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Investigation and damage assessments continue after Las Vegas Boat Harbor fire? 

BOULDER CITY, Nev. – Lake Mead National Recreation Area officials continue to investigate the fire that broke out early Sunday morning at the Las Vegas Boat Harbor. The fire damaged or destroyed several boats, as well as led to the closure of “I” and “R” docks at the marina where the fire took place.
Moving forward, park officials will work with agency partners to assess damage caused by the fire and address future cleanup, repair, and other salvage actions. This process is expected to continue for a minimum of several weeks.
NPS staff will provide updates to the community as needed. Owners of damaged boats have been notified by staff at the Las Vegas Boat Harbor, who manage patron inquiries. Specific questions regarding operations at the marina should be directed to the Las Vegas Boat Harbor staff, at (702) 293-1191.
NPS officials want to remind everyone that most of the marina — as well as the rest of Lake Mead National Recreation Area — is open for business. Although the National Park Service’s partial closure order for “R Dock” and “I Dock” remains in effect, they encourage visitors to come out and have a fun, safe weekend enjoying the rest of the park.