Clark County Land Management System

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In-person services

All in-person services at the Permit Center require an appointment. To schedule an appointment, email

CC LMS and IVR will be down for system updates on Tuesday, November 23, starting at 5:45 pm until about 10 pm. Customers will be unable to apply for a permit or schedule inspections during this time period. 

Online permitting 

You can register, apply for, in most cases pay, and track permits online via the public portal from the comfort of your office or home! 

Available online:

  • Building 
  • Fire 
  • Land Use Review 
  • Development Engineering 
  • Wetland/Habitat
  • Public Works Forestry
  • Public Works Development Inspection

Be sure to visit the CC LMS Training page where you will learn how to create an account, estimate fees, apply for a permit, or sign up for training.   

Check back with us frequently as we announce new features, releases, and planned maintenance on our systems.

Key points to remember:

  • Anyone with an online account can apply for a permit
  • Complete this simple registration to create an account
  • Refer to the Tidemark to LMS Crosswalk to determine the new permit type
  • View or download a How-To Guide
  • Quick Permits:  Apply and pay online, print from your browser
    * A standard convenience fee will apply to online payments


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Permit application submittal guidelines 

Visit our permit application submittal guidelines page for important information and instructions regarding application, submittal and issuance of your permit. 

We are requesting all applicants to apply online prior to making their permit application appointment. 

Rate increase

Effective June 1, 2021, building valuations will change based on the International Code Council annual update. Fees calculated on square footage or estimated valuations will increase. The average increase is about six percent.

Check acceptance

The Permit Center will not accept checks in excess of the amount due at submittal. Additionally, if you apply and pay for the wrong permit, you will not receive a full refund; $200 will be held for processing the error.

Oftentimes, customers coming to the Permit Center bring checks written for the wrong amounts. There are three reasons for errors:

  • Using the Fee Estimate report as the basis for determining fees
  • Entering incorrect information during the application process
  • Writing checks for the entire fees due when only application fees are due at submittal

This presents significant challenges for staff, presents customers with an extended refund wait time (six weeks minimum), and is very expensive for the county to process.

We encourage customers to pay online at time of submittal or complete their check once the application has been processed.

Handouts and forms

Use our handouts and forms to familiarize yourself with permit requirements, submittal requirements and other important permit information prior to applying online.