New Law Hopes to Improve Pedestrian Safety on Las Vegas Strip

Posted on October 17, 2012

The Las Vegas strip will hopefully become a little bit safer for pedestrians thanks to the recent passage of a law by County Commissioners.  The ordinance takes aim at jugglers, flame tossers, and swordsmen who show off along the strip, limiting performances to those deemed safe by local police officials.  Power cords will also no longer be allowed to be set up along walking paths.  Although the law goes into effect in just a couple weeks, no citations will be issued until residents are given the opportunity to adjust.

To learn more about the law, click here.

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