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    Public Records Request

    The Department of Taxation works to provide access or copies to public records pursuant to Nevada’s Public Records Act (Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 239). All public records associated with the Department, the contents of which are not otherwise declared by law to be confidential, shall be open for inspection or to obtain copies.

    Guidelines for Submitting a Public Records Request

    •  Submitting requests is necessary, the Department receives and tracks a high volume of requests and wants to ensure everyone receives a quick and accurate response.  
    • Fill out all parts of the request either typewritten or with legible handwriting.
    • Due to the high volume of requests, records accessibility, staff availability and legal constraints, we may need a few days or sometimes weeks to locate and produce requested records.
    • Records are not always readily available and may be located in archived files.
    • Be specific and reduce the scope of the request as much as possible. This will help focus and expedite the records search.
    • Pursuant to NRS Chapter 239.0107, the Department will acknowledge receipt of your request and provide you a status report within five business days. If necessary the Department will ask for clarification so it can expedite the search for records.

    We appreciate your patience as our staff works to provide the requested records to you in timely manner.

      To Submit a Public Records Request

      •  Please submit the request in writing using the Nevada Public Records Request Form.  
      • Requests may be made to the Department’s Public Information Officer
      • You can submit your request by:
        • Email to the Department’s Public Information Officer tpio@tax.state.nv.us 

      OR     

        • Mail to the attention of the Department’s Public Information Officer - Department of Taxation,   1550 E. College Parkway Carson City, Nevada 89706 

        Fees for Public Records

        Nevada Revised Statute 239.052 states that a government entity is permitted to charge a fee for the actual cost incurred in the provision of a public record. This includes, without limitation, the cost of ink, toner, paper, media, and postage.

        The Department will inform the requester of any fees prior to responding to the request.

        Black and white copies, up to 8.5” x 11”: $0.05 per page

        Color, up to 8.5” x 11”: $0.50 per page

        Compact Disc/DVD/Thumb Drive: $5.00 per device