[UPDATE] Las Vegas Restrictions for Garage Sales or Yard Sales

author by Mitchell Reed Sussman on Jun. 22, 2024

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Summary: Las Vegas Restrictions for Garage Sales or Yard Sales

Garage / yard sales are often a useful means to clean out one’s home and make some money at the same time.


Because this can be overdone to the point of abuse, cities can put restrictions on garage/yard sales.



In Las Vegas, restrictions on garage/yard sales are found under Las Vegas Municipal Code, Unified Development Ordinance 19.12.020(B)(1).


This code places several specific regulations and prohibitions on garage/yard sales within the city. A garage/yard sale may only include property which has been owned and used by the occupant of the premises.


One cannot sell property on behalf of another individual, nor use another’s premises for selling their property. No more than two garage/yard sales can be conducted per year.


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