The Board of County Commissioners adopted a policy permitting modification of the covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs) placed on eligible property previously conveyed in the CMA. To be eligible, the subject property taxes must be paid to date and remain current with the Clark County Assessor’s office through the application process. As explained in the policy, the compatible uses have been updated since the CMA parcels were conveyed. The location of the parcel in relation to the noise contours will determine which of the restrictions may be removed.
|Restrictions Available for Removal by Noise Contour on Eligible Parcels|
|Outside AE-60||Within AE-60||Within AE-65 and greater|
|Residential (all forms), Transient lodging, Hotels, Motels, Inns, Lodges, Bed and Breakfasts, Churches, Hospitals, Care Centers, Nursing Homes, Schools, Auditoriums, Concert Halls, Amusement Parks, Outdoor Sports Arenas, Museums, Zoos, and Public Assembly||Transient lodging and recreational vehicle parks (with less than 30 days stay), Resorts, Auditoriums, Concert Halls, Amusement Parks, Outdoor Sports Arenas, Museums, Zoos, and Public Assembly||Public Assembly|
CMA landowners may submit a single Deed Modification Request application for contiguous parcels under the same ownership, along with the required filing fee. There are two different application processes based on the zoning classification of the property.
The filing period for submitting Deed Modification Request applications will open August 8, 2013, and close on February 3, 2014. Applications submitted before the deadline will be taken through to completion. The close of the filing period will not prevent an application that is in the middle of the process from being completed.
Please be advised that Clark County is not obligated to remove any restrictions. Any modified CC&Rs are not intended to promise or guarantee that the proposed use will be allowed. Any CMA landowner obtaining a modification of a parcel's CC&Rs must still apply for and obtain all land use and zoning approvals by making the normal applications and following the established procedures applicable to all Clark County landowners.