includes Betty Lane between Washington Avenue and Harris, Washington Avenue from Christy Lane to Betty Lane and Christy Lane from Owens Avenue to Washington Avenue. Sewer collection lines will be replaced, relined, temporary bypass pumps and lines will be installed, and manholes will be rehabilitated.
Motorists are advised of the following road closures and lane restrictions:
Flash Flood Season Is Here
- Washington Avenue will be closed to through traffic between Betty Lane and Christy Lane during work hours. Residents along the work zone will have access to their homes. Washington Avenue will open to through traffic during the night time hours, however lane restrictions will be in place.
- Work will take place from Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Lane restrictions will be in place during non-working hours, as trenches and safety barriers will be in place. Please use caution while driving through the work zone. For more information and traffic updates on all of our projects, drivers can call the Reclamation District’s project hotline at (702) 668-8668, or visit its website. For updates, you can follow us on Twitter at http://Twitter.com/Cleanwaterteam.
Billboards located around the Valley remind residents of the dangers of driving through floodwaters.
Flash flood season is July through September, so it is important to be prepared and know what to do if you get caught in a flash flood.
The National Weather Service will declare flood watches or warnings if necessary. A Flash Flood Watch means that a flood is possible in your area. A Flash Flood Warning means that a flood is already occurring or will occur very soon.
If you are caught in a sudden, major storm, which may cause flooding, it is usually safer for you to stay where you are and wait out the storm rather than trying to drive through it. Motorists caught on the road when a major storm hits should find ground higher than the street to pull onto until the storm passes.
Remember, never drive through a flooded road or around barricades. It can be difficult to determine how deep floodwaters are and floodwaters can rise dramatically in minutes.
If you do get stuck in a stalled car, remember that it might be safer to stay with your vehicle. Fast moving water, even only a few inches deep can quickly sweep you off your feet.
Never let children or pets play in or near floodwaters, which are fast moving and can contain dangerous debris and chemicals.
For more information, please visit the Regional Flood Control District’s website.
Fire Station 14 to Host Open House On Saturday, Aug. 18
The Clark County Fire Department’s “safe house” teaches children about fire safety and will be featured at Station 14’s open house Aug. 18.
The Clark County Fire Department is hosting a community open house at Fire Station 14, located at 3260 Topaz St., near Eastern Avenue and Desert Inn Road on Saturday, Aug. 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Fire Department hosts open houses with community partners every other month on Saturdays at different neighborhood fire stations in the County so the public can obtain fire, drowning prevention and other life-safety information. Station 14 is located in Commission District E in the Winchester neighborhood.
At the upcoming event, the Southern Nevada Immunization & Health Coalition is offering free immunizations, vision and dental screenings for school-aged children. Attendees also will receive information about injury prevention, fire safety and drowning prevention. Clark County’s Fire and Building departments are sponsors of the Health District’s annual ABC&D’s of Drowning Prevention campaign, which emphasizes the need for adult supervision and barriers around swimming pools to prevent drownings.
Participating agencies include the Southern Nevada Child Drowning Prevention Coalition, American Red Cross, Nevada Child Seekers, Nevada Healthy Homes, and staff from Clark County Business License and the District Attorney’s office. The Fire Department’s fire safety house, which teaches children how to get out of their homes safely in case of fire, also will be at the event in addition to its popular “Captain Be Safe” inflatable firefighter character and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s McGruff crime dog.
Senior Energy Assistance Expo Set for Aug. 11
NV Energy is partnering with several local agencies to hold its Senior Energy Assistance Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 11, at Cashman Field, 850 N. Las Vegas Blvd, Hall A.
The event assists qualifying seniors with paying past due bills, and provides attendees with energy conservation tips, weatherization options for their home, and rebate information. Additional information on social services such as food bank, housing, medical and rental assistance will be on hand.
Attendees must have the attached parking coupon with them to avoid paying for parking.
In addition, customers should review the attached flyer for more details and the required documents they need to bring to receive assistance with their energy bills.
Clark County Students Go Back to School Aug. 27
Watch for children going to and from schools once classes resume on Aug. 27.
The first day of school for Clark County students is Monday, August 27, and motorists are being reminded to watch for children near schools and surrounding neighborhoods.
