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Siegfried and Roy Park

Kimley-Horn designed and provided landscape architecture services for the 20-acre Siegfried and Roy Park in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Kimley-Horn designed the 20-acre Siegfried and Roy Park located in the northwest corner of East Russell Road and South Maryland Parkway in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The new Siegfried and Roy Park park includes vehicular entrances from E. Russell Road and Lady Marlene Avenue that lead to separate parking lots. Structures for the park include two restroom buildings, two trash enclosures, ten small picnic shelters, one medium picnic structure, one large picnic structure, six steel shade trellises, and ten fabric shade elements.

The park’s amenities include playground equipment on a rubberized play surface, a splash pad, tennis courts, bocce ball courts, and horseshoe pits. Our landscape architects included lawn areas and rolling desert covered in granite mulch which also incorporate trees, shrubs, and ground covers irrigated by drip and spray. Stabilized granite paths and concrete walks are located throughout the park and asphalt driving surfaces. Additionally, the site includes amenities include benches, trash receptacles, grills, signage, lighting, and exercise stations.

Except for path lighting, all park lighting is controlled via a central controller system and can be monitored remotely. Electrical connections for the park irrigation system, restrooms, and splash pad equipment were also included in the design. The solar path lighting are self-contained units; however, infrastructure (conduit and pull boxes) was installed for future connections to the park electrical service.