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File #: 22-0825   
Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/25/2022 In control: Clark County Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 6/7/2022 Final action:
Title: Consider and approve the Business Impact Statement, pursuant to NRS Chapter 237, for the proposed amendments to Clark County Code Title 4, Chapter 4.08 to subject short-term rentals to the combined transient lodging tax; to amend Title 6, Chapter 6.12, to exclude short-term rentals from the definition of "vacation homes"; to amend Title 7 by adding new Chapter 7.100 ("Short-Term Rental Units") and a new Chapter 7.110 ("Accommodations Facilitators") to establish regulations pertaining to the licensing and operation of short-term rental units and accommodation facilitators, including license eligibility, operational requirements, fees, penalties, and enforcement; and to amend Title 30, Chapter 30.44 to allow licensed short-term rental units in residential zoning districts; and providing for other matters properly related thereto; and for such other requirements deemed necessary by the Board. Commission District: All. (For possible action)
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. BusItem_STR_BIS_Signed_20220607.pdf, 3. BIS Attachment 1 - Notification Letter, 4. BIS Attachment 2 - Publication of Notification, 5. BIS Attachment 3 - Comments For or More Restrictive, 6. BIS Attachment 4 - Comments Opposed or Less Restrictive, 7. BIS Attachment 5 - Comments in Support of STR Industry, 8. BIS Attachment 6 - Comments from Accommodations Facilitators

CLARK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

AGENDA ITEM

 

Petitioner:

Vincent V. Queano, Director of Business License

Recommendation: 

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Consider and approve the Business Impact Statement, pursuant to NRS Chapter 237, for the proposed amendments to Clark County Code Title 4, Chapter 4.08 to subject short-term rentals to the combined transient lodging tax; to amend Title 6, Chapter 6.12, to exclude short-term rentals from the definition of “vacation homes”; to amend Title 7 by adding new Chapter 7.100 (“Short-Term Rental Units”) and a new Chapter 7.110 (“Accommodations Facilitators”) to establish regulations pertaining to the licensing and operation of short-term rental units and accommodation facilitators, including license eligibility, operational requirements, fees, penalties, and enforcement; and to amend Title 30, Chapter 30.44 to allow licensed short-term rental units in residential zoning districts; and providing for other matters properly related thereto; and for such other requirements deemed necessary by the Board. Commission District: All. (For possible action)

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FISCAL IMPACT:

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BACKGROUND: 

Pursuant to NRS 237.080, before adopting a proposed rule, the Board must consider a business impact statement to determine whether the proposed rule will: (a) impose a direct and significant economic burden upon a business; or (b) directly restrict the formation, operation or expansion of a business.

Pursuant to NRS 237.090, a business impact statement must be considered by the Board at a public meeting held at least 10 calendar days before the public meeting of the Board held to adopt the proposed rule.

The attached business impact statement summarizes the comments received from the business community and individuals and addresses the impact of the proposed ordinance on potentially affected businesses.

Staff recommends that the Board consider and approve the attached business impact statement.