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County Commission Chambers101 Radar Rd.Tonopah, NV 89049
County Commission Chambers2100 E. Walt Williams Drive(Calvada Eye)Pahrump, NV 89048
1. Landscaping by an individual at his/her place of residence;
2. Emergency maintenance activities conducted by government agencies on publicly maintained roads, road shoulders, rights-of-way and on public flood control facilities; and
3. Dust Palliative application projects conducted solely for the purpose of compliance with Open Areas and Vacant Lots subsection of this ordinance, wherein no grade elevation changes, no soil or rock is imported or exported, or no cut and fill operations occur. Importing of gravel or rock for use as a dust palliative is allowed under this subsection.
You will be able to search secured property, personal property, and sales records by going to Assessor Data Search
Building & Safety is 775-751-3773 and Code Compliance is 775-751-4249.
To better record your Code Compliant, please submit the online Code Compliance complaint form, that can be found here.
Send your request via email to Buildings & Grounds
Send your request via email to Buildings & Grounds
250 N. Highway 160, Suite 1Pahrump, NV 89060
Online Code Compliance Complaint Form
The first thing you should do is read the Notice. The Notice will tell you the address of the violation property, when the violations were observed by the Code Enforcement Officer, and what violations were present when the Code Officer made their inspection. Next, contact the Code Enforcement Officer named on the Violation Notice. Their phone number is on the notice. The Code Enforcement Officer can usually answer any question you may have about the property and the violations observed at the time of the inspection.
Lastly, remediate the violations! The Code Enforcement Officer will work with you if you need time to comply the cited violations of the City Code. You may call the Code Enforcement Officer if you need a short extension, or contact the Director of Planning for requesting a longer extension.
Non-compliance of the Violation Notice
Failure to comply with a Code Enforcement Violation Notice is punishable by both criminal and civil penalties!Criminal Penalties: Violations of the adopted codes and Ordinances are Misdemeanors. These violations are punishable by fines of up to $1,000 (not including court costs) and/or up to 6 months in jail, each day the violation exist constitutes and additional fine.Civil Penalties: Any cost incurred by the county for property remediation will be levied on the respective properties as a special assessment tax and shall be added and be collected with other taxes in the assessment roll in the same manner as other county taxes and shall continue to be a lien on the property until paid.
2. A hard copy can be provided upon request from the County Manager's Office prior to the meeting. Copies are also available on the day of the County Commission meeting.
3. The agenda is also visibly posted at the following locations:
Tonopah Convention Center301 Brougher Ave.Tonopah, NV
U.S. Post Office201 Erie Main St.Tonopah, NV
Commissioner's Chambers101 Radar Rd.Tonopah, NV
District Court101 Radar Rd.Tonopah, NV
Nye County Administration2100 E. Walt Williams Dr. #100(Calvada Eye)Pahrump, NV
The Ian Deutch Government Complex1520 E. Basin Ave.Pahrump, NV
Beatty Justice Court426 C Avenue SouthBeatty, NV
District I - Commissioner Lorinda Wichman District II - Commissioner John Koenig District III - Commissioner Donna Cox District IV - Commissioner Leo Blundo District V - Commissioner Debra Strickland or contact Nye County Administration P.O. Box 153 101 Radar Road Tonopah, Nevada 89049 (775) 482-8191 firstname.lastname@example.org
(775) 482-8141 (Tonopah)(775) 751-4213 (Pahrump)1-888-729-0353 (Jury Hotline) Jury Commissioner
The Nye County Office of Emergency Management has compiled a list of general information that is intended to help you prepare for an emergency. You can find it on our pages on the Nye County website.
For further information, visit FEMA's website, or Ready.gov.
4) Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, or cough and sneeze into the upper sleeves if tissues are not available.
5) Wash hands or use hand sanitizer after coughing, sneezing or blowing the nose. 6) Keep work areas frequently touched and/or exposed to the public disinfected and clean.
In Tonopah: The vehicle has a label on the windshield high on the driver's side with the next scheduled mileage and which maintenance is needed.
In Pahrump, contact the shop (775) 751-4260 to set an appointment. You will need to know the five digit number off the back bumper and the maintenance needed which is shown on the sticker on the dash (example: A1, A2, B2, etc.). In Tonopah, contact the Shop at (775) 482-7337. You will need to know the three digit equipment number from the back right rear of the vehicle and the maintenance needed which is shown on the same sticker on the windshield (example: A1, A2, B2, etc.).
The cost of meals shall be reimbursed based upon the applicable per diem rate for meals expenses as shown on the US General Services Administration web site (www.gsa.gov/mie), based on the per diem rates for the travel destination. Nye County does not reimburse for incidentals. Mileage rates for 2018 are 0.545 cents per mile if no county car is available, 0.2725 cents for convenience.
