Air Quality has revised the Dust Control Operating Permit application. Over the past several years, the department has received many comments and suggestions from the public concerning the Dust Control Operating Permit application/process. We are listening to the suggestions and implementing changes to improve our permitting process.
Some of the changes include:
- A sign-waiver checkbox option for projects less than two weeks long;
- Elimination of the requirement to include multiple parcel numbers on applications; and
- A new requirement to include a project map with every application.
The revised application will take effect on November 3, 2017. Air Quality will be accepting both the old and the revised applications during a two-week transition period ending on November 19, 2017. Effective November 20, 2017, Air Quality will no longer accept the old application.
The revised application, along with instructions and a quick tip sheet, are available at:
Please use Internet Explorer when accessing the Clark County website and Adobe Acrobat Reader when accessing the forms.
If you have any questions regarding the revised application, please contact the Dust Permitting staff at (702) 455-5942 or Email: email@example.com