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Las Vegas Mobile Home Attorney

Serving Clark County, Nevada

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ZONING

 

It is important to note that the Nevada Supreme Court has made a distinction between Òmobile homesÓ and Òmanufactured homesÓ which could be relevant in zoning problems and problems with CC&Rs. 

 

Clark County

 

"Manufactured Home Park" means any area or premises where space for two (2) or more manufactured homes is rented, but not including manufactured home sales lots on which unoccupied manufactured homes are parked for inspection or sales, nor recreational vehicle parks as defined by this Chapter.

 

"Zone Boundary Amendment Application" (also known as "Zone Change") means a request filed with the Zoning Administrator to amend the Official Zoning Map of Clark County by reclassifying property from one zoning district to another and which includes the following types of amendments:

 

1.  "Conforming Amendment" means a proposed zone boundary amendment within the range of residential densities and/or non-residential intensities indicated on the applicable land use plan map, or community district map (See Chapter 30.12, Part A) except that the following shall also be accepted as conforming amendments:

A.  Amendments to the P-F zone for community-serving infrastructure, such as schools, parks and water reservoirs, etc., or for regional-serving infrastructure if proposed development is located on property designated for commercial or industrial uses in the applicable land use plan (see "Public Facility" definition);

B.  Any proposed change to the 1974 adopted land use map;

C.  Amendments conforming to overlay districts adopted within the applicable land use plan area;

D.  Amendments within the range of residential densities and/or non-residential intensities indicated on a land use plan map that are nonconforming to the community district map when the property is within the Southwest Las Vegas Valley Public Facilities Needs Assessment (PFNA) Report initiated and approved by the Board.; and

E.  Applications initiated by the Board.

F.  Applications to include additional property within a previously approved project when all of the following conditions exist: 1) the property to be included is not greater than five acres in size; 2) the property has at least two sides adjacent to previously approved project(s) of equal or greater density or intensity of use; 3) the linear boundary of the additional area is less than 25% of the linear boundary of existing project(s) of equal or greater density or intensity of use; 4) the request is for the same or a lesser density or intensity of use as the previously approved project; and 5) including the additional property would result in a more logical boundary for the previously approved project.

G.  Applications submitted to establish a use permitted by this Title to have a density bonus exceeding the maximum density established for the existing or proposed zoning district.

2.  "Nonconforming Amendment" means a proposed zone boundary amendment not within the range of residential densities and/or non-residential intensities indicated on the applicable land use plan map, or community district map (See Chapter 30.12, Part A) to which the exceptions listed in Subsection 1 above do not apply.

 

Few lawyers in Nevada handle issues related to mobile homes. 

Call us to assist with your mobile home title concerns regarding mobile homes, modular homes, manufacture homes, trailers, trailer parks, and trailer estates.

 

 

 

 

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