Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act (SNPLMA)


The Bureau of Land Management is now accepting Round 17 nominations for projects authorized by the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act of 1998 (SNPLMA, Public Law 105-263, as amended), in the following categories:

  • Parks, Trails, and Natural Areas
  • Capital Improvements
  • Conservation Initiatives
  • Environmentally Sensitive Land Acquisitions
  • Hazardous Fuels Reduction and Wildfire Prevention
  • Eastern Nevada Landscape Restoration Project (ENLRP)
  • Clark County Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan and Implementation (MSHCP)

Nomination period duration is 60 days, beginning Tuesday, March 7, 2017, and ending Friday, May 5, 2017.  Nomination packages must be received by close of business, 4:30p.m. Pacific Time on May 5, 2017.  Late submissions cannot be considered. 

The Executive Committee emphasized that the SNPLMA Strategic Plan for 2015-2019 is the guiding document for all nominations in Round 17.  The Executive Committee has identified three values on which to focus SNPLMA implementation during this five-year period: sustainability, connectivity, and community.  These three values will be considered in ranking of project nominations.  Therefore, every nomination must explain which of the three values is/are promoted by the project. 

Please carefully adhere to the limitations and requirements outlined in the nomination package requirements to ensure nomination packages are complete, and have thorough responses to criteria questions. Incomplete packages will not be accepted.


In the right hand column click on the "Nomination Round" drop down link for the nomination package requirements documents for each category.  Each requirements document includes “Round 17 Nomination Limitations and Direction,” “General Formatting and Submittal Requirements,” and “Nomination Content Requirements” that are applicable to all categories.  In addition each document includes category-specific requirements such as eligibility requirements, additional content requirements, and assessment questions.


Nomination packages should be sent to the following address to the attention of the applicable SNPLMA Program Manager:

BLM Southern Nevada District Office

SNPLMA Division

4701 North Torrey Pines Drive

Las Vegas Nevada, 89130

Environmentally Sensitive Land Acquisition Program Manager: (702) 515-5116

Capital Improvements Program Manager: (702) 515-5139

Conservation Initiatives Program Manager: (702) 515-5116

Parks, Trails, and Natural Areas and MSHCP Program Manager: (702) 515-5160

Eastern Nevada Landscape Restoration Project Program Manager: (702) 515-5187

Hazardous Fuels Reduction and Wildfire Prevention Program Manager: (702) 515-5116


Thank you for your interest in the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act.