The speed limit, as posted, along school frontage zones is 15 miles per hour. State law allows speed limits for school crossings zones and school frontage zones to be in place only during times when children are present. Therefore, posted school crossings and frontages located within unincorporated Clark County generally reflect these speed restrictions from the normal posted speed limit with signs reading “When children are present” or with a flashing beacon. Make sure they take off head phones and don't talk on cell phones when crossing the street.
In addition, Clark County partners with the School District and other local jurisdictions on a community-wide suggested Safe Routes to School Program. The Department of Public Works maintains an annual inventory of school-related traffic control devices within the two-mile walking radius of elementary and middle schools located in the County. Parents and guardians can use the information to designate a route for their children to and from school. The information is available on maps which can be printed for each elementary and middle school from the link above.
Health District Offers Update On Immunization Services
Starting Wednesday, Aug. 1, the Southern Nevada Health District will begin its back-to-school immunization service at, 330 S. Valley View Blvd., at Meadows Lane. School immunizations will be available at the clinic Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Health District plans to relocate all of its services to the Valley View location in phases in the future. In the meantime, various services are being offered at alternate locations in the valley. Check the Health District’s building closure page on its website for updated information on available services, or call the Health District’s information line at (702) 759-INFO (4636). A partial summary of services and the locations where they can be obtained is listed below:
Food Handlers Now Required to Get Online Training Before Receiving Health Card
- East Las Vegas Public Health Center, 560 N. Nellis Boulevard., Suites D1 and E12, at Stewart Avenue, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. – birth and death certificates, health cards, immunizations.
- Cambridge Community Outreach Center, 3930 Cambridge St., near Maryland Parkway & Flamingo, Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., closed from 12 p.m. to 12:45 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; closed from 12 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. – health cards.
- Henderson Public Health Center, 520 E. Lake Mead Pkwy near Burkholder Boulevard, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.: Birth and death certificates, travel vaccinations.
- Sexual Health Clinic, 400 Shadow Lane, Suite 106, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. - STD/HIV testing.
The Southern Nevada Health District now requires food handlers to get food handler training online before coming to its office to receive a health card.
The new online training replaces the movie food handlers were required to see at the Health District. Now you must complete the online training before coming to the Health District to apply for your health card.
To take the online training, go to the Health District’s website
and click on the food safety training link. Print the certificate of completion and bring it with you to get your health card. The cost of the training is free.
If you do not have access to a computer or need assistance using a computer, there are resources available at Nevada Public Computer Centers (702) 608-5245 or Vegas PBS (702) 799-1010. More information is available in this attachment
, including a list of Urban League locations that offer free Internet access for taking the online training. For further information, call the Health District at: (702) 759-1099.
Cambridge Family Health Center Hosts Meet & Greet Aug. 7
The Cambridge Family Health Center is hosting a meet and greet on Tuesday, Aug. 7
, from 4 p.m to 6 p.m. The facility is located at 3900 Cambridge St., Suite 102, behind the Cambridge Community Center.
Participants can meet the medical professionals who serve the center, tour the facility and enjoy snacks. If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP at (702) 220-9918 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
See the attached flyer
for more information.
Commission Approves Arts Fund
The Clark County Commission approved the creation of a fund to support public art projects. Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani proposed the fund to enhance culture in the community and encourage the use of the arts as a way to diversify the economy.
The money for the fund would come from room and property taxes that currently aren't set aside for any other programming and would be capped at $1.25 million. The County only spent about $19,000 on arts projects last year. We will join city of Las Vegas and Reno with public arts funding.
The Parks and Recreation Department is scheduled to present a plan to the Commission in December on how to administer the program. Artists would be able to submit proposals to a selection committee comprised of Parks and Recreation employees and artists not competing in the project funding process.
Commissioners would review the plan annually, and could suspend any funding allocations if warranted by economic circumstances.
Local Students Lend Talents To Mural Project This Summer
Students painted the mural at Desert Inn Road and McLeod Drive in June.
SBI art team members from left include: Alyse Williams, Megan Anderson, Holly Haywood, Eric Alas, Kaila Gay, Benjamin Muro, Keenan Patton.
