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Posted on: March 10, 2020

Your participation in Pahrump Master Plan survey requested

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The 2020 Master Plan Survey for the Town of Pahrump is now underway. The purpose of this survey is to gather input, opinions, and ideas from residents and business owners on current and future Town issues. Results will be used in the development of the Pahrump Regional Planning District Master Plan, which is currently being updated by the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission. A master plan is a guide to help shape local land use and other community decisions. It will prepare the Town for changing needs and will allow for informed decisions about transportation, housing, infrastructure, recreation, land use, the economy, and overall quality of life.

 Download Fillable Survey 

NOTE: Survey must be downloaded and saved before filling out

As a resident and stakeholder of the Town of Pahrump, your input and opinions are key to the planning process. Residents values and priorities will be the foundation of the update, so we encourage you to take this opportunity to share your thoughts about Pahrump and its future.

Please return completed surveys either by email to PLANNING@CO.NYE.NV.US
Or you can drop them off at the following address by April 10, 2020:
Nye County Department of Planning
250 N Highway 160, STE.1
Pahrump, NV 89060

Also, please mark your calendars for the Pahrump Master Plan Public Discussion, which will be held on April 27, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. at the Bob Ruud Community Center. Located at 150 N. Hwy 160 Pahrump, NV 89048. This will be an opportunity to learn about the Master Plan process and to share your vision for the Town with the Planning Commission and other Town residents.
Thank you for your time and participation. For more information on the Master Plan or the planning process, or to access additional copies of the survey, please visit the website at www.nyecounty.net. Or, email the Planning Department

Letter from Pahrump Regional Planning Commission
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