City of Las Vegas

Department of Planning
Business Licensing Division
333 N. Rancho Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89106


To sell, offer for sale, or solicit orders for goods or services upon the streets, sidewalks, or alleys of the City, or by going from dwelling to dwelling or place to place whether by foot or by other means of transportation.

1. Provide proof of compliance with the Nevada Secretary of State located at 2250 Las Vegas Boulevard North, North Las Vegas, Nevada 89030. For additional information call (702) 486-2880 or visit their website at www.nvsilverflume.gov. Provide proof of compliance with the Nevada Department of Taxation located at 555 East Washington Avenue, Suite 1300, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101. For additional information call (866) 962-3707 or visit their website at www.nvsilverflume.gov.

2. Obtain and provide to the City of Las Vegas a surety bond in the amount of $5,000. Bond must be conditioned to be paid to the City of Las Vegas or to any person who suffers any damage by reason of any misrepresentation or violation of the provisions of LVMC 6.30 by the licensee, his agents or employees.

3. Each principal and each employee of the business must obtain and maintain a valid work card pursuant to Las Vegas Municipal Code Chapter 6.86. Call (702) 828-3271 for additional information.

4. At least ten working days prior to commencing business, bring a completed temporary license application and all applicable items listed above to the Business Licensing Division, 333 N. Rancho Drive, Las Vegas NV 89106.

5. Fees due with the application are $50.00 per week for each peddler or solicitor, or $150.00 per month for permits issued on a monthly or thirty-day basis, plus a one-time application process fee of $50.00. Make checks payable to CITY OF LAS VEGAS LICENSE.

6. After the work card investigation for a peddler/solicitor permit under this Chapter has been completed, the Director shall approve, deny or take such other action with respect to the permit/application as he considers appropriate. The Director may deny, revoke or suspend a permit for good cause per LVMC 6.62.060.