Lost & Found

Every day taxi customers leave behind a vast array of valuable property in taxicabs. The Nevada Taxicab Authority does not collect or take possession of unclaimed property, however, the Authority plays an important role in the recovery of lost property.

Nevada Administrative Code 706.551 requires taxicab drivers to conduct a search of the interior of their taxicab at the termination of each trip. If the driver discovers any property of a passenger, the driver shall immediately report the property discovered to his employer and, as soon as practicable, deliver the property to their employer. The employer shall maintain the property in his possession and dispose of the property in the manner provided by law.

Taxi customers are reminded to ensure that they have all of their belongings before departing their taxicab. If you discover that you have left something behind, immediately contact the taxi company, or call the Nevada Taxicab Authority at 668-4000.

Lost Property Form (I-pdf)  



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Nomo Lost & Found Partnering with the local Las Vegas Taxicab Companies

    Nomo makes searching for your lost mobile phone easy!

This Las Vegas based company created relationships with local taxi companies and provided them with their online software, organized storage systems, and safe shipping supplies.

 

 If you leave your phone in a participating Las Vegas Partner Taxicab go to www.nomophone.com and register your claim using your device’s IMEI or MEID number. You can get this number by contacting your local service provider (i.e. Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile).

 

Nomo does an immediate search of their partners databases for the lost mobile device. If there is a match, a link will be emailed to you in order to verify your device, select shipping, and pay a flat $50 handling that includes the cost of shipping. The taxicab company is sent your shipping label so it can be sent out to you or your hotel the next business day.

 

“Don’t replace them, find them on www.nomophone.com."