NRS 269.525
Legislative findings and declaration.


It is hereby found and declared that there is a need for special government services in certain unincorporated areas of counties.


It is further found and declared that such services heretofore have been provided under varying interpretations of law, leading to widespread disparity in the recognition of the role of town government.


It is further found and declared that unincorporated town government is an adjunct of county government.


It is further found and declared that the residents of such areas have considerable interest in representative and participatory government for such areas and should be provided a role whereby they may assist the board of county commissioners in the management of government as it relates to such towns.


Finally, the purposes of the Unincorporated Town Government Law are to provide for the formation of unincorporated towns and their government according to a uniform plan within the framework of county administration of the unincorporated area.

Source: Section 269.525 — Legislative findings and declaration., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-269.­html#NRS269Sec525.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 269.525’s source at nv​.us