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Tuesday, September 1, 2015
ADA Section 504
Parks & Recreation: Welcome
    
Clark County Parks and RecreationClark County Parks and Recreation services the indoor and outdoor recreation needs of Southern Nevada with more than 1,600 of acres of parks and open play space, pools and water parks, recreation and senior centers, special events and sports and fitness and fine arts programming. We take pride in providing the community the opportunity to live a healthy lifestyle at affordable rates while creating and maintaining friendly and fun activities for the whole family.

Mission statement: To enrich our community through excellent parks, programs and services.

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Star Catchers Dance Program
Welcoming dancers from beginning to advanced levels in four dance genres, beginning at age 8 for hip hop, age 11 for contemporary and jazz and age 3 for ballet and continuing through young adulthood.More Information
Poet Laureate to Host Free Workshops
Poet Laureate Bruce Isaacson will conduct free workshops on the subject of “Beat Poetics” this month and in September.More Information
New Website Promotes Healthy Living in Southern Nevada
Healthy Southern Nevada is a web-based source of community health information and population data provided by the Southern Nevada Health District and community partners.More Information
Now Hiring for Aquatics Positions
Clark County Parks and Recreation is currently recruiting Lifeguards and WSIs for summer 2015!More Information
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More than 100 parks, 13 community centers and special destinations like Horseman's Park, the Clark County Amphitheater, Clark County Museum and the amazing Wetlands Park give residents and visitors alike endless options for exercise and fun through Clark County Parks & Recreation.