What We’ve Done
Save Red Rock Successes
COUNTY STANDARD PASSED in 2003Protecting Wild Animal Migration Routes in Red Rock Canyon and Adjacent Lands
NDOT INITIATIVE PASSED in 2008Build an 8-foot Wide Bike Lane Along Red Rock Canyon Scenic Byway from Summerlin to SR160
NDOT INITIATIVE PASSEDBuild 8-foot Shoulders for Cyclist and Runners on Kyle Canyon Rd. to Mt. Charleston
NDOT INITIATIVE PASSED in 2016NDOT Bike Route Being Built Along SR160 from Red Rock Junction to Mountain Springs, Mt. Potosi Pass
What We’re Doing
BIKE/PEDESTRIAN PATHWorking to Build a Multi-Use Separated Biker/Pedestrian Path Along the Red Rock Scenic Byway from Summerlin to SR160
ZONE CHANGE PROPOSALSWorking to Preserve the Rural Character of Red Rock Through Public Participation on Zone Change Proposals for the Rural Red Rock Designation
CLARK COUNTY VS SAVE RED ROCKFighting for the Right to Public Process Against a Lawsuit (Clark County vs. Save Red Rock ) Aimed at “Rendering Public Participation Moot”
32-MILE RED ROCK CANYON SCENIC LOOPWorking to Get a Bike Lane Approved Along Fort Apache to Connect and Create a 32-Mile Red Rock Canyon Scenic Loop Ride from Las Vegas
VEGAS VALLEY RIM TRAILWorking to Connect the Multi-Use Separated Bike/Pedestrian Path with the Proposed Vegas Valley Rim Trail
Save Red Rock is a grass-roots organization dedicated to preserving and enhancing the rural, recreational, educational, and scientific resources in and around the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Our Current Issue
YOU ASK. Building houses at Red Rock Canyon
A developer wants to rezone a hill near Red Rock Canyon for housing. But the group Save Red Rock says the area is not the right place for that kind of development.