U.S. Bureau Of Land Management

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  • Julio Romero
  • 6 months ago
Was parked on the side of a road no markings of no trespassing or do not park and you still decided to graffiti my truck very unprofessional

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Address: 4701 N Torrey Pines Dr, Rancho, Las Vegas, Nevada  89130, US
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U.S. Bureau of Land Management is a Federal government office located at 4701 N Torrey Pines Dr, Rancho, Las Vegas, Nevada  89130, US.

The business is listed under federal government office, conservation department category. It has received 9 reviews with an average rating of 4 stars.

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Reviews:

  • Julio Romero
  • 6 months ago
Was parked on the side of a road no markings of no trespassing or do not park and you still decided to graffiti my truck very unprofessional
  • LV Mobile Mechanics
  • 7 months ago
While I was at red rock yesterday with my family a ranger came and started talking to a group of moped riders one moped rider left abruptly and while he did so the ranger took his gun out and pointed it at the back of the man riding the moped also in the direction of many 30+ other civilians . He then got in his truck followed the moped rider where he then stopped traffic on 159 and was aiming again his pistol at 2 unarmed moped riders while they were hiding behind cars also endangering many other motorists on the road all over a unarmed man on a moped .
  • Daniel Sherer
  • 10 months ago
Very nice location, well-kept inside and out. Staff was very friendly and helpful. I just needed my veterans National Parks Pass, they got it issued quickly and efficiently.
  • Christine A
  • 1 year ago
They don't answer their phones. Needed to ask if I could pick up an annual National Parks pass here. I ended up getting one at the entrance booth to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area which is open till 8:00 pm during this time of year.
  • K G
  • 2 years ago
It's true, the employees are "nice" = they treat everyone with the same decency and respect. They also take the time to answer any and all questions. Chris is great. If he answers I say " Hey Chris it's Kris, the one being poisoned from her own water (in 89104 from Mt. Charleston they call Kyle Canyon, however land is patent to my GPA where it shows the water is coming from, THEFT ) ", Oh Hey Kris how are you doing?". It's a Cheers type of environment. This goes for all offices in Nevada. Every single person, male or female has either rushed me patents or returned my calls immediately. I have the upmost respect for this branch of the Government. Coming from me, this speaks volumes. Thank you, honestly. KLS1

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"Was parked on the side of a road no markings of no trespassing or do not park and you still decided to graffiti my truck very unprofessional"

"While I was at red rock yesterday with my family a ranger came and started talking to a group of moped riders one moped rider left abruptly and while he did so the ranger took his gun out and pointed it at the back of the man riding the moped also in the direction of many + other civilians . He then got in his truck followed the moped rider where he then stopped traffic on and was aiming again his pistol at 2 unarmed moped riders while they were hiding behind cars also endangering many other motorists on the road all over a unarmed man on a moped ."

"Very nice location, well-kept inside and out. Staff was very friendly and helpful. I just needed my veterans National Parks Pass, they got it issued quickly and efficiently."

"They don't answer their phones. Needed to ask if I could pick up an annual National Parks pass here. I ended up getting one at the entrance booth to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area which is open till 8: pm during this time of year."

"It's true, the employees are "nice" = they treat everyone with the same decency and respect. They also take the time to answer any and all questions. Chris is great. If he answers I say " Hey Chris it's Kris, the one being poisoned from her own water (in from Mt. Charleston they call Kyle Canyon, however land is patent to my GPA where it shows the water is coming from, THEFT ) ", Oh Hey Kris how are you doing?". It's a Cheers type of environment. This goes for all offices in Nevada. Every single person, male or female has either rushed me patents or returned my calls immediately. I have the upmost respect for this branch of the Government. Coming from me, this speaks volumes. Thank you, honestly. KLS1"

U.S. Bureau of Land Management has 4 stars from 9 reviews.

The address of U.S. Bureau of Land Management is 4701 N Torrey Pines Dr, Rancho, Las Vegas, Nevada, US.

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