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Short-Term Rentals Remain A Problem Despite Ban In Clark County

Party houses continue to be a problem in the valley despite Clark County’s ban on short-term rentals.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports some Spring Valley-area residents told county commissioners they have seen repeated violations of the law at recent meetings.

A spokesman from the county said they have received just over 100 complaints about possible short-term rentals from January 1 through March 1.

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Renting out one’s property for less than 30 days is illegal in unincorporated Clark County.

Last year the county added six code enforcement positions to dedicate to the short-term rental enforcement laws. This year, they are adding four more.