Nevada Contractors Board Provides Guidance as Construction Continues Amidst #COVID-19
In a booming town like Las Vegas it’s no wonder that Governor Sisolak considers construction/repair and home maintenance/repair services essential businesses during the COVID-19 crisis1. As a result, developers, contractors and the alike can continue operations as usual while practicing social distancing.
The Nevada Contractors Board issued an Advisory Notice indicating that contractors may continue to mail applications and forms to the Board’s office even while they are closed, but recognize there may be processing delays. The Board advised that consumer complaint investigations are ongoing with investigative processes being held via telephone when possible.
The Board is directing all contractors to visit its site for additional information and instruction. You can find the Advisory Notice, along with other information regarding the Board’s instructions at http://www.nvcontractorsboard.com/
Even though the Board’s offices are closed, your obligations to license, respond to complaints, and adhere to investigations are still in effect. The attorneys at Newmeyer Dillion’s Las Vegas Office are standing by to assist with navigating your needs.
http://www.labor.nv.gov: Non-Essential Businesses Closure Announcement March 17, 2020
Newmeyer Dillion continues to follow the COVID-19 situation closely to help its clients in this rapidly evolving situation. Reach out to our COVID-19 Task Force if you have questions about the impacts on your business.