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Clark County Commissioners

Clark County Commissioners

Each of Clark County’s seven commission members are elected on a partisan basis and serve for staggered four-year terms.

The Commissioners serve “ex-officio” as the governing bodies of the Las Vegas Valley Water District, Clark County Water Reclamation District, University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, Big Bend and Kyle Canyon Water Districts, Clark County Redevelopment Agency and the Clark County Liquor and Gaming Licensing Board.

Clark County’s Commission meetings take place at 500 S. Grand Central Pkwy on the first Tuesday of each month at 9:05 a.m. and the third Tuesday of the month at 9 a.m. The Commission meets as the Zoning Board on the following Wednesday at 9 a.m.

District G

Commission Chairman

James B. Gibson

ccdistg@ClarkCountyNV.gov

A former three-term Mayor of Henderson and a practicing attorney in business and commercial law for more than 35 years, Jim Gibson brings his extensive experience in local government and in Nevada’s tourism, hospitality, entertainment and business industries to his position as County Commission Chairman.

While mayor of Henderson (1997 – 2009), Gibson guided the city through a period of unprecedented growth as it became the second-largest city in Nevada.  Among many other notable accomplishments, he was instrumental in updating the city’s comprehensive plan, securing Congressional approval for the establishment of a Limited Transition Area comprised of more than 500 acres of west Henderson industrial property, creating Henderson’s nationally award-winning Development Services Center, establishing the Apple Partnership, a city-wide K-3rd grade literacy program which has been adopted by the Clark County School District, and leading the effort to establish Nevada State College.

A native Nevadan, born in Las Vegas and a near lifetime resident of Henderson, Gibson has served on numerous boards and commissions, including the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Board of Directors, the Nevada Development Authority Board of Directors, the Las Vegas Events Board of Directors, the Regional Transportation Commission and as Co-Chair of the Civilian Military Council for Nellis Air Force Base, while mayor. In the private sector, among other boards, Gibson served on the St. Rose Dominican Hospital Board of Directors including a term as its chair.

Today, Mr. Gibson is President of Western Elite, a full-service waste services provider in Clark County. He previously served as General Counsel of American Pacific Corporation (APFC) operating subsidiaries, President of the Las Vegas Monorail Company, President and Chief Executive Officer of Vegas.com from 2010 to 2013, and Vice Chair of Vegas.com through 2015.

As the leader of the Las Vegas Monorail Company, Gibson oversaw the undercarriage redesign that enabled the re-opening of monorail service that allowed the company to begin uninterrupted service along the famous Las Vegas Strip.  As Vegas.com’s President and CEO, Gibson led a team of nearly 400 employees that support two e-commerce sites, box office and show ticket operations, tour operations, concierge desks, retail operations, mobile applications, syndicated television, newspaper editorial supplements and an integration and technology division for the hospitality industry worldwide called Cyllenius. At Western Elite, he currently leads a team of 250 talented, well-trained employees that provide customer-service driven construction and demolition, recycling, waste hauling and landfill services at a state-of-the-art landfill licensed by the State of Nevada.

Gibson has also has been recognized for his many contributions by local, state and national organizations. Among the many awards he has received are the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Member Award and the 2002 Humanitarian Award from the National Jewish Medical and Research Center. Gibson was recognized by the Henderson Community Foundation as a 2005 Outstanding Citizen, and the Lili Claire Foundation recognized him with its Spirit of Leadership Award in the same year. In 2007, Gibson received the Nevada State College President’s Medal and the Clark County School District Crystal Apple Award. He was recognized by the Henderson Development Association and the City of Henderson as the 2008 O’Callaghan Public Sector Person of the Year for economic development, and the Commercial Managers Group awarded Gibson with its Vision 2009 award. He has served as a volunteer Little League Baseball coach, girls softball coach and as a leader in the Boy Scouts of America was recognized by the Las Vegas Area Council with the Good Scout Award in 2007, and is a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award.
District F

Commission Vice Chairman

Justin Jones

Clark County Commission Vice Chairman Justin Jones represents more than 375,000 residents of District F on the County Commission. District F includes portions of Enterprise, Paradise,  Spring Valley, and Winchester in the Las Vegas Valley.  District F is also home to Blue Diamond, Goodsprings, Jean (West of the I-15), Mountain Springs, Primm (West of the I-15), portions of Red Rock, Sandy Valley, and Sloan.

Vice Chairman Jones is assisted by a highly experienced professional staff whose fundamental mission is to make County government work for citizens and improve the communities that we call home.

District B

County Commissioner

Marilyn Kirkpatrick

ccdistb@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Clark County Commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick represents more than 339,000 residents who live and conduct business in District B. The District includes portions of Sunrise Manor in the Las Vegas Valley, as well as portions of the incorporated cities of Las Vegas and North Las Vegas. District B is also home to Bunkerville, Corn Creek, Coyote Springs, Hidden Valley,  portions of Lone Mountain,  Moapa, and Moapa Valley, as well as the incorporated city of Mesquite.

Commissioner Kirkpatrick is assisted by a highly experienced professional staff whose fundamental mission is to make County government work for citizens and improve the communities that we call home.

District D

County Commissioner

William McCurdy II

ccdistd@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Commissioner William McCurdy II represents more than 301,000 residents of District D on the Clark County Commission. District D includes portions of Sunrise Manor in the Las Vegas Valley, as well as portions of the incorporated cities of Las Vegas and North Las Vegas.

Commissioner McCurdy is assisted by a highly experienced professional staff whose fundamental mission is to make County government work for citizens and improve the communities that we call home.

District C

County Commissioner

Ross Miller

ccdistc@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Commissioner Ross Miller serves on the Clark County Commission and represents District C which is home to more than 332,000 residents. District C includes portions of Lone Mountain and Red Rock, as well as portions of the incorporated city of Las Vegas. District C also is home to Calico Basin, Cold Creek, Indian Springs, Lower Kyle Canyon and Mount Charleston.

Commissioner Miller is assisted by a highly experienced professional staff whose fundamental mission is to make County government work for citizens and improve the communities that we call home.

District A

County Commissioner

Michael Naft

ccdista@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Commissioner Michael Naft represents more than 338,000 residents of District A on the Clark County Commission.  District A includes portions of Enterprise, Paradise, and Spring Valley in the Las Vegas Valley, as well as portions of the incorporated city of Henderson. District A is also home to Cal-Nev-Ari, Jean (East of the I-15), Laughlin, Nelson, Primm (East of the I-15), and Searchlight.

Commissioner Naft is assisted by a highly experienced professional staff whose fundamental mission is to make County government work for citizens and improve the communities that we call home.
District E

County Commissioner

Tick Segerblom

ccdiste@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Commissioner Tick Segerblom represents more than 299,000 residents of District E on the Clark County Commission. District E includes portions of Paradise, Sunrise Manor, Whitney, and Winchester in the Las Vegas Valley, as a portion of the incorporated city of Las Vegas.

Commissioner Segerblom is assisted by a highly experienced professional staff whose fundamental mission is to make County government work for citizens and improve the communities that we call home.

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