Contact: Dan Kulin
Phone: (702) 455-5534
7/7/2020

Enterprise Land Use Plan Update Cancelled

          After meeting with residents from the Enterprise neighborhood and hearing their concerns about continuing the Enterprise Land Use Plan Update, the County Commissioners today supported the recommendation of County staff to cancel the Enterprise Land Use Plan Update.

          Land use plan updates, which guide property zoning designations and possible zoning changes in an area, generally involve significant public outreach, presentations and meetings packed with residents interested in having a say in what type of development will be allowed in their neighborhood. However, in compliance with state and federal guidelines intended to limit the spread of the coronavirus, Clark County has limited large gatherings, making it difficult to conduct the typical in person meetings that accompany a land use plan update.

          This process had been delayed multiple times during the COVID-19 pandemic for Enterprise, which is in the southwest portion of the Las Vegas Valley and includes the Mountain's Edge and Southern Highlands developments. Enterprise is within Commission Districts A and F, which are represented by Commissioner Michael Naft and Commissioner Justin Jones respectively. Recognizing the importance of a robust economic recovery, property owners may now request nonconforming zone changes in Enterprise. These requests will be thoroughly vetted through a process which includes mandatory neighborhood meetings and public hearings in front of the Enterprise Town Advisory Board, County Planning Commission and the County Commission. Through this process, fewer issues will be heard at the same time, making social distancing and extensive public input more feasible at any required meetings.

          In addition, Clark County is currently undergoing a major effort to establish a cohesive, countywide vision for the future and an actionable strategy to achieve that vision. Transform Clark County includes a rewrite of County master plan and development code. Residents are encouraged to get involved in this effort by visiting www.TransformClarkCounty.com.


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