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Las Vegas New Year's Eve Ordinances

New Years Eve in Las Vegas

Metal and Glass Containers
Clark County ordinance 12.43.020 and City of Las Vegas ordinance 10.77.020, both of which ban metal and glass containers on the Strip and in downtown areas from 6:00 p.m. on December 31st until 6:00 a.m. on the morning of January 1st. Plastic cups and containers will be allowed.

Strip & Downtown Curfew
The public is also reminded that per Las Vegas City Ordinance - 10.54.010 and Clark County Ordinance - 12.12.030 the Strip curfew for children under 18 years of age and not accompanied by a parent or adult legal guardian which begins at 9:00 p.m. throughout the year, begins at 6:00p.m. on the evening of December 31st and extends until 5:00 a.m. on the morning of January 1st. A violation of this law can result in a citation, fines up to $300, and/or you may be detained until a parent can be contacted.

Large Bag & Purses larger than 12" x 6" x 12"
New Year's Eve revelers are prohibited from carrying purses larger than twelve inches by six inches by twelve inches (exclusive of handles), coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, cinch bags, luggage of any kind, computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than the permissible size of a purse.
EXCEPTIONS: (1) Medical devices necessary for the immediate assistance of the patient utilizing such device, and (2) Essential equipment for any reporter for broadcast, electronic or printed media operating in a professional capacity for communication to the public.

Strollers & Wheelchairs
No Strollers, carts, or any stroller propelled by humans, electricity, or mechanical means, unless a permit specifically authorizes the use of such item.

Marijuana cannot be consumed or smoked in any public place on New Year's eve or any other time. This includes parks, sporting events, moving vehicles, casinos, hotels, concerts, festivals, marijuana facilities or while you're walking down the street. Marijuana can only be smoked or consumed at a private residence or in the privacy of your own home.

Fire Arms Discharge
Additionally, everyone is reminded the discharge of firearms into the air, commonly referred to as "celebratory gunfire", is both highly dangerous and illegal. Individuals found discharging weapons will be subject to arrest for a variety of criminal charges.

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