The City of Henderson is creating an adaptive use park, sports park and community center to be located at the southwest corner of Stephanie Street and Russell Road, immediately west of the Russell Road Recreation Complex on the border of Henderson and Clark County.
The nearly 8-acre Henderson Outdoor Multiplay Environment, or HOME Park, will be the first unique sports and recreational facility specifically designed to serve individuals of all abilities in Southern Nevada.
Facilities will be ADA accessible and open to people of all ages and abilities to encourage and learn appreciation for what makes everyone different. The broad range of sports and recreational activities programmed for the complex will enable people to discover new strengths and build confidence.
At full build out, the facility will include a baseball/beepball field, soccer, basketball courts, totlot, water feature, a community center, trails, and activities that encourage users of to learn about the natural environment.
We Need Your Input
We've provided two design concepts to show examples of possible designs and amenities. We are seeking community feedback regarding park use, activities and amenities to ensure the park is designed to accommodate the needs of our park users. Please take a moment to review the designs and provide your input.