Mountain's Edge, Nevada

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Mountain's Edge, Nevada
Master planned community
View from the southwestern part of Mountain's Edge, with the Strip visible in the distance
View from the southwestern part of Mountain's Edge, with the Strip visible in the distance
Mountain's Edge, Nevada is located in Nevada
Mountain's Edge, Nevada
Mountain's Edge, Nevada
Location within the state of Nevada
Coordinates: 36°01′30″N 115°14′33″W / 36.02500°N 115.24250°W / 36.02500; -115.24250Coordinates: 36°01′30″N 115°14′33″W / 36.02500°N 115.24250°W / 36.02500; -115.24250
Country United States
State Nevada
County Clark
Time zone PST (UTC-8)
 • Summer (DST) PDT (UTC-7)
Area code(s) 702
Website Official website

Mountain's Edge is a master planned community in the unincorporated town of Enterprise in Clark County, Nevada.[1] It is a neighborhood within the southwest part of the Las Vegas Valley.


Focus Property Group started the construction of Mountain's Edge in February, 2004. The development plans included 14,500 homes and more than 22 neighborhoods with stores, office space, and shopping centers.[2] By 2008, 7,000 homes had been built but during that year, a downturn in the housing market was cited for delays in further developing the site.[3]

A number of community parks were initially planned: Exploration Park, Mountain's Edge Regional Park, Paiute Park, Helen Stewart Park, John C. Fremont Park, and the Nathaniel Jones Park. By 2009, only the 85-acre Exploration Park had been developed. In 2009, the development company proposed downgrades for the other parks due to lack of funds.[4]

The original plan called four elementary schools, two middle schools and a high school all to be part of the Clark County School District.


  • Wright Elementary School
  • Carolyn S. Reedom Elementary School


  1. ^ Wargo, Buck (May 15, 2009). "Saving the master plan". Las Vegas Sun. 
  2. ^ "Focus Property Group's Mountain's Edge Ranked No.1". Red orbit. 1 May 2009. Retrieved 1 May 2009. 
  3. ^ WYLAND, SCOTT (November 17, 2008). "Promised land still unfulfilled". Las Vegas Review-Journal. 
  4. ^ Danielle Nadler, "Mountain's Edge behind in promised recreation areas ", Southwest View, 19 May 2009

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