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Current Operations As of March 29, 2021

OFFICES NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC

The Henderson and Reno offices of the Nevada State Contractors Board are now physically open to the public. Staff will be available from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday to assist customers in-person with licensing and investigative services.  Customers may receive assistance on a walk-in basis, however, it is still recommended to make an appointment with the staff member assigned to a complaint or licensing application.

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to the COVID -19 restrictions and precautions, the Board will require all customers to take their temperature using a digital thermometer, apply hand sanitizer, and wear face masks at all times upon entering the Board’s offices.  Visitors will also be required to maintain social distancing of 6-feet. These requirements will be enforced for all visitors, including those attending public meetings.  Failure to comply with the Board’s health requirements may result in denial of service.

A drop box will continue to be available in both the Henderson and Reno offices where documents can be submitted to the Board.

CONTRACTORS BOARD PROVIDES ASSISTANCE WITH ALL SERVICES

The Nevada State Contractors Board is pleased to provide all of its services to customers in need during the Emergency Declaration order.  This includes all services regarding new applications; existing licenses or license changes; filing and investigation of licensed and unlicensed complaints; and other administrative services.

NOW AVAILABLE: Online submission for new contractor license applications.  Begin your application today: https://app.nvcontractorsboard.com/Clients/NVSCB/Private/Shared/Login.aspx

The Board continues to hold its regular meetings and hearings online; however, it will soon be transitioning back to physical in-person meetings.  Please review hearing notices and agendas carefully for proper instructions on attendance requirements.  Agendas and subscription services can be accessed at: http://www.nvcontractorsboard.com/#agenda.

While the Board is pleased to offer in-person assistance, customers are still encouraged to utilize the following contact methods for convenience purposes:

LICENSING AND CUSTOMER SERVICE CONTACTContact Us / Provide Feedback Form,CustomerService@nscb.state.nv.us or 702-486-1100 (So. NV); 775-688-1141 (No. NV)

ENFORCEMENT CONTACTEnforcement@nscb.state.nv.us or 702-486-1149 (So. NV); 775-850-7819 (No. NV)

SUBMITTING DOCUMENTS: Documents can be submitted to either office for processing.

HARD COPY:

Documents can be hand-delivered to the Henderson office, or placed in hard copy form in the designated and secure “Drop Box” outside the main entrances of both offices between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Drop Box is monitored regularly throughout the day to retrieve documents. Only check payments should be included.

MAIL:

Documents can be mailed to either office location:
2310 Corporate Circle, Suite 200, Henderson, NV 89074
5390 Kietzke Lane, Suite 102, Reno, NV 89511

E-MAIL:

Documents can be emailed to your assigned license analyst or investigator.

FINGERPRINTS:

Check the following link for fingerprint locations throughout Nevada: https://rccd.nv.gov/FeesForms/Fingerprints/

LICENSE RENEWALS: License renewals are being processed daily.

RENEWAL OPTIONS:

  • ONLINE (preferred):  Access login and account registration information from the “online license renewal” tab on the board’s website.
  • MAIL:  Mail your completed renewal form and fee to one of the Board’s offices.
  • DROP OFF:  Place your completed renewal form and fee in the “Drop Box” outside of the main office entrance.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What online services are available?

  • LICENSE SEARCH
    Check the status of a contractor’s license, including disciplinary action. Search for licensed contractors by county and classification.
  • LICENSING FORMS
    Immediate access to forms and applications regarding new contractor’s licenses, license change needs, bond requirements, indemnification, limit increases, and all other licensing needs.
  • COMPLAINT FORMS
    Download and complete complaint forms against licensed or unlicensed contractors.
  • ONLINE LICENSE RENEWAL
    You are encouraged to renew your contractor’s license online. You will find login and account registration instructions on the “Online License Renewal” tab of the Board’s website.

Are there current guidelines for construction worker safety related to COVID-19?

Yes.  Safety guidance and recommendations have been provided to the construction industry by Nevada’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA); Nevada Department of Health and Human Services; as well as directives from Governor Sisolak and national health organizations.

What resources are available for employers during the pandemic?

Governor Sisolak’s Declaration of Emergency Directives

All Emergency Declaration Orders

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How to Become a Licensed Contractor

Thank you for your interest in becoming a licensed Nevada contractor.  The following information will provide you with a resource of information for applying for a Nevada contractor’s license. 

It may be helpful to start by reviewing and printing the New License Application Form.

When you are ready to apply, please visit the applications, forms, and guides.

You may also attend our FREE Business Assistance Program to learn key requirements for licensure and other helpful tips. This site offers an online video and downloadable reference guide for those who are unable to attend in-person.

The video found below is another great resource to guide you through the application and will provide you with helpful information needed when starting the process of applying for a license in Nevada.

Please review the State Contractors Handbook to learn and understand Nevada Law. Access the additional references on our website to learn more about required disclosures, pool and spa laws, and to view the Reference Guide for the Nevada Design and Construction Industry.

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Online License Renewal

Renewing your contractor’s license online is quick and convenient.

If you are a fist time user, create your online account using the Online License Renewal Login link to the right, then select Create Account and follow the prompts. You will need the online registration ID located in the upper right-hand corner of your renewal form.

If you already have an account, use the Online License Renewal Login link and enter your account email address and password.

For assistance creating your online account or renewing your contractor’s license, contact Araceli Martinez, our online expert at (775) 850-7818.

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