Sloan Industrial and Manufacturing Park Design

Economic Development Administration (EDA) funding in the amount of $11.0 million will support Clark County's Office of Community and Economic Development (CCED) to conduct a formal development study and land plan designs for the Sloan Industrial and Manufacturing Park Design (Sloan Project) to identify utility and public facility needs, such as main water lines. The analysis results will allow CCCED to partner with local utilities and resource providers to develop a master plan for the park, making it development-ready, with individual sites to be sold to end-user manufacturing facilities. Ultimately, the Sloan Project would create approximately 5.6 million square feet of manufacturing space on more than 350 acres of land at the southern end of the Las Vegas Valley. On average, over the first 20 years of operations, the new manufacturing park will generate over $4.9 billion in total economic impact annually and support 9,956 high-wage, high quality permanent advanced manufacturing jobs (19,059 total jobs including indirect and induced effects). Further, the construction of the Sloan Project would support nearly 9,500 skilled construction-related jobs over five years of phased construction (14,317 total jobs when considering indirect and induced effects).