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Division of Land Information

Important Information About Land Divisions

NOTICE: ANY PROPOSED DIVISION OF LAND MUST BE PRESENTED TO THE EUREKA COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION FOR REVIEW.

Land Acquisition Guide

Title 8, Chapter 50.150 Minimum Lot Sizes

A. No lot which will utilize both an individual sewage disposal system (ISDS) and an individual domestic well may be less than two and one-half (2.5) acres, including public streets, alleys, public easements and other public rights-of-way.

B. No lot which will utilize a municipal or similar water system and ISDS may be less than one (1) acre (43,560 sq. ft.) including public streets, alleys, public easements and other public rights-of-way.

C. No lot which will use municipal water and sewer shall be less than one-quarter (¼) acre (10,890 sq. ft.), outside Eureka Townsite, including public streets, alleys, public easements and other public rights-of-way.

Land proposed for division into less than 640 acres may be subject to the map requirements of Eureka County Code Title 8. Additional requirements may include proof of property access, road and utility easements, and any other requirements which may be imposed by the Eureka County Planning Commission. Land divisions which do not meet the requirements of Eureka County Code Title 8, will not be assigned Assessor Parcel Numbers (APN's) and will not be placed upon the county tax roll by the Assessor, as per Nevada Revised Statute 278.630

Applications for the following divisions may be acquired from the Eureka County Public Works Department   (Applications can also be downloaded in PDF Format from the links below)  

A. Division of Land into Large Parcels - Parcels of 40 acres or more as permitted by Nevada Revised Statutes 278.471.et seq.

B. Parcel Maps - Four or fewer lots at least one (1) of which is less than forty (40) acres as permitted by Nevada Revised Statutes 278.461.et seq.

C. Subdivisions - Subdivisions as per Nevada Revised Statutes 278.330 - 278.353

D. Water Right Quitclaim Deed

Additional information can be obtained by downloading Eureka County Code Title 8. 

Map Fee Schedule  2015 Resolution Establishing Map Processing Fees

Eureka County Master Plan 

Master Plan - Land Use Element 

 

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