We are currently developing a new Citywide Master Plan to help guide development in our city. For additional information visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. See the below elements of the current 2020 Master Plan.
The city of Las Vegas is excited to begin the launch of a new citywide master plan visioning process in spring 2019.The city’s master plan team includes a Citizens Advisory Committee, Executive Steering Committee, members from the Planning Commission and City Council, and city staff assisted by an outside consultant. Together, led by the Planning Department, they will conduct public outreach, visioning, goal setting and plan development over the course of the next year. The final product will provide a framework for Las Vegas to achieve the desired economic, social, cultural and quality of life future vision for the next 30 years.
If you would like to receive updates, sign-up for the 2050 Master Plan Newsletter.
For additional information visit the Las Vegas 2050 Master Plan webpage.
2045 Downtown Master Plan
On June 15, 2016, the Las Vegas City Council adopted the Vision 2045 Downtown Las Vegas Master Plan. The document replaces the Downtown Centennial Plan, which since 2000 guided the city policies and regulations and provided the envelope for urban design form within the downtown boundaries. The study area has been almost doubled, if compared to the previous plan, and the recognition of four new downtown districts now allows for the inclusion of some underserved areas that will benefit from the boundary expansion and the holistic direction for downtown. The document was built upon extensive outreach and outstanding participation from community members, stakeholders and government officials during all phases. The plan revolves around the concept of mixed-use hubs, identified as the 10 catalytic areas for future investments, and the neighborhood centers for the 12 districts that constitute downtown. For each district the plan outlines its development needs, specific projects to be carried, a summary strategy, conceptual development yields to channel, and current and future transportation and land-use working material detailed to the parcel level. This solid base allowed the city and community to promptly start some of the projects, such as bike share, multi-modal transportation capital improvements, and a reconfiguration of the downtown trails and open space network.
The Vision 2045 Downtown Master Plan is currently in its implementation phase. View the implementation Plan presentation here.
Currently we are working on an innovative update to the zoning code for downtown, known as the Downtown Form-Based Code project. For more information on the Form-Based Code, visit www.formbasedcode.vegas
Downtown Civic Space and Trails Plan
During 2018 Department of Planning in conjunction with consultants from DesignWorkshop held several meetings with stakeholders and the general public to gather feedback from the community about downtown open spaces, parks and trails. In addition, an online survey was disseminated with similar questions presented during the public meetings. View the current draft of the Downtown Civic Space and Trails Plan.
Public comment closed April 18, 2019. The final plan is expected to be presented to City Council on Wednesday, July 17, 2019.
If you would like to speak directly with someone from the Department of Planning about this or other planning initiatives, feel free to call or email Maria Jose Norero at 702-229-2241 or mnorero@LasVegasNevada.Gov.
Thank you in advance for participating in the planning process, we look forward to reading your thoughtful feedback.
Please check your email and click on the Reset Passwork link.