INTERIM OPERATIONS NOTICE– COVID-19 RESPONSE
In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and in an effort to help curtail the spread of the virus, DES has closed its public counter. We are implementing the following interim changes to our operations until further notice.
Dust Control Operating Permit Applications
Dust Control Operating Permit applications will be accepted only by mail delivery or electronically at email@example.com, and will be reviewed/processed accordingly. The Department of Environment and Sustainability (DAQ) will email the invoice for the permit acreage fees at the time of permit issuance.
Dust Class Registrations
Dust Class registration forms will be accepted only by mail delivery or electronically at firstname.lastname@example.org without a designated class date listed. DAQ will contact the registrant to confirm a class date and collect payment once normal operations are resumed. If your dust card expired or is expiring during this time period, DAQ will still honor the card.
Asbestos NESHAP Notifications
Asbestos NESHAP Notification of Asbestos Abatement forms, NESHAP Demolition Notification forms, and asbestos surveys will be accepted only by mail delivery or electronically at email@example.com and will be reviewed accordingly. DAQ will email the invoice for the applicable asbestos program fees at the time of receipt.
Stationary Source applications will be accepted only by mail delivery or electronically, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Emailed applications must be submitted from the email address of the responsible official.
Processing of applications will be in the order they are received. Application filing fees must be included with submittals made by mail. Application filing fees for electronic submissions, along with review and issuance fees, will be invoiced when permits are ready to be issued.
Test Notification Forms for Gasoline Dispensing Operations (GDO)
All vapor test notifications for gasoline dispensing operations will only be accepted by mail delivery or electronically at AQCompliance@Clarkcountynv.gov. Faxes will not be accepted at this time. It is still mandatory that you use DAQ's GDO Test Notification Form. Each test notification form must include the responsible official's signature.
Stack Testing and Relative Accuracy Test Audit (RATA) Protocols
All stack testing and RATA protocols will be accepted only by mail delivery or electronically at AQCompliance@Clarkcountynv.gov. Faxes will not be accepted at this time. Please refer to DAQ's Air Quality Source Testing Guidelines for protocol submittals. DAQ will email the invoice for applicable stack testing fees at the time of issuance of the protocol approval letter.
Vapor Testing, Stack Testing and RATA Reports
All vapor testing reports, stack testing and RATA reports will be accepted only by mail delivery or electronically at AQCompliance@Clarkcountynv.gov. It is still mandatory that you use DAQ's GDO Test Results Submittal Form. Each test results form must include the responsible official's signature. For stack testing and RATA reports submittals please refer to DAQ's Air Quality Source Testing Guidelines.
Requests for records will be accepted only electronically at aqrecordsrequest@ClarkCountyNV.gov. Please do not email directly to individuals in the department. The records request form can be downloaded directly here. The mailbox will be checked approximately four days a week.
If mail submission is allowable per the information above, use this address:
Clark County Department of Environment and Sustainability
4701 W. Russell Road, Suite 200
Las Vegas, NV 89118
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If you do not reach a person, please leave a message and someone will return your call.
This information is subject to change without notice
The Department of Environment and Sustainability is the air pollution control agency, regional Endangered Species Act compliance program, and sustainability office for all of Clark County, Nevada. Established as the Department of Air Quality by the Clark County Commission in 2001, it was renamed in 2020 and is comprised of three divisions: Air Quality, Desert Conservation Program and Office of Sustainability.
Through the work of these three divisions, DES is ensuring the air we share meets healthful, regulatory standards, administering the County's Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan and addressing climate change.