Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-05-04 00:22:07 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — The National Park Service (NPS) says the slopes of Echo Bay, Temple Bar and South Cove have moved to pipe mats as the water level on Lake Mead has dropped.
Pipe mats are recycled steel cooling pipes recycled from an abandoned coal-fired power plant to temporarily extend concrete launch lamps to provide a surface for people to launch boats. Can be used for.
Each location has two lanes that can be used for launch.
According to the NPS, maintenance crews are installing and relocating pipe mats to maintain access to water, but there are temporary closures and delays at all launch sites during the summer.
For the latest firing lamp status, please visit: NPS.gov.