Civil Marriage


As the Commissioner of Civil Marriages, the County Clerk is responsible for performing civil marriage ceremonies that are held in The Office of Civil Marriages.  In addition, Las Vegas has many lovely commercial wedding chapels, hotels, resorts and other venues from which to choose.

Some private wedding chapels have names similar to the Office of Civil Marriages. To avoid confusion, note that this office is located at 330 S. 3rd Street, 6th Floor, Suite 660.

  • Arrive 5 minutes prior to appointment time for check in
  • Couples arriving late will be required to reschedule their appointment
  • Couples are required to bring a witness
  • In addition to the witness, couples are permitted to bring up to eight (8) additional guests - no exceptions
  • Couples and their guests must adhere to any posted social distancing requirements
  • A facial covering/mask is required for everyone regardless of vaccination status
  • Credit or debit card payment only - no cash or checks will be accepted



  • $75.00 plus a credit card processing fee of $2.75 ($77.75 total)
  • Credit and debit card payment only (MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express) - no cash or checks will be accepted

330 S. 3rd Street, 6th floor, Suite 660
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Walking directions to The Office of Civil Marriages from the Marriage License Bureau: Turn left when you exit the Marriage License Bureau and walk down the stairs or handicap ramp.  Proceed North (left) on South 3rd Street and cross Lewis Avenue. 330 South 3rd Street is directly on the corner of Lewis Avenue and South 3rd Street. The entrance to the building faces South 3rd Street.

If you have any questions, please call 702-671-0577.

The solicitors outside of the Marriage License Bureau work for commercial wedding chapels. They are not employed by nor affiliated with The Office of Civil Marriages, the Marriage License Bureau or the Clark County Clerk's Office.

For your peace of mind, insist on a bill with all fees and recommended tips before you take your vows. 

All marriage officiants are required by law to file your marriage certificate with the Office of the County Clerk within 10 calendar days after your ceremony.