Business License

 Clark County Business License is taking customers for lobby services by appointment.

General Public Gatherings
Effective Monday, March 15, operators doing business in Clark County should be aware of changing and updating COVID restrictions as follows:

Public gatherings and events can allow 250 people or 50% of the fire code capacity, whichever is less under strict social distancing requirements.
Large gathering plans for trade shows, conferences, and conventions are allowed for approval. 
Businesses that can operate at 50 percent include:
  • Libraries, Museums, Art Galleries, Aquariums & Zoos
  • Retail Stores & Indoor Malls
  • Medicinal & Recreational Cannabis Establishments
  • Community/Recreational Centers (incl. public pools)
  • Food & Beverage Establishments: Restaurants, Bars, Pubs, Wineries Distilleries & Breweries (those that serve food and those that do not)
  • Places of Worship
  • Gyms, Fitness Studios, Yoga Studios, Dance Studios, Martial Arts Studios & similar establishments
  • Gaming Floors
  • Arcades, Racetracks, Bowling Alleys, Mini-Golf, Pool Halls/Billiards Rooms, Amusement and Theme Parks & similar activities

Youth & Adult Recreational Sports
Tournaments allowed to resume if Preparedness & Safety Plan approved by applicable state authorities.

Salons & Beauty Services
May operate under strict social distancing requirements and protocols established by existing Directives and/or guidance issued by the applicable regulatory body
  • Spas, Massage Therapy & Massage Establishments
  • Hair Salons, Barbershops, Nail Salons & businesses that provide Aesthetic Skin Services
  • Body Art & Piercing establishments
 To see full updates, review the Governor's Directive 41 and the Roadmap to Recovery for a graphic play-by-play of COVID Reopening Restriction changes.
The County's Business License Department will continue to monitor online applications and online renewals. Visit online services for more information.

Reaching Clark County Business License Online
County employees will continue responding to customers by email. See the list below for a variety of common accommodations:

Report businesses violating COVID-19 protocols by visiting the County's NEW Fix it Clark County website

Visit the full Business License website.