Somersett West Park

Goal: To create a new multi-use, multi-generational neighborhood park to further serve Northwest Reno communities.


Vision: With extensive community input, the City of Reno (City) and the Somersett Owners Association (SOA) have partnered to design and build a new park in West Somersett. This park will not only have traditional park features such as multi-generational family areas but will have a community garden and dog park for small and large dogs.


Location: West Park is located at the northeast corner of Hawk Meadow Trail and Somersett Parkway (across from the City of Reno Fire Station #19).



  • Family area with covered pavilion, play equipment, and multi-use turf areas.

  • Community garden with raised planting beds.

  • Dog park with separate large and small dog areas.

  • Exercise paths.

  • Trailhead with connectivity to an extensive trail system.

  • Restrooms and rest areas with benches and water/waste stations.

  • Landscaping, fencing, lighting, storage, donors' plaque and signage.


Community Benefits: West Park will be a functional, safe, and attractive venue that will offer a variety
of recreational, educational, socialization, wellness and fitness opportunities for community members
and their canine friends.

View from Somersett West Park


Site Map:

For a more detailed site map, click here.

Construction Updates:

The Family Play Area, fencing, restrooms, and a pavilion have been installed. 

(Photos courtesy of Somersett Homeowners Association)


Park construction began in July of 2019.


Click here to view a drone video taken by Toll Brothers on October 21, 2019.

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Family Play Area and landscaping.


Pavillion area.


Children's playground.

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Garden Committee members selecting garden beds for the community garden.

Thank you to all the community members supporting this project.

Donate today to help the Somersett West Park Improvement Project!