Short-Term Rental Units

Short-Term Rental Units

On June 21, 2022, the Board of County Commissioners passed the proposed ordinance related to the regulation of the short-term rental industry in unincorporated Clark County. According to Nevada Revised Statutes, the ordinance will be effective after two weeks, or July 5, 2022 in this case.

This page will be updated as more information becomes available.


It is currently illegal under Clark County Code 30.44.010(b)(7)(C) to rent residential property for fewer than 31 days in unincorporated Clark County. Assembly Bill 363 (AB 363) in the 2021 Nevada legislative session mandates the County to enact an ordinance to authorize short-term rentals subject to the provisions of AB 363 and any further policies put in place by our Board of County Commissioners. We have included resources below for your review while the research, analysis, and consideration of stakeholder input is occurring for the proposed ordinance to regulate short-term rental units for the purposes of transient lodging.

Applications for short-term rental units are not being accepted at this time. If you submit an application in an attempt to obtain a license for a short-term rental unit your application will be terminated and the non-refundable application fee of $45 will be forfeited. 

As new information becomes available, this page will be updated to include those resources as necessary.