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AYSO Region 808 - Pahrump Valley

Safety of Our Athletes

Despite their innocence and loveable nature, dogs destroy fields. It’s in their nature to dig, run, and relieve themselves. Not only can their playful routines damage the field integrity, but dogs cause serious health risks for athletes and children. Their waste creates a breeding ground for bacteria, attracts insects, and accelerates the premature breakdown of nearly every surface material. 

While it may seem harsh to enforce a no-dog policy, the safety of athletes, guests, and overall longevity of our fields is our utmost priority.

AYSO Pet Policy

AYSO 808 does not allow any pets on the 'playing field' during practice or games.

Town of Pahrump Dog Policy

At the present time the Town of Pahrump controls and maintains all public parks and recreational facilities within the Town boundaries. They have placed signs around the fields at Ian Deutch Park prohibiting dogs from being on the fields.

Animal Control

Animal Control provides enforcement of animal related state statutes and all ordinances under Title 6 of the Nye County Code as it pertains to animal welfare, including public health and safety, and animals-at-large.

Dogs that are on the field during practices and/or games will be reported:

Animal Control
(775) 751-6315

Nye County Sheriff's Office
(775) 751-7000

Blosser Ranch

Blosser Park is a 5-acre park with 3 acres of turf that features a dog park! A great place to go before or after games.

Blosser Park
2300 N David Street
Pahrump, NV 89060

ADA Service Animals

Disclaimer: AYSO is obligated to observe and respect existing regulations and laws regarding the presence of service animals at our fields. Service animals are defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as only dogs or miniature horses that have been trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. Other animals, whether wild or domestic, do not qualify as service animals. According to the ADA website, Board Members may ask two questions: (1) is the dog a service animal required because of a disability, and (2) what work, or task has the dog been trained to perform.

Please view the following website for more information: ADA Service Animals

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Pahrump Valley - AYSO Region 808

1600 Honeysuckle St 
Pahrump, Nevada 89048

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 775-537-4079
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