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The Clark County Department of Aviation (CCDOA) owns various properties that were acquired for airport land use compatibility purposes. Several properties are commercially developed and often have space available for lease or sublease while others are raw land that may be eligible for lease or purchase. View the details of our property by utilizing the interactive map below and clicking on individual parcels.

Parties interested in a lease or sublease on commercially developed property should contact the tenant listed on the leased parcel.

Parties interested in leasing or purchasing all other property will need to complete and submit the applicable Property Lease Application or Property Purchase Application along with a non-refundable filing fee in the amount of $100.00. Payment may be tendered by check or money order made payable to “Clark County Department of Aviation” and submitted to the address listed on the application. At this time, CCDOA is not interested in leasing its property. However, we may consider leasing parcels outside the Cooperative Management Area (CMA) in rare circumstances. Applications received will go through the following process:

Step One:

Preliminary review by CCDOA to determine our interest in leasing or selling the property. If consent is granted the application may advance to the next step.

Step Two:

CCDOA will collect a research fee from the potential property purchaser or lessee. The research fee will be dependent upon the acreage requested, as follows:

0 to 1.00 acres: $1,500.00
1.01 to 3.00 acres: $3,000.00
3.01 to 5.00 acres: $5,000.00
5.01 to 10.00 acres: $7,000.00
10.01 to 15.00 acres: $10,000.00
15.01 and above acres: $15,000.00

Note: If a sale or lease results from this application process, the research fee will be returned to the nominating party upon closing and/or execution of all required documents.

Step Three:

Clark County Department Heads and Elected Officials will be notified of the nominated property and provided an opportunity to advise if there is a Clark County public need for the property. If no such need exists, the application may advance to the next step.

Step Four:

Clark County will follow the applicable procedures in NRS 244.281, NRS 244.282, and/or NRS 244.283 for the sale or lease process.

It is the responsibility of the interested party to ensure land use compatibility for the property being requested. Purchasing or leasing CCDOA property does not ensure or approve proposed development. CCDOA deed restrictions will be recorded on all property conveyed and the proposed development must be approved in accordance with Clark County ordinances.

Disclaimer: Property information provided on the interactive map is for informational purposes only. CCDOA does not warrant or imply the accuracy of this property information. CCDOA may need to process a parcel split, dedication, right-of-way, and/or easement on certain parcels prior to the finalization of any sale or lease.

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