NRS 244.3544
Hearing: Notice

  • investigation
  • grant, denial or conditioning of license
  • issuance of license.


Upon receipt of a complete application and the application fee, the clerk shall:


Set the application for public hearing at a regular meeting of the board, not less than 15 days nor more than 30 days thereafter, and give not less than 10 days’ written notice thereof to the applicant.


Promptly give notice of such hearing and copies of the application to the sheriff, the county health officer and the county engineer, who shall investigate the application and report in writing to the board not later than the hearing with appropriate recommendations related to their official functions, as to granting a license and conditions thereof.


Based upon the testimony of the witnesses and evidence presented at such hearing, including the reports of such officers, the board shall grant the license, deny the license or set conditions which must be met, or security given that such conditions will be met, before a license is granted. If conditions are imposed by the board, the applicant shall furnish or cause to be furnished to the clerk proof that all conditions have been met before the license is issued by the clerk.


When the clerk certifies that all conditions have been met, the sheriff shall, upon receipt of a license fee in an amount to be determined by the board, issue a license for the assembly.

Source: Section 244.3544 — Hearing: Notice; investigation; grant, denial or conditioning of license; issuance of license., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-244.­html#NRS244Sec3544.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 244.3544’s source at nv​.us