The city's Zoning Ordinance (Title 11) is part of the municipal code, which is available online.
Copies of specific chapters are also available at the Community Development Department. If you need to purchase a hard copy of the entire ordinance, you may contact the City Clerk's office at 702-293-9208.
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Go to Planning Maps and Publications. You may also call the Community Development Department at 702-293-9282 to obtain the zoning of a property. Zoning maps are also available for purchase in the Community Development Department at City Hall. You may contact the Community Development Department office at 702-293-9282.
The information on the County’s website is not for Boulder City zoning.
You would 1st check the zoning chapter for your zone, such as Chapter 11-3 for R1 for single-family residential. If your property does not meet the minimum requirements for a lot in that zone.
For instance, if your property is in the R1-7 zone but it is less than 7,000 square feet in size or less than 70 feet in width), your property is entitled to some breaks on the setback requirements, which can be found in Chapter 11-21 for substandard lots of record.
These chapters address the principal building on your property (the house), and any additions to it. There are different setback requirements for accessory buildings, found in Chapter 11-20 of the
These regulations are found in Chapter 11-20 of the
Sign regulations are found in Chapter 24 of Title 11 of the
The sign regulations are found in Chapter 24 of Title 11 of the
The state’s population estimate for Boulder City for July 1, 2019 is 16,188 persons. For up to date certified population and population projections, visit the
The city’s zoning regulations for home occupations are found in Chapter 29 of Title 11. You may pick up an application at https://www.bcnv.org/DocumentCenter/View/4368/Business-License-application-PDF. Call the Economic Development Coordinator at 702-293-9393 if you have any questions about city requirements.