Dust Control Applications & Forms
To complete an application, click on the appropriate link below. If you need further assistance, please contact an Air Quality Specialist at the Department of Air Quality (DAQ) main office at 702-455-1524.
To view instructions for completing the forms below click here
If applying for a Dust Control Permit in the jurisdiction of unincorporated Clark County, read this notice.
Dust Control Permit Application - Forms DCP 01, DCP 02, DCP 03, DCP 04, DCP 05, A-1, and A-2.
Supplement to the Dust Mitigation Plan - B-1 and B-2 - These two pages contain the instructions that you will need to complete the supplement.
Dust Control Permit Renewal Form - DCP 10 - This form is to renew an expiring Dust Control Permit.
Permit Modification Form - DCP 06 - This form is required to change information on your Dust Control Permit.
Project Completion Form - DCP 08 - This form is required to close your Dust Control Permit.
Permit Address/Contact Change Form - DCP 06A - This form is used to change the Permittee's address and/or other contact information.
Transfer of a Dust Control Permit - DCP 11 -This form is required to transfer the permit or change the property owner.
Dust Control Sign - Information and requirements for the required signage.
Dust Palliative Information - DCP 07 - This form is required if you plan to use a Dust Palliative for long-term soil stabilization.
Dust Control Monitor - DCP 09 - This form is required for projects with over 50 acres of disturbed soil.
Daily Record Form - A-3 - This form contains the information you must maintain daily.
Soils Analysis for Projects 50 Acres or More - DCP 12 - This form is required for all permit applications of 50 acres or more.
Demolition Notification Form
Dust Class Registration Form – DCP 15 – This form is used to register for Dust Class or to reschedule a Dust Class
In addition, you can select one of these links to access the Construction Quick Look Book or the Construction Activities Dust Control Handbook.
Active Dust Control Permits
Active Permits by Area.pdf
Vacant Land Signage
Private Property Signs
The Clark County Department of Air Quality (DAQ) welcomes you to utilize the artwork provided herein to produce and post signs on your property. Please follow the recommendations contained in “Sign Use – Directions.”
Sign Use - Directions
No Trespassing/Dumping Sign
No Vehicles Sign
Road Closed Sign