There is no Nye County Health Department. To contact Nye County's Public Health Office: Scott Lewis, 1510 Siri Lane, Pahrump, NV 89060 (775) 751-4279 (Please leave a message). Hours: By appointment only
For immunizations; family planning, STD testing / treatment, and TB testing, contact the State of Nevada Department of Health and Human Services Health Division (Pahrump – (775) 751-7070; Tonopah – (775) 482-6659.). For septic issues, contact the Nye County Code Enforcement office at (775) 751-4241. For Air Quality Control questions, contact Qiana Medici, Acting Nye County Air Quality Compliance Officer at (775) 751-4242. For other information including complaints regarding restaurants, contact the State of Nevada Division of Health.
If you need emergency assistance with rent or utilities contact CAHS at (775) 945-2471, fax (775) 945-2499, or contact them via email. Consolidated Agencies of Human Services
County Commissioner Chambers2100 E. Walt Williams Dr.(Calvada Eye)Pahrump, NV 89048
To obtain a Flood Elevation Certificate application and obtain a Floodproofing Certificate for Non-Residential buildings select the links or visit the FEMA website. Elevation data reported on a FEMA Elevation Certificate must be certified by a licensed surveyor, Engineer or Architect. This document is reference in the NFIP Flood Insurance Manual (Special Certifications Section.) At the applicants request Nye County Floodplain Administrator may review the Elevation Certificate Application with an review fee of $75.00 payable to Nye County before the review process.
You can also fill out the online complaint form (link is below) or fill out a Code Compliance Request Form located under the Planning Department tab, Code Enforcement and fax it to (775) 751-4324 or deliver/mail it to:
Property zoning determines what a property can be used for and the applicable development standards such as setbacks, height restrictions, etc. Planning staff can discuss the zoning rules and specific requirements for developing a parcel.
Zoning information is also available online with the Nye County GIS interactive Map. Nye County GIS
You can find this information by contacting the utility company who has jurisdiction in the area for which the property is located. All of the Public Utility Companies servicing Nye County can be found here.
You may obtain flood zone information from Nye County by stopping by the Pahrump Planning Department, 250 N. Hwy 160, Ste. 1 or by calling the Floodplain Administrator at (775) 751-4248. A composite flood zone map is available at the front counter for viewing as well as specific Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) for your area.
On the Thursday before your PRPC meeting, this information is available on the internet by going to the Nye County Meeting Center.
State of Nevada Division of Manufactured Housing.
Tonopah hours are 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., seven days per week.
There is fuel at the Tonopah and Beatty airports
Results are available on our website here or contact Danielle McKee at (775) 751-6394 or email at email@example.com
You can register for alerts here or contact Danielle McKee at (775) 751-6394 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Danielle McKee at (775) 751-6394 or email at email@example.com
A cover page is used when: 1. Your document does not have a 3"X3" square in the upper right hand corner. 2. Re-Recording a document. 3. Your document contains personal information. Note: When a document contains personal information, the NRS, Grant, or Federal Law that requires the personal information must be identified and an original signature is required.
Nye County Recorder’s Office is not able to give out any forms. You may contact the State of Nevada Department of Minerals at (775)684-7040 or on the web at http://minerals.nv.gov/Programs/Mining/MiningClaims/ .
The Nye County Recorder’s office can only provide the following forms:Cover PageHomesteadAbandonment of Homestead Declaration of Value
Please allow 2 weeks for the court to receive and process the citation.
Your case has been turned over to a collection agency. Please call Valley Collection Service at 800-244-9665 to make your payment.
You may consider scheduling a court appearance to plead NOT GUILTY. The not guilty plea form may be obtained from our forms page and submitted by mail, fax or email. Prior to entering your Not Guilty plea to the court, you may want to contact the Nye County District Attorney’s office for possible plea negotiations. By negotiating a plea agreement, a traffic trial is avoided. If the District Attorney and the Defendant are unable to reach an agreement, then a trial date in front of the Justice of the Peace will be set. All Defendants, including non-local individuals, must appear in person or authorize an attorney to represent them at these proceedings.
Please contact the court. The court may grant you a one time, 30 day extension to pay your traffic citation. The court also offers payment plans ($25 fee) with a minimum payment amount of $50/month, if you are unable to pay in full by your due date. You also have the option of performing community service in lieu of paying the fine/fees with a court approved, non-profit organization at the rate of $10/hour. If you complete community service without getting the court's approval, it may be denied by the Judge.
Yes, the Treasurer's office maintains a mailing list of those parties.