City of North Las Vegas unveils new mural at Neighborhood Recreation Center

The City of North Las Vegas will unveil the work of Graffiti Park LLC at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 10 at the Neighborhood Recreation Center, 1638 N. Bruce Street. Join Ward 1 Councilman Isaac Barron, Graffiti Park, LLC artists and community members for a ribbon-cutting and meet-and-greet to mark the occasion!

The murals can be enjoyed from the adjacent Hartke Park, which was reconstructed by the City and reopened in 2021. Neighborhood Recreation Center offers a variety of recreational activities and programs for all ages. The center includes a fitness facility, neighborhood café and more! For more information, visit

Graffiti Park is a coalition of more than 150 Las Vegas artists dedicated to developing unique, sustainable opportunities for the creation of ambitious art projects in local communities by promoting collaboration over competition. For more information, visit

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