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Changes to Local Rules and Regulations for Southern Nevada Businesses

Changes to Local Rules and Regulations for Southern Nevada Businesses

Local departments have made some changes to their operations following the Governor’s directive to mitigate the risk of COVID-19. Below are some changes from Clark County and cities around Southern Nevada.

Clark County

  • Penalties and late fees will not be assessed on business licenses that become due during April, May or June 2020 (this may be extended).
  • The status of the business license will be not be changed to Delinquent status for license fees that become due during April, May or June 2020 (this may be extended).
  • Collaborate with business owners to allow payment plans for renewal fees.
  • No disciplinary action for business license fee payments submitted after the due date.

For information from Clark County, click here: https://www.clarkcountynv.gov/business-license/Pages/default.aspx

City of Las Vegas

  • A 60-day grace period for business license renewals with due dates of March 1 or April 1.
  • Options to close general or privileged licenses and no cost to reinstate them.
  • Temporary privilege business licenses are available for issuance for 90 days.
  • A liquor license option to pay a reduced fee during the temporary closure.
  • A gaming license option to pay a reduced fee during the temporary closure.
  • Video inspection programs are available as an alternative to traditional in-person inspections. Those with eligible permit types can opt to schedule an inspection using Skype.

For more information from the City of Las Vegas, click here: https://www.lasvegasnevada.gov/News/Blog/Detail/business-licensing-during-coronavirus

City of Henderson

  • The City will not assess interest or late fees on delinquent payment of license renewal fees.
  • City issued business licenses will not expire or be revoked for delinquent payments.

For more information from the City of Henderson, click here: https://cityofhenderson.com/fire/covid-19-info/flu-coronavirus-prevention

City of North Las Vegas

  • Allowing a 60-day grace period for flat fee business license renewals that were due March 31
  • Working with Clark County, Henderson and Las Vegas in a coordinated effort to allow a 60-day grace period for multi-jurisdictional contractor business license renewals, which are due April 30.
  • Allowing special temporary licenses for existing restaurants to sell alcohol curbside.
  • Moved Self-Certification Training online for businesses that want to fast-track development projects.
  • Now offering more expanded options for inspections via video.

For more information from the City of North Las Vegas, click here: http://www.cityofnorthlasvegas.com/newsdetail_T6_R521.php