Fire Safety, Restrictions and Guidelines for public lands in Southern Nevada:
No open fires on any public land, unless in an official fire pit or on shore of Lake Mead at least 100 feet from vegetation.
No smoking outside cars.
No throwing cigarettes on the ground anywhere.
No welding or similar equipment use on public lands without a permit.
Keep vehicles on designated trails. Hot catalytic converters can start fires.
Call 911 if you see or accidentally start a fire.
Keep brush and debris 100 feet clear of homes and outbuildings. Rake up and dispose of pine needles or flammable debris around structures.
No charcoal barbecues on public lands.
No steel Jacket ammunition on public lands
BLM fire restrictions prohibit:
building, maintaining, attending or using a fire, campfire, or stove fire, except a portable stove using gas, jellied petroleum or pressurized liquid fuel;
smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle;
welding, or operating an acetylene torch with open flames, except by permit;
using, or causing to be used, any explosive, except by permit;
using fireworks or firing a tracer