[BREAKING] Garbage Can Ordinances in Las Vegas

author by Mitchell Reed Sussman on Jun. 05, 2024

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Summary: Garbage Can Ordinances in Las Vegas, by Las Vegas Real Estate Attorneys

Under Las Vegas City Code of Ordinances 9.08.100(C), it is also unlawful to put a container within any front yard of a home.



The exception to this is when a waste management company collects solid waste and recyclables, but even then there are time restrictions.


Containers cannot be placed out earlier than 2:00 PM the day before the designated collection day, and they must be removed no later than midnight of the collection day.


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