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Saturday, November 28, 2015
The Clark County Government Center turns 20 years old on June 3, 2015. Former County Commissioners and other individuals talk about the history of the building, the design and how it ties into the beauty of the surrounding Mojave Desert.
Comprehensive Planning

Clark County Comprehensive Planning's mission is to develop and implement land use, zoning and growth plans and programs for a diverse, vibrant community.

You can check the status of your zoning applications and manage your construction projects at Construction Services Online, Clark County's one-stop, virtual department for all land development related activities.

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Clark County Trails Program
For almost a decade the County has been planning and building trails. One of the primary goals is to encourage residents to get outdoors to help improve the health and well being of our community. More Information
Southwest Ridge Recreation Study (SRRS)
The purpose of this study is to address the conceptual development of approximately 1200 acres of County owned open space land. More Information
Yucca Mountain Birdseye View
Nuclear Waste at Yucca Mountain
The Comprehensive Planning Nuclear Waste Program offers facts, documents, informational materials and perspectives on the Yucca Mountain Project and its impact on the citizens and environment of southern Nevada.More Information
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Medical Marijuana Information
View information related to medical marijuana dispensaries.More Information
Comprehensive Plan Reorganization
Staff has reorganized the Comprehensive Plan to comply with Senate Bill 55, passed in the 2013 Legislative Session. The Bill requires the Plan to be organized in eight Elements. No changes to the policy language, additions, or deletions have been made.More Information
Clark County Trails Program
The trails program allows County residents and visitors the perfect outdoor escape to the enjoy the scenic Mojave desert.More Information