Applications for rezonings and other land-use changes in unincorporated Clark County can now be started and nearly completed online.
The County Department of Comprehensive Planning's application process was largely done by in-person appointments. The new online process allows property owners to complete most of their application and submit accompanying documents online through the County's Accela Citizen Portal (ACA). Instructions for using the online service are available through the department's website at www.ClarkCountyNV.gov/comprehensive-planning.
Applicants can also manage their application documents through this online portal and work directly with staff to refine their application materials to ensure all documents are complete, accurate, and ready for submittal. Property owners would still have to submit paper copies of their final application because some of those documents must be signed and notarized.
Also, anyone wishing to review land-use application documents will be directed to use the online portal for their research. Residents may still contact the Comprehensive Planning Department by email at email@example.com or by phone at (702) 455-4314 (Option 2, Option 1), for help determining which application and additional documents they need to submit.
"The online application portal replaces a process that relied on appointments and in-person meetings," Comprehensive Planning Department Director Nancy Amundsen said. "Property owners should find this new process more efficient and easier to complete."
The County Comprehensive Planning Department handles land-use issues in unincorporated Clark County, while the planning departments for the cities here oversee land-use issues within the cities.