Rozita Lee Ave.
Named in honor of Rozita Villanueva Lee, a Filipino American civic leader who is a current Board of Governors member of the National Federation of Filipino American Associations (NaFFAA).Learn More
Helen Toland St.
This street celebrates Helen Anderson Toland, an educator who has lived in Las Vegas since 1947 and served as the first African American female school principal in the Clark County School District.Learn More
Michael Cherry Ave.
Named in recognition of Michael Cherry, a justice for the Nevada Supreme Court since 2006 and an active and influential member of the Las Vegas community since 1970.Learn More
Tom Rodriguez St.
Dedicated to Tom Rodriguez, a community leader and author who has written five books documenting the Hispanic experience in Nevada.Learn More
Ruby Duncan St.
Honoring the contributions of Ruby Duncan, a legendary Las Vegas activist fighting for welfare rights, especially for women.Learn More