Review and Approval
The DMV Commission on Special License Plates reviews applications and determines whether a plate should be issued following a public hearing. See NRS 482.367002 for details.
Approved plates are placed on a list for production. Plates are produced up to the maximum number allowed in each tier. See Annual Plate Review for the plates which have already been approved and are waiting for production.
New plates are approved as older plates are discontinued after the annual reviews each year.
Current Waiting Lists
- Second Amendment - NV Firearms Coalition
- Battleship USS Nevada Remembrance Project
- Kimo Leads the Way
- Nevada Commission for Women
- The Mob Museum
- The Neon Museum
Organizations waiting for their plate to be produced must amend their application to include any name changes of any change in the group for which funds will be raised within 90 days of the change.
When a plate on the waiting list becomes eligible for production, the Department will hold a public hearing on the application, then make the final determination on whether to issue the plate.
The person who applied for the plate and the charitable group will be notified at least 30 days in advance of the public hearing, which is posted and conducted in accordance with Nevada law.