Nevada Revenue and Taxation

Sec. § 376A.020
Adoption of open-space plan in certain counties.


1.

The board of county commissioners of a county whose population is less than 700,000 may adopt an open-space plan. If an open-space plan is adopted, the plan must provide for:

(a)

The development and use of open-space land for a period of 20 years;

(b)

The financing for the acquisition of open-space land; and

(c)

The maintenance of open-space land acquired pursuant to the open-space plan and the maintenance of any existing open-space land in the county.

2.

Before the board of county commissioners adopts the open-space plan, the open-space plan must be found by the governing board for regional planning to be in conformance with the comprehensive regional plan adopted pursuant to NRS 278.0282.

3.

Before the open-space plan is adopted, the board of county commissioners shall:

(a)

Send a copy of the open-space plan to the city council of each incorporated city within the county and request that the city council review and comment on the open-space plan within 60 days after receipt of the open-space plan; and

(b)

Consider and respond to any comments provided by a city council that are received by the board of county commissioners within 90 days after sending the open-space plan to the city council.
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