NEVADA: Marijuana legalization has left Clark County landlords with many questions regarding their rights as property owners.
Can they ban recreational marijuana use in their units? Do smoke-free policies cover marijuana use? And what about marijuana used for medicinal purposes?
Clark County Public Health has been helping landlords get answers to those questions — and questions on a variety of other topics — with free landlord training sessions funded by the county’s Community Transformation Grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
But with the grant set to expire at the end of the month, the wildly popular workshops aren’t likely to continue. Public Health hosted its third training session Wednesday at the Vancouver Community Library. About 80 landlords attended the session, and more were turned away.
The training has an emphasis on smoke-free housing since it’s hosted by the department but covers a wide range of other topics. Each training session costs about $2,500.