North Las Vegas City Hall open to the public, use of online services strongly encouraged

North Las Vegas, Nevada – North Las Vegas City Hall reopened to the public Monday, June 1, with social distancing measures in place and in compliance with OSHA, CDC and SNHD guidance.

Customers will be directed to thermal scanners and will be asked if they have experienced any symptoms of COVID-19 before being allowed to enter the main lobby, customer service areas or City Council chamber.

Face coverings are highly encouraged.

Due to occupancy restrictions, customers should prepare for longer wait times. If City Hall reaches capacity, people will be asked to wait outside until other customers leave the facility. We highly encourage customers to continue using our online services instead. Some popular services include:

To visit any department located above the first floor, such as Public Works, an appointment is required. The Nevada Secretary of State’s office, located inside North Las Vegas City Hall, continues to offer services online and by mail. More information can be found at or by calling (775) 684-5708.

Additional City facilities scheduled to reopen to the public, in compliance with Governor Sisolak's Phase Two reopening directive:

  • Splash pads on Saturday, May 30
  • Recreation centers (at 50% occupancy) on Wednesday, June 3
  • Silver Mesa Recreation Center and Walker pools on Saturday, June 6 

The City reopened its Municipal Court, police stations, the Police Department's Records Bureau and Aliante Golf Course to the public earlier in May.

At this time, libraries, playgrounds, basketball courts and skate parks will remain closed.