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NOTICE FOR BUSINESS OWNERS CONCERNING MEDICAL MARIJUANA
Businesses and event promoters should not allow anyone to smoke, ingest, display, possess, distribute, give away or sell any marijuana or THC products. For more information click here.
Smoking Lounges and Business Selling Tobacco Paraphernalia Require a Privileged License
A privileged license is now required for smoking lounges and for certain businesses that sell tobacco paraphernalia or designated substances. Click here for more information.
Short Term / Vacation Residential Rental
Las Vegas Municipal Code 6.75 requires a business license for each vacation rental located within the city. The rules and regulations for vacation rental can be reviewed and printed by clicking here. For your convenience, business license applications can be submitted online by clicking here. Be advised that city enforcement staff are scheduled to commence licensing enforcement of each vacation rental location by April 1, 2015. Vacation rental locations not licensed by April 1, 2015 are subject fines and penalties of $250 per day.
Mobile Car Wash / Auto Detail
Mobile Car Wash/Auto Detail businesses are administered under Las Vegas Municipal Code 6.54. Click here for information and general guidelines.
GUIDELINES FOR BEER WINE OFF SALE AND PACKAGE STORES ON THE FREMONT STREET EXPERIENCE
Over the summer the Las Vegas City Council passed several new ordinances to help make Fremont Street a safer place by limiting alcohol sales.
LVMC 6.02.361, Section 4, (A), Within the Pedestrian Mall, commonly referred to FSE, Fremont Street Experience, it is unlawful for a person to:
The hotel casino properties have all posted signs at their exits to FSE advising their customers that cans and bottles are not permitted on FSE and have provided plastic cups in which to pour their beverage.
The bars located along FSE must also adhere to this and may only sale beverages in plastic or souvenir type containers.
Changes to LVMC 6.50.475, restricts the sale of any single serve products containing alcohol for immediate consumption. In addition, the sale of alcoholic beverages must remain in the manufactures original configuration intended for re-sale.
LVMC 10.76.030 was amended to read “It is unlawful for a person to open and/or possess an open bag containing alcoholic beverages closed in accordance with LVMC 6.50.475(M) on or along the Pedestrian Mall. The sole penalty for a violation of this Section is that a peace officer or other officer authorized to enforce this Section may confiscate any alcoholic beverage associated with this violation.
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