2001 – 2005
2001, Worked with community to fight Red Rock Major Development threat
May 2003, Helped Design the Red Rock Overlay District
2005 Started SaveRedRock.com community grassroots organization to honor a friend/metro officer’s life with a legacy of safety and dedication for Red Rock
2005-2006, Hosted NDOT safety Charettes to address recreation danger on the 159 Red Rock Scenic Byway.
2005, First of 10 Save Red Rock Rallies
2005-2009, Separated Bike Path (Red Rock Legacy Trail) Programmatic EA studied and published as the #1 Public Response to NDOT Safety Charettes
2007, Hosted first of 11 Annual Diamond Kid Junior Triathlons and Fun Runs and summer youth swim teams.
2007, Hosted first of 12 Annual Jam at the Barn Red Rock Indie Music festivals
June 2007, SB 128 state law passed: commercial trucking restrictions implemented on RR Scenic Byway
2008, Worked with NDOT to build 12 foot shoulders for bikes on Scenic Byway (the shoulders were only 2 feet before) This was another top public alternative from the Safety Charrettes.
2008, Worked with NDOT on Scenic Byway resurfacing with traffic calming devices and 3m reflective striping.
May 2009, AB 276 state law passed: wildlife range fencing for the Red Rock Scenic Byway
2009, First of 5 Save Red Rock Road Biking Events
July 2009, Red Rock Safety Speed Zone created and speed limit reduced to 50 mph
2011 – 2015
March 2012, Hosted Rock Out For Red Rock Benefit Concert and Rally by Imagine Dragons and guests, Cynics, Play for Keeps and Avalon Landing, at the Hard Rock Cafe
2014, Worked with NDOT to install New traffic safety lights on the Blue Diamond Highway
March 2016, Red Rock Rally at Lifetime Fitness, road biking, mountain biking, running races and free speech rally to Keep Red Rock Rural
2016, Firearm and open fire danger restrictions signage in Lovell Canyon
June 2016, Installed bike lane rumble strip gaps on SR 160 for cycling safety
2016, Delived petition for Lovell Canyon shooting restrictions to County Commissioners
Oct. 2016, Rock Out For Red Rock Benefit Concert and Rally: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock, Punk Rock, Red Rock: Zabi, Go Bold, Lektra Lights, Illicitor, Brock Fabrielle
2016-2017, SRR Volunteers remove 8 dumpsters of litter from Lovell Canyon
Dec. 2016, The Killers Rock Band promote petition to Keep Red Rock Rural
Dec. 2016, Hosted Red Rock Rally at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park, Fun Run, Bike Ride, Family Hike, Yoga
2017, Formed Red Rock Legacy Trails Partnership
Since 2017, Hosted first annual Red Rock Challenge Running Race from Spring Mountain Ranch
Feb 2017, Save Red Rock awarded community development corporation non-profit 501c3 status
Feb 2017, Presented 50,000-signature petition to County Commissioners
Feb 2017, Obtained non-profit status for Save Lovell Canyon
2017, Formed Lovell Canyon Task Force with US Forest Service, LV Metropolitan Police, conservation group
2018, hundreds of supporters including celebrities, The Killers, Alex Honnold, Imagine Dragons, TJ Lavin support Save Red Rock’s rally to “Keep Red Rock Rural” at a Clark County development hearing.
2018, Fought for Red Rock tortoise habitat and mobility in CC Lands Bill
Jan 2019, Saved 3000 acres adjacent to Red Rock Canyon from a development “disposal” land transfer
2019, Initiated the Save Red Rock Attitude of Gratitude campaign forthe Land and Water Conservation Fund
2020, Awarded federal funding for Phase 1 of the Red Rock Legacy Trails.
2020, Applied for $70 million in SNPLMA funding for Red Rock projects
2020, BLM application for $38 million in funding for Zones 2-4 of the Red Rock Legacy Trail
2020, Ran a rock climbing and mountain biking video ad campaign for the Great American Outdoors Act
Jan. 2020, Worked with Federal delegation to expand the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area by 50,000 acres in the Southern Nevada Education and Development Act
2020, County awarded Zone 5 design and construction to begin on the Red Rock Legacy Trail System
Dec. 2020, Hosted #nomoreghostbikes memorial and bike safety event
2021, Working with SNVBC, agencies and cycling community on 3 part cycling safety campaign
Starting Nov. 16, 2021, Annual Red Rock Canyon Birthday Celebration and Fundraising Gala