Statewide eviction moratorium expires May 31, 2021.
Federal eviction moratorium extended to July 31, 2021.
Las Vegas/Clark County:
Eviction notices such as these are prepared and issued by the landlord. When served by the Las Vegas Township Constable's (LVTC) Office, the notice would display a LVTC line and no stamp, as shown here. It is important to note that a legitimate notice now contains a reference to mediation and rental assistance programs.
Federal Eviction Information:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Extends Moratorium on Evictions
National Low Income Housing Coalition Information
State of Nevada Housing Information
Archive Nevada State Directives Governing Evictions, Mortgage/Rent and Housing:
Declaration of Emergency Directive 036 - Temporarily halting residential evictions for tenants unable to pay rent due to COVID-19
Declaration of Emergency Directive 031 - Extension of Residential Evictions Moratorium
Nevada Health Response Guidance for Tenants and Landlords (View in Spanish)
- Directive 025 – Gradual Lift of Evictions Moratorium (06-25-2020)
- Guidance for Tenants under Directive 025 – FAQs
- Guidance for Landlords and Tenants – General FAQs
- Guidance for Landlords under Directive 025 – FAQs
- Lease Addendum and Promissory Note for Rental Arrearages Due to COVID-19
- Guidance for Commercial Properties under Directive 025 – FAQs
- Directive 025 Reference Chart
- Eviction Relief for Nevadans (4/07/2020)
- Governor Sisolak Guidance: Directive 008 – Evictions (UPDATED) (3/29/2020) (View in Spanish)
- Mortgage assistance during COVID-19 outbreak (Updated) (4/20/2020)
- Governor Sisolak, Attorney General Ford, State Treasurer Conine announce housing stability measures amid COVID-19 public health crisis (3/29/2020)
- Declaration of Emergency Directive 008 (3/29/2020)