Students participating in the Summer Small Business Institute (SBI) art team lent their talents to a mural project along a bridge located on the south side of Desert Inn Road, just east of McLeod Drive.
The art team spent four days working on the mural, and included young campers enrolled in the Winchester Arts and Learning Summer Camp program in the project.
The SBI arts team also has done other projects this summer. They painted a mural at the Vegas Roots Community Garden on Tonopah Drive near Washington Avenue. They painted the backdrop for a play presented at the Winchester Theater, and they are now working on a project to redesign the interior of the sports equipment rental building at Sunset Park.
SBI is a paid summer internship program for high school students and college freshman. The program is a partnership between Clark County, Workforce Connections, the Clark County School District and more than 80 area businesses. There are 120 local students participating in SBI this summer.
Commission Honors Local Olympians Participating in Summer Games
Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani joins other commissioners to honor three Olympic athletes. Pictured with proclamations from left to right are Amanda Bingson, Khadevis Robinson, and Michael Hunter.
The County Commission honored three local Olympic athletes who are competing in the summer Olympics in London.
Olympic athletes Amanda Bingson, Michael Hunter and Khadevis Robinson received proclamations in July from the Commission wishing them well at the games.
Bingson is a graduate of Silverado High School and a senior at UNLV, where she has been an NCAA All-American. Bingson will be competing in the hammer throw in London. This is her first Olympics.
Hunter, who is also appearing in his first Olympics, is a heavy weight boxer who has been a three-time national champion and Golden Gloves winner. Hunter is a graduate of Palo Verde High School.
Robinson is the head coach of the UNLV cross country team and an assistant UNLV track coach. He is competing in the 800 meter race in London. Robinson is an eight-time national champion, and he also competed in the 2004 Olympics.
National Night Out Events Set for Aug. 7
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department wants to empower neighbors to come together to prevent crime in their neighborhoods by participating in National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 7.
National Night Out is a community-based program that brings citizens and police officers together to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for local anti-crime programs, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-citizen relations, and send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
This year, Metro Area Commands have helped coordinate dozens of neighborhood events. The following National Night Out events are closest to District E and open to the general public:
Palos Verdes Community Project
Where: Albert Street cul-de-sac and Palos Verdes
When: 6 - 8 p.m.
What: There will be carnival-type games for all the kids with information provided about crime prevention.
Rex Bell Elementary School
Where: 2900 Wilmington Way
When: 6 p.m.
What: LVMPD will bring information to neighbors about National Night Out in conjunction with a Back to School Fair.
Desert Breeze Park
Where: 8425 W. Spring Mountain Road
When: 6 - 8:30 p.m.
What: LVMPD will host an event with 15 booths set up by community businesses providing safety and health information, 20-30 vendors giving away free food and drinks. SWAT will also be there.
Where: 6605 Las Vegas Blvd South
When: 5 - 9 p.m.
What: LVMPD and the National Association of Town Watch (NATW) at Town Square will host an event that includes kids fingerprinting, a meeting with Smokey the Bear and McGruff the Crime Dog. Also, SWAT, the Clark County Fire Department fire house, the K-9 Unit, LVMPD Mounted Units will be there.
There will be more than 30 National Night Out events in Las Vegas this year. However, in keeping with the philosophy of National Night Out, many of these events are for neighborhood residents only. For neighbors-only National Night Out locations contact the crime prevention specialist at your local area command. For more information visit www.nationalnightout.org.
Wonders of Winchester Event Touts Areas’s History, Charms
This School District photo shows the Winchester neighborhood in 1969. Beckley Elementary School is featured in the foreground. In the background, is a wash where the Winchester Cultural Center was built in 1982.
The recent “Wonders of Winchester” event at the Winchester Community Center drew businesses, residents and artists interested in learning more about the neighborhood.
Clark County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani hosted the event at the Winchester Cultural Center with County agencies and non-profit groups to highlight the community’s charms, history and plans for its future.
A topic of discussion was a Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) effort to repair about 50 foreclosed and vacant homes in Winchester. About half of the homes will be sold to households eligible for the NSP by the non-profit developer, Housing For Nevada. The other half will be maintained as long-term affordable rental housing by the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority.
