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Welcome to the Nevada State Contractors Board! 

  • Holiday closure: We are closed on Monday, February 19, 2024.

IMPORTANT RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

Other helpful information:

CONSUMER LINKS

APPLICANT LINKS

CONTRACTOR LINKS

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

LICENSING & CUSTOMER SERVICE CONTACT:
E-mail:  CustomerService@nscb.state.nv.us  
Call:      (702) 486-1100 (So. NV); (775) 688-1141 (No. NV)
Contact Us / Provide Feedback Form

INVESTIGATIONS CONTACT:
E-mail:  Investigations@nscb.state.nv.us
Call:      (702) 486-1160 (So. NV); (775) 688-1150 (No. NV)

BOND SUBMITTALS:
E-mail:  Bonds@nscb.state.nv.us
Call:      (702) 486-1100 (So. NV); (775) 688-1141 (No. NV)

SUBMITTING DOCUMENTS:

HARD COPY:

Documents can be hand-delivered or placed in the secured “Drop Box” located outside the main entrance of both offices between the hours of 7:00 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:

Northern Nevada:
5390 Kietzke Lane, Suite 102
Reno, NV 89511

Southern Nevada:
8400 West Sunset Road, Suite 150
Las Vegas, NV 89113

E-MAIL:

Documents can be e-mailed to your assigned license analyst or investigator.

FINGER-PRINTS:

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

License Searches

License Searches


Understanding License Detail Information

Learn about the information contained in the “License Details” page and what to review before hiring a contractor.

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  • Report unlicensed contracting activity

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Agendas & Minutes

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Disciplinary Hearings
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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.

Quick links:

Online Services Login

Applying for, or renewing, a contractor’s license is quick and convenient.

First time users should create an online account using the Online Services Login link on the right, then select Create Account and follow the prompts. The on-line registration ID is located on the new license congratulatory letter and the renewal application.

If an account has already been established, click on the Online Services Login link and enter the account email address and password.

For assistance creating an online account, completing an online application, or renewing a contractor’s license, click the Help link or contact (775) 688-1141.

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The Nevada State Contractors Board is funded from fees collected from licensees.
The Nevada State Contractors Board does not receive funds from the State General Fund.