Proposed Amendments to Clark County Code

Proposed Amendments to Clark County Code Related to Business Licensing
All interested parties are invited to provide feedback and comments to the Department about the proposed amendments listed below. Comments should be directed as instructed in the applicable public notification letters (included below) or to the following email address:

Each of these proposed amendments have been, or will soon be, formally introduced before the Board of County Commissioners or the Liquor & Gaming Licensing Board, as applicable. Upon introduction, the Board will schedule the date and time for a public hearing. All written comments received by the Department will be provided to the Board for consideration at the public hearing. In addition, anyone wishing to speak at the public hearing may do so by filling out a comment card the day of the hearing. Following the public hearing, the Board will formally consider the adoption of the proposed amendment. Adopted ordinances related to Business Licensing are available here.

For additional information about upcoming meetings of the Board of County Commissioners and the Liquor & Gaming Licensing Board, please see County Meeting Agendas.

Proposed Amendments Seeking Public Comment
Proposed Amendment Summary Title and Chapter of Code Notification Letter Public Comment Due By Date
Burglar Alarm Systems Title 6, Chapter 6.76 Notification Letter
Dated March 31, 2022
Closed on: April 28, 2022 at 5 P.M.
Summary: An ordinance to amend Clark County Code Title 6, Chapter 6.76 to update terminology for electronic alarm systems; add definitions; clarify duties of an electronic security services provider; and providing for other matters properly related thereto.
Short-Term Rental Units and Accommodations Facilitators Title 4, Chapter 4.08
Title 6, Chapter 6.12
Title 7 - Business Regulations
Title 30, Chapter 30.44
Notification Letter
Dated April 27, 2022
Closed on: May 18, 2022 at 5 P.M.
Summary: An ordinance to amend Title 4, Chapter 4.08 of the Clark County Code to subject short-term rentals to the combined transient lodging tax; to amend Title 6, Chapter 6.12, to exclude short-term rentals from the definition of "Vacation Homes"; to amend Title 7 by adding new Chapter 7.100 ("Short-term Rental Units") and a new Chapter 7.110 ("Accommodations Facilitators") to establish regulations pertaining to the licensing and operation of short-term rental units and accommodation facilitators, including license eligibility, operational requirements, fees, penalties, and enforcement; and to amend Title 30, Chapter 30.44, to allow licensed short-term rental units in residential zoning districts; and providing for other matters properly relating thereto.

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.