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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Clark County officials announced that various facilities will open to the public on June 1. 

Several health and safety measures will be put in place come Monday. Some of the enhanced features include: plexiglass barriers separating customers and service counters, more signage, and more notices of cleaning and sanitation practices.  Visitors will be asked to comply with all social distancing guidelines and wear face masks. A limited number of face masks will made available for the public at various centers.

WHAT'S OPEN? WHAT'S CLOSED?

County recreation and community centers will open on Monday as well. Those facilities will operate with limited capacity to the public. Senior centers will remain closed for the time being.

Public pools within the county will open later in June, according to county officials, but with limited capacity. Playgrounds will remain closed, however splash pads will open to residents beginning Monday.

Other areas opening for the public are dog parks, Wetlands Nature Center, and the County Museum. The shooting range is expected to open June 3. Parents can enroll in summer programming June 1.

Several county offices will be opening their doors come Monday. 

The Treasurer's office is asking residents making payments to do so online. Anyone how comes inside will be asked to social distance and wear masks.

For the county Recorder, paperwork is being processed on a walk-in basis at the office's front counter. The public can also submit documents via regular mail, or title companies. Anyone who comes in person will notice changes to waiting areas and the general lobby. Self-service kiosks will be available for public needs.

Anyone needing the county Assessor is being asked to submit documents via email and to call in. The office's notary service will not be available.

Business licenses are still being processed around the clock online, however owners can make appointments for in-person meeting.

Public Works services are still available online through the citizen access portal. Appointments are being schedule for face-to-face meetings.

Building and Fire prevention will open to customers by appointments.

The Environment and Sustainability Department is offering services by phone, email, and online. If anyone is arriving in-person they will be guided to make transactions electronically. 

Anyone visiting the Regional Justice Center will be required to wear masks and social distance. 

Las Vegas Justice Court Traffic Division will keep customer service windows closed until additional phases are announced. Traffic citations can be solved over phone using a call center option. If people have pending legal matters pertaining to a criminal or traffic case they are urged to contact their attorney or the Criminal Customer Service Division.

The Juvenile Division's Family Court campus will opened from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.. They will be closed for lunch from Noon to 1 p.m..

DA Family Support will be open to customers to process child support payments. The public should plan for longer wait times due to the limited capacity. Social distancing guidelines will be strictly enforce. Court hearings for DAFS will heard via video or telephone on campus. Face coverings are required for anyone visiting the campus.

If anyone is being represented by the Public Defender's office attorney communication is recommended.  The Public Defender's office is available by phone Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office is closed to public.

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