Urban Holding Removal/Holt Homes
Three property owners, represented by Holt Homes, are requesting the removal from the urban holding overlay on the comprehensive plan and zoning maps for six properties near the I-5 and 179th St. Interchange. The urban holding removal is associated with a development agreement that will be required to be approved concurrently with any comprehensive plan and zoning map amendments.
Together, the properties that are subject to this proposal total approximately 143 acres. This change would allow urban development to occur. This is phase 2 of the process to remove a portion of the urban holding overlay in this area.
Holt Homes proposes to develop the six properties pursuant to the Mill Creek Planned Unit Development Master Plan. The proposed development of the properties would include 606 single family homes and 99 townhomes.
Phase 1 of Urban Holding Overlay removal
Phase 1 of the Urban Holding Overlay removal in this area was approved by Clark County Council on December 18, 2018 and adopted on February 12, 2019. Phase 1 Urban Holding Removal included 40 acres north of NE 179th St. and east of NE 10th Ave. The 40 acres is designated as Mixed Use in the Comprehensive Growth Management Plan, with associated Mixed Use zoning.
May 7, 2019 - Clark County Council Hearing - *CANCELED*
The public hearing regarding CPZ2018-00021 on May 7, 2019 has been canceled. The Clark County Council will continue with a public hearing to select a financing option to reasonably fund the localized critical links and intersection improvements to remove urban holding and maintain concurrency in the I-5/NE 179th Street area, but will not hold a public hearing regarding CPZ2018-00021 (Holt Homes Urban Holding Phase 2). The Council may hold a public hearing for CPZ2018-00021 at a future public meeting.
Feb. 21, 2019 - Planning Commission Hearing
- Planning Commission Final Recommendation dated 2/22/2019
- Staff Report
- Developer's Agreement
- Transportation Analysis
Feb. 7, 2019 - Planning Commission Work Session