SNPLMA Strategic Plan
The Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act (SNPLMA) was signed into law in October of 1998. Since that time, sale of Federal land within the designated disposal boundary has generated over $3.3 billion and funded over 1100 projects.
The work completed through SNPLMA has made a significant impact on the quality of life for those who live in the State of Nevada and in the Lake Tahoe and Lake Mead areas. SNPLMA has created a successful legacy of land acquired, projects implemented, and a healthier environment for current and future generations.
The Bureau of Land Management –as the lead agency in implementing the statue-has joined with its federal, state, and local partners to develop a unique partnership. The partners have pledged to manage the proceeds of the program with integrity, common sense, and in the public’s best interest.
To achieve that goal, in 2010, the partners agreed to create a Strategic Plan to guide the program for the next five years. The Strategic Plan consists of:
- The Mission Statement
- Strategic Goals-high level directions for fulfilling the mission
- Objectives-targeted areas of focus supporting the goals
- Sub-Objectives-more distinct actions in support of the goals and objectives.
The SNPLMA staff reports on actions taken during the Fiscal Year (October 1-September 30) in its Annual Report to Congress
Click here to view the SNPLMA Strategic Plan