Northwest Regional Park Master Plan

Las Vegas, Nevada

The City of Las Vegas believes in parks and open spaces as critical components to creating an exceptional quality of life for its residents. To that end, the City of Las Vegas engaged LGA to develop a long term Master Plan for a new Regional Park in Northwest Las Vegas. The 160 gross acre park is envisioned to provide vital and extensive recreational opportunities for northwest valley residents. 

The site is located on the northwest corner of Log Cabin Way and El Capitan Way and includes new little league fields, adult baseball fields, soccer fields, an indoor soccer field house, and indoor and outdoor aquatics center, and allocated space for a future high school and library.  Traversing the site is the historical railroad bed from the former Las Vegas to Tonopah Railroad Line.  This site contained the Tule Springs or Ten Mile station and was the former site of a railroad construction camp as evidenced by historical artifacts found on site.

The new Regional Park will provide needed recreation and cultural amenities to northwest Las Vegas and will serve as the starting point for trails connecting to the Tule Springs Fossils National Monument.  Over the next few years, several new developments will be constructed in northwest Las Vegas making this new park even more important to the resident’s quality of life.

 

Client

City of Las Vegas in conjunction with Clark County, Nevada

Role

Prime Architect

Services Performed

Programming
Master Planning
Phasing Planning
Budgeting

Size

160 Acres

The park will  incorporate a railroad theme complete with interpretive areas around the historic rail line and construction camp.