Renters received last-minute relief this week when Gov. Steve Sisolak extended the state’s eviction moratorium by 45 days, but many Nevada landlords aren’t too pleased.
The governor’s newest directive means renters can’t be kicked out of their homes for not paying their rent for at least 45 days, but that doesn’t mean all evictions remain halted.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Monday announced a 45-day extension of the moratorium on evictions, one day before the current moratorium was set to expire.
Governor Steve Sisolak announced Thursday that the eviction moratorium enacted at the start of the coronavirus crisis will be discontinued in phases over the summer.
Sisolak said his order applies to evictions that were already filed before the declaration, and prohibits new lockouts, evictions filings and notices to pay. It also applies to commercial buildings, to protect small businesses closed by Sisolak’s previous order.
The number of eviction cases filed in Las Vegas Justice Court fell sharply last year following reforms to the state’s eviction law.
A downtown Henderson man wants to build a multimillion-dollar housing development in a neighborhood of World War II-era homes.
Developer Sam Cherry said that in shareDOWNTOWN, located on the corner of Casino Center Boulevard and Colorado Avenue, a therapist will visit regularly to meet with tenants.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a public-private partnership with the owner of the Safari Motel on a $440,000 renovation, expected to be completed by May 30, city documents show.
Attorney General Aaron Ford’s announcement came after multiple property management companies announced plans to alter renters’ leases.