Formerly known as Charleston Heights Park, this park is in the midst of a makeover.
The project includes construction of a 5,783-square-foot community center with attached 550-square-foot park restroom building, new parking lot, basketball court, new drinking fountain, park renovations, turf areas, landscaping, unique playground equipment, walking paths, site lighting and site improvements for handicapped-accessible concrete walkways.
The planned state-of-the-art community center will include a true tech center. The new community center will provide the infrastructure to accommodate high-tech uses, allowing youth, as well as adults, to create computer games, participate in esports, and produce movies in front of a green screen. Local youth, along with representatives of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, deputy city marshals, local schools, esports and area churches, provided input into the design of the facility.
The existing park restroom, tennis courts and existing park features will be demolished. However, great care has been taken by the architect KNIT to preserve as many existing trees as possible and to add new landscaping.
Amenities to come
- High-tech community center
- Basketball court
- Jogging/walking path
- Drinking Fountain
- Plenty of open space