Tentative Maps

Review Process

  • Submit tentative map to subdivision review via the Subdivion File Manager
  • A comment letter will be sent approximately 15 days after submittal either approving the map or requesting additional information.
  • Final approval of the map occurs when the following conditions have been met:
    • All issues addressed, if any, per the tentative map comment letter.
    • Health district approval of the final map and improvement plans
    • Written approval from the sewer utility (will serve letter)
    • Written approval from the water utility (will serve letter)
    • Written approval from the Division of Environmental Protection for both the tentative map and the final Map
    • Fees are paid

Required on Tentative Maps

Tentative maps are reviewed to verify the following is displayed:

  • Name of subdivision
  • Topographic features including contours and elevations
  • Lot arrangement, street alignments, and easement design
  • Soils report, high water table, and the rate or percolation (NAC 44.796, Southern Nevada Health District ISDS Regulations) if there is a subsoil disposal of sewage
  • Water agency (well or name of public utility)
  • Water analysis to meet standards if not using an existing public water system
  • Map or statement regarding the 100 year flood plain
  • Vicinity map
  • Graphic scale
  • Engineer name and address
  • Owner/developer name and address
  • Master plan displayed or statement, if any
  • Location description such as 40-acre part of a section, township, range or APN
  • Lot count
  • Engineer stamp and signature
  • Sewer agency (ISDS or name of public utility)
  • Provide the seasonal high ground water depth below grade

Contact Information

Phone: (702) 759-0661

 

Updated on: October 11, 2018

2018-10-11T15:51:33-07:00