Per directive from the Governor, all state agencies are closed to the public but that doesn’t mean that they aren’t still offering services. Below is a guide with what some of the Nevada state agencies are doing, services they are still providing, and resources they are offering.
Business and Industry: On March 17, 2020,The Department of Business and Industry (B&I) offices closed their doors to all foot traffic. They remained open for many services via telephone, online, and through email. So who does this all impact? The Department of Business and Industry includes the Director’s Office, 11 state agencies, and 25 commissions, advisory boards and committees. Because B&I includes so many state agencies, they put all the COVID-19 related information in one spot. Take a look for the most up to date announcements and plans from the Real Estate Division, Nevada Transportation Authority, Financial Institutions Division, and more.
Department of Motor Vehicles: The DMV also closed all of its locations on March 17, 2020. They do not have a date set to reopen at this point but as soon as that changes we will update that here with when that will happen and what it will look like.
The DMV is still offering online and kiosk services when possible and any driver’s license, vehicle registration, or other DMV issued document that is set to expire during the closures shall be extended by 90 days from the date the offices reopen to the public. They have provided an extension letter to present to law enforcement if needed:
What Nevada state agencies are you curious about? If there is one you are interested in that we didn’t include let us know below and we’ll be happy to update you about it.