The acquisition of houses through the NSP program is under way and will continue through next summer. Houses will be brought up to standard for County building codes, health and safety, and energy efficiency. NSP funds are allocated by the federal government to Clark County with a goal of redeveloping and revitalizing communities hit hard by the foreclosure crisis while providing affordable housing opportunities. This project is one of many NSP activities managed and administered by Clark County.
Local artists are using their talents to help spruce up the properties that are part of the Winchester revitalization effort. Artists will tailor ideas to the needs of a particular house through such means as color scheme selection, landscape design and creating new gates, block walls, and doors as artwork.
Winchester’s boundaries are Sahara Avenue on the north, Boulder Highway on the east, Desert Inn Road on the south and Industrial Road on the west. Within its borders are the Las Vegas Country Club and a stretch of the Las Vegas Strip that included the old Stardust and Sahara hotel-casinos and existing properties such as the Riviera, Circus Circus and the former Las Vegas Hilton, now called LVH. The Las Vegas Convention Center is also in Winchester.
Artist Sought to Design Nevada’s 150th Birthday Logo
In honor of Nevada’s 150th anniversary as a state next year, birthday planners are seeking the help of a volunteer artist to design a logo to be used to publicize the year-long, statewide celebration.
The state’s Sesquicentennial Planning Committee, working with the Nevada Cultural Affairs Foundation, has issued a request for proposals for a design to reflect the 150th anniversary of Nevada statehood and theme “Battle Born. Nevada Proud.”
Logo submissions are due at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012.
Celebrations for Nevada’s 150th birthday will begin on Nevada Day, Oct. 31, 2013 and last through Nevada Day, 2014.
Project applicants are required to submit 10 copies of the proposal that include color copies of the logo design and flash drives, CDs or DVDs with the logo design used in at least three applications. There is no budget to pay for the creation of a logo. However, the creator will receive public recognition for designing the state’s official 150th anniversary logo.
The committee expects to select a winner by Sept. 14, 2012.
Additional information is available on the planning committee’s Nevada 150 website.
The committee is working to develop statehood 150th anniversary events that celebrate Nevada’s history and culture, and connect all communities throughout the state.
Building Dept. Amnesty Program Open Through Sept. 30
Residents have until Sept. 30 to participate in a Clark County Building Department amnesty program that encourages homeowners to come forward to report residential construction work done without permits.
During the amnesty period, the Building Department will waive penalties for self-disclosed work. The program is open to residential property owners in unincorporated Clark County. Participants will be subject to paying normal fees for permits, inspections and plan reviews, but not penalties.
Fees for residential-related construction range from $150 to $400, depending on the project. The Building Department’s Permit Application Center is located at 4701 W. Russell Road. Operational hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. The Building Department’s phone number is: (702) 455-3000.
Building officials say the most common residential projects built on residential property without the necessary permits include garage conversions, room additions, patio covers and water heater installations.
Fire Station 18 Accepting Unused Fireworks
The Clark County Fire Department is asking the public to turn in any unused fireworks from the Fourth of July so they can be safely destroyed.
The public can drop off fireworks at Fire Station 18 at 575 E. Flamingo Road or Fire Station 76 in Laughlin at 50 E. Laughlin Circle Drive.
Only fireworks labeled “safe and sane” are legal for use in Clark County, and only from June 28 through July 4 when it’s legal for authorized dealers to sell them. After July 4, it’s no longer legal to possess any fireworks in Clark County.
This summer fireworks sparked two large fires over the Independence Day holiday. One, on July 3, caused $150,000 damage to a home and displaced a family of five. Another, on July 5, destroyed two apartment buildings. This fire caused $1.5 million in damage, displaced 50 people, and sent four people to the hospital.
Pawn Stars Day
Richard, “The Old Man” Harrison, accepts a proclamation from the County Commission on July 17. A chair used by U.S. Senator Patrick McCarran is on loan at the Clark County Museum thanks to the stars of “Pawn Stars.”
The County Commissioners recently proclaimed July 17 "Pawn Stars/Gold & Silver Pawn Day" on the Las Vegas Strip and throughout Clark County.
