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3/22/2023 - PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC HEARING PER EXECUTIVE ORDER 2023-003 PROVIDING FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF REGULATIONS OF THE NEVADA DIVISION OF STATE PARKS
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The Nevada Division of State Parks will be holding a public hearing to receive comments from all interested persons regarding the comprehensive review of all regulations administered and enforced by the Division. Date: Monday, April 17, 2023 Time: 4:00 p.m. PST Physical Location: Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Tahoe Conference Room 901 S. Stewart St, 2nd Floor. Carson City, NV 89701 Remote Information: Join on your computer, mobile app or room device via Microsoft Teams. Meeting ID: 226 698 007 992 Passcode: 5BGdyf Or call in (audio only) +1 775-321-6111, 485165874# Phone Conference ID: 485 165 874# Speakers should MUTE their devices while listening, except when making public comment. ALL PERSONS WISHING TO ATTEND THE MEETING MAY ATTEND IN PERSON OR VIA THE IDENTIFIED VIRTUAL MEETING PLATFORM OR TELEPHONICALLY.
Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 287 has been amended through AB 253 of the 81st Session of the Nevada Legislature to allow public meetings to be completed by use of remote technology and without a physical location.
This hearing will be conducted in accordance with the Open meeting Law (NRS 241.020)
The purpose of the hearing is to solicit recommended changes to existing regulation pertaining to the administration of the Nevada Division of State Parks authorized in NAC 407. A copy of all materials relating to the review of the existing regulation may be obtained by visiting the Nevada Division of State Parks website at https://parks.nv.gov/about/public-notices or by contacting the Nevada Division of State Parks at 775-684-2770 or email@example.com. Copies may also be requested or inspected by visiting the Nevada Division of State Parks office located in Carson City or the Nevada State Library and Archives at 100 Stewart Street, Carson City, NV 89701. A reasonable fee for copying or postage may be charged for those requesting a print copy. Members of the public who would like additional information about a proposed regulation may contact the Nevada Division of State Parks at 775-684-2770 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Persons wishing to make oral comment upon the existing regulations of the Nevada Division of State Parks may participate in the scheduled hearing. Persons wishing to submit written testimony or documentary evidence may submit the material by emailing email@example.com or by mailing to the following address: Nevada Division of State Parks 901 S. Stewart St., Ste. 5005 Carson City, NV 89701.
Reasonable efforts will be made for members of the public who have disabilities and require special accommodation for assistance at the meeting. Please contact the Department at 775-684-2770 or firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the meeting.
Notice of this meeting was posted on or before 9:00 am, fifteen days before the meeting, at the following locations:
• Nevada Division of State Parks website https://parks.nv.gov/about/public-notices
• Nevada Public Notice at https://notice.nv.gov/
• Nevada Legislative Administrative Regulation Notices https://www.leg.state.nv.us/App/Notice/A/
• Grant Sawyer Building, 555 E. Washington Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101
• Richard Bryan Building, 901 S. Stewart Street, Carson City, NV 89701
4/26/22 - Reservation System Coming to Nevada State Parks! All campgrounds and day-use parks remain on a first-come, first-served basis until the reservation system is implemented.
Nevada State Parks is in the process of securing and implementing a reservation system in order to enhance the overall visitor experience and sustainably manage Nevada’s natural resources. Currently, all camping at Nevada State Parks is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please read the list of Frequently Asked Questions below for additional information. This page will be updated as more information becomes available.
Reservation System Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why is Nevada State Parks implementing a reservation system?
A: Over the past several years, as more and more people turn to the outdoors as a vacation destination, Nevada State Parks has welcomed a record number of visitors. In response to the increased demand for camping and day-use facilities, and to effectively and sustainably manage Nevada’s natural resources, State Parks is in the process of selecting and implementing a reservation system.
Q: When will the reservation system be launched?
A: We are currently in the contract phase and do not have a scheduled launch date, however, we hope to have the first parks online by fall of 2023.
Q: How will the reservation system be rolled out?
A: Parks will be phased into the reservation system over time. Once the reservation system is launched, check with the park you are planning to visit to see if they are currently on the system.
Q: What types of reservations will be available in the future?
A: Nevada State Parks plans to offer reservations at campsites and cabins, as well as day-use reservations at select parks, and event reservation for special events.
Q: Why will Nevada State Parks require reservations for some day-use parks such as Sand Harbor?
A: Visitation has increased dramatically at parks such as Sand Harbor over the past decade, resulting in increased public safety risks and extended wait times for parking spaces. Limited parking, combined with high visitation, leads to unsafe illegal parking on highways. The reservation system will better manage visitation levels, allow visitors to plan their trip in advance, and reduce overcrowding. In this way, the system will improve the overall visitor experience while also enhancing the protection and preservation of the surrounding natural resources.
Q: Do any state parks currently offer reservations?
A: Some Nevada State Parks with cabins or group-use areas require an advanced reservation. These reservations are handled by each individual park. Please contact the park you plan to visit to find out how to reserve an accommodation.