Business Impact Statements

Nevada now requires that a municipality considering a new ordinance, or amending an old ordinance, which is likely to impose a direct and significant economic burden on a business, to perform an analysis of the impact and prepare for the record a business impact statement.

The analysis requires, in part, sending copies of the proposed ordinance amendment to specifically affected businesses, to trade unions, to the Chamber of Commerce, in such a way as to give notice to the businesses that might be affected.


Brothel Liscensing FeeBusiness Impact Statement

Conditions of Utility Occupancy of Public Rights Of Way or Public Easement, Dig Smart Requirements, and City Excavation Permits Business Impact Statement.