Now that you have a new Las Vegas address you will be relocating to, you will want your mail to follow you. Once you have your location you can start using those change of address boxes on your bills to advise billing agencies about the change. This applies to credit card companies and other billing agencies not associated with utilities.
Forwarding Mail with USPS
You can change your mailing address online, before your physical move has been completed at www.MoversGuide.USPS.com by following the prompts to provide your information. There are even options for temporary or permanent relocation. If you prefer to do it in person you can visit your local Post Office and fill out a paper form, and leave it with the postal clerk. Be sure to fill it out completely and ask any questions you may have.
Once you receive forwarded mail you can contact the organizations individually to advise them of your new address. Look for change of address forms in your bills or contact senders directly. Realize that depending on billing cycles it may take a few circulations to get items sent to the correct address.
Relocating to Las Vegas means that you will not be using the same utility services, which means that you will need to discontinue service at your old address and establish service at your new address. To ensure that you don’t go without basic services you will want to coordinate between old and new providers.