Short-term or vacation rentals are the rental of a residential dwelling unit for periods of 30 consecutive days or fewer. There are expectations that property owners and tenants will comply with all ordinances pertaining to noise, parking, business licenses and number of occupants allowed at the residence. Weddings, birthday parties, bachelor/bachelorette parties and other types of special events are not allowed.
Here are frequently asked questions about short-term rentals.
We have established a 24-hour hotline (702-229-3500) to register a complaint about a short-term rental in your neighborhood. This non-emergency line is to handle complaints of noise, excessive number of tenants, large parties, trash and parking. It is important that you call during the events and provide the address so that staff may respond in a timely manner.
- Noise - Outside music or excessive noise that can be heard 50 feet from the property line is in violation of the Las Vegas Municipal Code.
- Parking - All vehicles associated with the residents of the short-term rental must be parked in the driveway. Vehicles are not to block neighboring properties' driveways or community mailboxes.
- Trash - Refuse shall not be left out or be stored in public view, except in proper containers for the purpose of collection in accordance with the requirements of Las Vegas Municipal Code Chapter 9.08.
Short Term Rental Questions
Utilize the below instructions and application to apply for a short-term rental license.
If you have additional questions, please call 702-229-6281.