The Clark County Government is working to update their land use Master Plan. The Master Plan is the leading policy document that Clark County uses to guide future development and growth. Although many individual elements of Clark County’s Master Plan (originally adopted in 1983) have been updated periodically, it has never been updated as a cohesive document. The County is currently working on the Land Use planning portion of the Master Plan.
In this part of the process, the County is proposing combining the current land use categories. What does this mean for Red Rock and the other Rural communities? It means that the Land Use Categories of Residential Rural (1 house/2 acres) and Residential Agriculture (1 house/acre) will be combined into one category, Outlying Neighborhoods (ON). This simple change could pave the way for easier approvals of increased densities throughout the rural areas including private land in Red Rock Canyon.
On Tuesday, June 8, Clark County will be hosting two stakeholder meetings about Transform Clark County. You can join and learn more about these land-use changes. The meetings will be held online at the following times:
You can register for this Stakeholders meeting on the Transform Clark County website.
Save Red Rock will be in attendance. If you’d like more information about the stakeholder meeting or the rural land use designations, email Sheila Billingsley at [email protected].