Clark County Code Adopted Ordinances Related to Business Licensing
Each of these adopted ordinances have been formally introduced before the Board of County Commissioners or the Liquor & Gaming Licensing Board, as applicable. Following introduction, the Board scheduled the date and time for a public hearing. All written comments received by the Department were provided to the Board for consideration at the public hearing. In addition, anyone who wished to speak at the public hearing was able to do so by filling out a comment card the day of the hearing. Following the public hearing, the Board formally considered the proposed amendment and moved for adoption into Clark County Code.
For additional information about proposed amendments by Business License, upcoming meetings of the Board of County Commissioners and the Liquor & Gaming Licensing Board, please see County Meeting Agendas.
|Adopted On (Date)||Adopted Ordinance Regarding||Clark County Code (Title and Chapter)||Signed Ordinance|
|Oct. 20, 2020||Medical and Retail Cannabis Establishments||Title 8, Chapter 8.60 and 8.65||Codified|
|Dec. 15, 2020||Combined Transient Lodging Tax||Title 4, Chapter 4.08||Codified|
|Dec. 15, 2020||Wireless Communications Facilities||Title 5, Chapter 5.02
Title 6, Chapter 6.12
|March 1, 2022||Drive-through/ Walk-up Window for Certain Food Establishments||Title 8, Chapter 8.20||Codified|
|April 19, 2022||Solid Waste Management||Title 9, Chapter 9.04||Available Here|
|May 17, 2022||Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing||Title 6 - Business Licenses||Available Here|
|June 7, 2022||Enclosed Areas||Title 8, Chapter 8.20||Available Here|
|June 7, 2022||Karaoke Rooms
||Title 8, Chapter 8.20||Available Here|
The Clark County Department of Business License makes every effort to produce and publish the most current and accurate information possible. However, no warranties, expressed or implied, are provided for the data herein, its use, or its interpretation. Issuance of a business license is not an endorsement of the business practices of the licensee.