After 50 years at its Vegas Drive address, the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) is relocating the Southern Region Office to a new location in Las Vegas near the corner of East Sunset rd. and South Pecos rd. The new address is 3373 Pepper Lane, Las Vegas NV, 89120.
NDOW will open the new office for business at 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 26. All services will remain available through the current location at 4747 Vegas Drive until the close at 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23.
“Our goal is to provide all customer services without interruption throughout the duration of the move,” said NDOW Deputy Director Jack Robb.
As part of the move, NDOW is closing two field offices (that currently provide no counter services) in Boulder City. Boulder City staff will be relocated to the new Las Vegas office. By centralizing staff in a single office building, NDOW hopes to improve agency efficiency while reducing operational costs.
Photo: Beginning Aug. 26, NDOW will operate out of the new Southern Region Office, 3373 Pepper Lane, Las Vegas NV, 89120