The Clark County Comprehensive Master Plan is a long-term, general policy plan for the physical development of unincorporated Clark County, satisfying the requirements of Nevada Revised Statute (NRS) 278.160. The plan is a living document and its elements are updated according to the planning process.
Clark County has launched "Transform Clark County," a major undertaking to establish a cohesive, countywide vision for the future and a defined strategy to achieve that vision. This effort will include a complete rewrite of Clark County's key policy and regulatory documents—the Master Plan and Development Code.
Clark County residents are encouraged to participate and learn more about Transform Clark County by visiting the project website. There one can find out more about the project, access a description and timeline of the process, track events and sign up for email updates. One may also track the project on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and other social media channels using the hashtag #TransformClarkCounty.
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Comprehensive Master Plan documents are available here30 documents
Conservation Element1 document
Historic Preservation Element1 document
Housing Element1 document
Land Use Element13 documents
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- Enterprise Land Use Plan
- Laughlin Land Use Plan
- Lone Mountain Land Use Plan
- Northeast County Land Use Plan
- Northwest County Land Use Plan
- South County Land Use Plan
- Spring Valley Land Use Plan
- Summerlin South Land Use Plan
- Sunrise Manor Land Use Plan
- Whitney Land Use Plan
- Winchester/Paradise Land Use Plan