“Halfway between the bright lights of Las Vegas and the tall timbers of Mt. Charleston, a groundbreaking 1,700-acre community is coming to life… It’s called Skye Canyon.” Skye Canyon is located in the Northwest of Las Vegas, just off Highway 95 and Horse Road. And it won’t be long before there is a new park in the area to enjoy.
A local police officer’s life will be honored by the “re-naming” of this park as it is built. Indian Hills Park will soon be under construction at Horse Drive (Soon to be Skye Canyon Park Drive) and Brent Lane; and rather than naming the park, Indian Hills Park as originally planned, the park will be named after the late Police Officer Alyn Beck, who lost his life his
life in June 2014, while serving the Las Vegas community.
The re-naming of the park came about after his death, when his wife, Nicole, called City Councilman Steven Ross (of Ward 6) inquiring about when the completion of the park would take place. After that, the name change was decided at a June 2015 City Council Meeting. “What better way to honor our fallen officer than to name a park after him, and in a community where his family lives and wife runs by daily.”
The 10.5 acre park,
will be easily accessible to the nearby master planned community of Skye Canyon, currently under development. Pulte Homes and Woodside Homes of Nevada will be hosting an open house, model home preview event on August 1st. You can learn more about the development of this park, and other Sky Canyon amenities underway, such as Skye Center with swimming pool, splash park, activities and fitness centers, sports field, greenhouse, coffee and juice bars by attending the model home event, or by giving David Radcliffe and his team a call.
by Nickel Lowman
with content from Source Access City Council, and SykeCanyon.com
ForDave Radcliffe, The Radcliffe Group Keller
Williams Realty Southwest