|Updated May 3, 2010
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
and Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) are
agencies within the United States Department of the Interior which administers America's public lands, totaling
approximately 258 million acres or one-eighth of the landmass of the country. The use of the
following instructions and appropriate application package will ensure the
submittal is complete and meets local, state, and federal requirements.
City of Henderson:
Determine the type of application being requested:
Bureau of Land Management
Right-of-Way Permit and checklist;
- Bureau of Land Management Recreation and Public Purposes Permit
- Bureau of Reclamation Right-of-Way Permit
- Compile the items listed on the appropriate checklist.
- Federal Government Application form and
Temporary Use Permit application, if applicable;
- Plan of Development;
- Complete legal description with total area requested and total area already disturbed;
- Copies of the following:
- USGS Quad Map (7.5 minute)
- Current BLM Master Title Plat
- Assessor's Parcel Map
- Photographs: include unique features along the area being requested
- Aerial Photos;
- If requested area is for road purposes, include cross section showing where municipal utilities
would be located;
- Copies of jurisdictional approvals (use permits, etc.);
- Project information in electronic format (CD/disk);
- Applicant/Contact name and address; and
- Fees, if applicable.
- Submit packet to Survey/Right-of-Way and Property
- Staff submits application to the appropriate federal agency for
processing. During processing, the applicant is responsible for submitting
additional information as necessary.
- Once permit is offered to the City, the City Manager signs it.
- Staff requests mitigation or processing fees, where applicable.
- Survey/Right-of-Way and Property Management returns the offer to the federal agency.
- Pays mitigation or processing fees as identified by the federal agency.
City of Henderson:
- Grants the permit.
- The documents are recorded with the Clark County Recorder.
- Survey/Right-of-Way and Property Management schedules the permit for City Council acceptance.
- The originals are filed with the City Clerk's office.
- Copies are provided to the applicant. The permits contain stipulations that must be
adhered to whenever any project is constructed and maintained on federal lands.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to follow the stipulations.