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.
- 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