Community Advisory Committee for the Amendment of the Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan
To support its policy development in the amendment of the Clark County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan, the Clark County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) receives input from an appointed Community Advisory Committee (CAC), which is comprised of representatives from a broad cross-section of community stakeholders. The BCC will in turn transmit these recommendations to the other Permittee governing boards for their consideration through a combination of staff briefings and/or formal council presentations. The CAC was created on February 3, 2009 and was tasked by the BCC to provide input into the permit amendment process and make recommendations for consideration by the BCC and Permittee governing boards regarding the future of the MSHCP and the DCP.
To learn more about the process to amend the MSHCP, please see our Permit Amendment webpage.
Topics discussed by the CAC include covered species, mitigation scenarios, funding recommendations and implementation strategies. The CAC is administered by Clark County, which coordinates technical and administrative support to the CAC with technical staff from the Permittees. The CAC uses a consensus approach with an ultimate goal to provide recommendations to the BCC and the Permittee governing boards.
To learn more about the CAC, see a list of upcoming meetings, and download or view prior meeting materials, please click here.