Refuge Park

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The City, with input from the community, City Council, and parks board, has finalized a high-level concept plan for the Refuge Park property which contains the Dog Park, trails and open areas. The plan calls for a phased approach starting with improvements of the of the dog park including an area for smaller dogs, benches, improved grading, ground cover, and fencing. Click here to view the concept plan in full screen.

Preferred Concept Plan for Refuge Park showing Dog Par Improvements, 2 Pickle Ball Courts, Asphalt and soft surface trails, a parking area with 34 spaces, a community garden, a play area and restored natural area.

Over the next several years, staff will be looking at funding opportunities including grants and donations to keep building the park in phases. There is a strong desire to add a restroom, playground, pickleball court, and other accessible and community friendly amenities over time.

Community members wishing to support installment of amenities at Refuge Park are encouraged to learn more through the Clark County Parks Foundation. Sponsorship opportunities include:

  • Picnic Table
  • Lamp Post
  • Bike Rack
  • Water Fountain
  • Trash/Recycling Bin

Plaques on these items may be in memory of a loved one or a positive message, no advertising permitted.


The City, with input from the community, City Council, and parks board, has finalized a high-level concept plan for the Refuge Park property which contains the Dog Park, trails and open areas. The plan calls for a phased approach starting with improvements of the of the dog park including an area for smaller dogs, benches, improved grading, ground cover, and fencing. Click here to view the concept plan in full screen.

Preferred Concept Plan for Refuge Park showing Dog Par Improvements, 2 Pickle Ball Courts, Asphalt and soft surface trails, a parking area with 34 spaces, a community garden, a play area and restored natural area.

Over the next several years, staff will be looking at funding opportunities including grants and donations to keep building the park in phases. There is a strong desire to add a restroom, playground, pickleball court, and other accessible and community friendly amenities over time.

Community members wishing to support installment of amenities at Refuge Park are encouraged to learn more through the Clark County Parks Foundation. Sponsorship opportunities include:

  • Picnic Table
  • Lamp Post
  • Bike Rack
  • Water Fountain
  • Trash/Recycling Bin

Plaques on these items may be in memory of a loved one or a positive message, no advertising permitted.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for participating in this Master Plan Concept Survey. This community feedback, as well as feedback from the City Council and Parks Board, was used to develop the final concept master plan.

    Below, view the results from the survey and feedback from the City Council and Parks Board. Concept A was the preferred alternative with a high preference for adding a Community Garden, Dog Park Improvements, and Dispersed picnic areas. This information may also be viewed in the April 28 City Council presentation in the Documents section.


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This survey was conducted June 2021-August 2021. Your responses and those collected at the Parks Board Engagement event were used to develop the three concept master plans for the Park. 

    Below you may view the results of the ranking of features. Walking Trails, Playground, and Picnic Shelter were the highest ranked features.

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Page last updated: 18 May 2022, 02:40 PM