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Property Information City of West Wendover, Elko County, Nevada
Apns & - Two Parcels
Elevation 4,580 - 4,700 Ft.
Zoning C3 - Multi-Use
Land Use Code Commercial, Light Manufacturing, Renewable Energy Uses, Limited Residential Uses, Public & Quasi-Public Uses, Mobile Homes & more
Electricity On Site
Water City - On Site
Sewer City - On site
Roads Gravel and Dirt roads
Time Limit to Build None
Yearly Taxes $10,429.63
Type of Terrain Level, Rolling, Gentle, Combo/Varies, Desert, Cleared/Open
City of West Wendover, NV - 8-6C-2 Use Regulations And Restrictions A. C-2 Zoning District Within the C-2 zoning district, but outside locations for planned shopping centers, recreational vehicle parks and the C-3 zoning district, commercial land uses customarily found along highways may be permitted. Such uses may include, but not be limited to, gas service stations, motels and restaurants. Renewable energy uses may be permitted in C-2 zoning districts by conditional use permits pursuant to the process set forth in chapter 10 of this title, and requires a consideration of the public benefit of such use and the likelihood of danger or annoyance to nearby property owners or residents. Ord. 2009-05, 7-7-2009
All gas stations shall be subject to the conditional use permit procedure as set forth in chapter 10 of this title.
All structures intended to be located within one hundred fifty feet 150' of any residential zoning district shall be subject to the conditional use permit procedure as set forth in chapter 10 of this title.
B. Planned Commercial Shopping Centers Within the C-2, C-3 zoning district, planned shopping centers are permitted. The following standards and policy shall apply to planned shopping centers 1. Street Access Requirements Such projects shall be permitted only on a site which abuts an arterial street or highway. Curb cut requirements shall be as follows
a. State Highways In accordance with Nevada highway department rules and regulations.
b. City Streets Seventy five feet 75' minimum between curb cuts.
2. Required Yards All buildings and structures, including, but not limited to, service areas and access drives, shall be set back not less than thirty feet 30' from side and rear property lines and not less than forty feet 40' from the future or existing street right of way line of an abutting street.
3. Screening For Residential Property Approval In addition to other buffer requirements, when the back of the development is across the street from property in a residential district, then a solid fence or hedge not less than six feet 6' in height shall be installed and maintained by the developer to screen the back of the project from the residential property. Such screening shall be approved by the city council.
4. Internal Traffic Circulation All parking spaces within planned commercial district parking lots shall be provided with chocks to prevent non-desired traffic movements and to facilitate the channelization of vehicular circulation.
5. Pedestrian Walkways A system of pedestrian walkways shall be provided so as to separate vehicle and pedestrian movements.
6. Conditional Use Permit It shall be the policy of the city to require a conditional use permit for all planned commercial shopping centers.
C. Recreational Vehicle Parks RVPs Within the C-2 zoning district, recreational vehicle parks RVPs are permitted. For the purpose of reviewing such proposed developments, the following shall apply 1. A conditional use permit shall be required.
2. Such RVPs shall meet all applicable state and city requirements as part of the conditional use permit review.
D. C-3 Zoning District Within the C-3 zoning district, the central business district CBD area of the city contains and will contain the community's most intensive commercial land uses. This zone is primarily intended for hotel/casino type establishments.
1. Within this area, all commercial activities will be permitted.
2. Within the C-3 zoning district, all structures intended to be located within one hundred fifty feet 150' of any residential zoning district shall be subject to the conditional use permit procedure as set forth in chapter 10 of this title.
3. Within the C-3 zoning district, light manufacturing activities, such as printing and newspaper production, saddle manufacture and similar uses may be permitted in accordance with the conditional use permit procedure as set forth in chapter 10 of this title. Ord. 98-09, 10-6-1998 4. Building setbacks are defined by the international building code and minimum lot dimension is ten thousand 10,000 square feet.
Minimum lot dimension Ten thousand 10,000 square feet, building setback defined by the international building code. Ord. 98-09, 10-6-1998 amd. Ord. 2005-07, 12-20-2005 5. Renewable energy uses may be permitted in C-3 zoning districts by conditional use permits pursuant to the process set forth in chapter 10 of this title, and requires a consideration of the public benefit of such use and the likelihood of danger or annoyance to nearby property owners or residents. Ord. 2009-05, 7-7-2009 E. Limited Residential Uses Provided that there is full compliance with all yard requirements of the applicable R-1 zoning district, limited residential uses may be permitted for any residential buildings which are separate from any light industrial for caretakers, ground keepers, managers or security personnel of light industrial or other uses principally permitted in C-2 and C-3 zoning. Based upon the foregoing, limited residential purposes may be allowed. Ord. 94-8, 9-20-1994 F. Public And Quasi-Public Uses Within the C-2, C-3 zoning district, public and quasi-public uses may be permitted.
G. Mobile Homes In the C-2, C-3 general commercial district, mobile homes shall be permitted as residences in accordance with the conditional use permit procedures. Mobile homes shall not be permitted as offices or commercial structures, with the exception that trailer, manufactured home or mobile home sales lots may have one mobile home or manufactured home used for office quarters in accordance with chapter 5, article B of this title. A mobile home, when used for a residence, must, for purposes of this subsection, qualify and constitute real property, as established by Nevada Revised Statutes chapter 361.
H. Commercial Zone Abutting Residential Zone When a commercial zone abuts a residential zone, then a solid fence not less than six feet 6' in height shall be installed and maintained by the developer to screen the commercial project from the residential property. Such screening must be approved by the city council. Ord. 98-09, 10-6-1998 City Contact Information
City of West Wendover Community Development - For Zoning/Building Permits Call Elko County Community Development - Directions From I-80/Florence Way Exit South on Florence Way, West on Wendover Blvd, South on Pueblo Blvd. Property is on the North side of Pueblo Blvd.
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