Short-Term Rental Units

Short-Term Rental Units

Short-Term Rental Units

Assembly Bill 363 (AB363) in the 2021 Nevada legislative session mandated the County to enact an ordinance to authorize short-term rentals subject to the provisions of AB363 and any further policies put in place by the Board of County Commissioners. 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, and an amendment to the proposed ordinance was passed on April 4, 2023. The pre-application period for the Random Number Selection Process is closed as of March 13, 2023. The Random Number Selection Process was conducted on March 29, 2023. To view the results of the random number selection process and the sequence in which the pre-applications will be considered, click here. This page will be updated as more information becomes available.

Short-Term Rental Unit License Applicants
pdated as of April 15, 2024)

On April 15, 2024, the Clark County Department of Business License sent out denial notices via regular and certified mail to applicants that submitted an incomplete application for a Short-Term Rental Unit License, are ineligible property owners, or applied using an ineligible residential unit under Clark County Code Chapter 7.100. The applicants may appeal the denial of their application per Clark County Code 7.100.110 - Issuance or denial of short-term rental license.  The appeal period will be open for thirty days. The denials are based on deficiencies identified in the application materials available to Clark County Department of Business License at this time. The reasons for denial are not exhaustive and additional reasons for denial may be identified upon physical inspection and continued investigation. 
7.100.110 - Issuance or denial of short-term rental license.
(b)Upon denial of an application for a short-term rental license, the department shall issue a written notice of the denial of the application to the applicant which clearly sets forth the reasons for the denial. Any applicant aggrieved by the denial of an application for a short-term rental license may request an administrative hearing before a hearing officer in accordance with the provisions of Section 6.04.090(j) of this code.
Clark County Department of Business License is continuing to review and investigate applications that have not been denied. This may include physical inspections and review of previous violations of Clark County Code.

The application period for Short-Term Rental Units is now closed.

  • A complete application for a Short-Term Rental Unit License must have been submitted by no later than Aug. 21, 2023.  Late or incomplete applications are not being considered.
  • Please be advised that it is prohibited and unlawful to operate a short-term rental unit in unincorporated Clark County without holding a valid unexpired short-term rental license pursuant to Clark County Code 7.100.230 and may result in enforcement action.
  • Should you have further questions, please contact our office at at your earliest convenience and reference your Short-Term Rental License Pre-Application Number.
Random Number Generator Selection Process Update

All accepted Short-term Rental Unit pre-applications received during the pre-application period were assigned a unique identification number. On March 29, 2023 at 1 p.m. all of the unique identification numbers were entered into a random number selection program that listed the pre-applications in a random order to determine the order the applications will be considered for a short-term rental license. Important: The inclusion of an pre-application on the list does not guarantee that an applicant will receive a short-term rental license.

The random number generator process was broadcast live, but was available for viewing on:

The results were posted on the Clark County Business License website once the process was concluded.

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