Richard “The Old Man” Harrison, the patriarch of "Gold & Silver Pawn" and a star of the show, accepted the proclamation. He also presented the County with a $1,000 donation to the Clark County Museum, and loaned the museum a historic chair used by U.S. Sen. Patrick McCarran while serving in the United States Senate from 1933 through 1954. The museum, located at 1830 S. Boulder Highway in Henderson, will have the chair on display through Dec. 20.
Commissioners praised Harrison and his show for putting a spotlight on the museum and boosting attendance and revenues there.
Pawn Stars is the No. 1 show on cable television with almost 8 million viewers nightly. The show often features County Museum Administrator Mark Hall-Patton as an expert authenticator, and even films at the museum on occasion.
This year, attendance at the Clark County Museum (excluding school tours) is up 84 percent. When school tours are included, the overall number of visitors to the museum is up 73 percent – from 20,675 in Fiscal Year 2011 to 35,827 visitors in Fiscal Year 2012. Each fiscal year ends June 30.
Pawn Stars also has brought positive recognition to greater Clark County, Las Vegas and the pawn industry. The show airs on Monday at 10 p.m. on History channel 43. The stars of the show have become accidental ambassadors for our community in their national and international travels. Downtown Las Vegas has benefited from the show, too, which brings more than 4,000 tourists a day to the area. Pawn Stars and Gold & Silver Pawn have won awards in Clark County and across the United States for the positive effect on their industry and success in business operations.
Commissioners also praised Pawn Stars for regularly hosting Make A Wish fans and others who are facing challenges in their lives. Pawn Stars and Gold & Silver Pawn donate $1 from each T-shirt sold to charity, totaling more than $10,000 each month.
Applications Sought Through Aug. 3 For Wildlife Advisory Board
Clark County is accepting applications through Friday, Aug. 3, for two open positions on the Clark County Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife.
The positions are voluntary and last three terms. The Wildlife Advisory Board solicits and evaluates local opinion and advises the Nevada Wildlife Commission on matters related to wildlife. Appointed members of this board are selected from the hunting, trapping, angling or farming and ranching community. This board receives its mandate from Nevada Revised Statute 501.260.
Interested parties must fill in, print and sign the application and return it by the deadline per instructions on the form.
Springs Preserve Upcoming Events
The following upcoming events will take place at the Springs Preserve in August. For more information about events at the Springs Preserve, please call (702) 822-7700.
A Night at the Museum: A Bug’s Life at the Springs Preserve
Saturday, August 11, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Local parents who want a few hours to themselves -- without getting "bugged" -- will have that chance when the Springs Preserve hosts its next kids-only "Night at the Museum." Parents can drop their kids off at the Springs Preserve for a safe night of entertainment including a screening of the G-rated animated film, "A Bug's Life." The evening will feature various kid-friendly group activities and tours, snacks and a pizza dinner. Admission is $25 per child, ages 5 to 12. Members receive a $5 discount. Reservations are required. Registration deadline is Aug. 8. Only 125 spots are available for this event.
Bugs! at the Springs Preserve
Now through August 31, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
They crawl. They sting. They hiss. And we run! Let's face it, desert tarantulas, bark scorpions and centipedes aren't exactly the most charming creatures. But our desert can't do without them. See them up close in this twice-daily live animal show (11 a.m. and 1 p.m.). Admission is free for members or included with general admission.
Envenomators: The Venomous Snakes of North America at the Springs Preserve
Now through Sept. 16, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
"Envenomators" tells the story of four venomous snakes indigenous to North America: Copperhead, Cottonmouth, Coral and Rattlesnake. Visitors to the exhibit will explore the surprising secret lives of these venomous beauties, while dispelling our misconceptions of these very beneficial animals whose reputations are unfortunately based more on fear than fact. Admission is free for members or included with general admission.
Bet on the Farm! Farmers Market at the Springs Preserve
Every Thursday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bet on the Farm! Farmers Market is a sustainable local farmers market created by B&B Hospitality Group partners Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich. It features a variety of fruits, vegetables and herbs, as well as nuts, dairy products, coffee, and more—all grown and produced locally or regionally. Admission to the Farmers Market is free. Vendors accept cash only. Regular admission prices apply for access to the Springs Preserve’s museums and galleries. For more information, visit www.betonthefarm.com.
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