Housing & Eviction Information

Housing Evictions in Nevada
Statewide eviction moratorium expired May 31, 2021. 
The CDC eviction moratorium has ended. Landlords now have the ability to evict renters who are unable to pay rent during the COVID-19 pandemic. CDC Information on Financial Assistance for Food, Housing and Bills

Clark County, Regional Partners Announce Extended Eviction Prevention Program Clark County CARES Housing Assistance Program (CHAP)
(Get help for rent or utility payments)
Directive 043 Directive 043 Guidance
Lease Addendum & Promissory Note for Rental Arrearages Notice to Tenants in English & Spanish Instructions for Tenants  

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. 
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Federal Assistance Information:
CDC Information on Financial Assistance for Food, Housing and Bills
National Low Income Housing Coalition Information

State of Nevada Housing Information   

Archived Nevada State Directives on 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)