Police to Crack Down on Super Bowl Parties at Short-Term Rentals, Asks Public to Report Disturbances
LAS VEGAS, NV – With Super Bowl LVIII attracting thousands upon thousands of sports fans to Las Vegas – where the big game is being hosted on February 11 at Allegiant Stadium – police have announced that they will be cracking down on loud and rowdy parties at short-terms rentals this weekend, and are asking the public to contact them to report any disturbances in their neighborhoods.
Super Bowl LVIII will determine the champion of the National Football League (NFL) for the 2023 season. A rematch of Super Bowl LIV, it will be played between the National Football Conference (NFC) champion San Francisco 49ers and the American Football Conference (AFC) champion and defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs.
In response to community concerns about disruptive parties at short term-rentals during the Super Bowl, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has been passing out flyers urging the public to contact them if they are experiencing any issues this weekend.
It’s almost Super Bowl weekend and we need your help,” the flyer reads, a copy of which was shared by authorities on X (formerly Twitter). “Please report large parties at short term rentals in your neighborhood. See flyer on how to report them. Thank you!”
The flyer states that the “LVMPD needs your help to report chronic nuisance or party homes in your neighborhood.” Residents are asked to call 911 to report “active emergencies or crimes” taking place, and 311 if they think that police “need to be aware of suspicious or nuisance behavior,” including large and disruptive parties. Service requests can also be filed at www.lvmpd.com, and anonymous online tips can be submitted to Crime Stoppers of Nevada at www.crimestoppersofnv.com.
If you are aware of a problem or a party house in your community, we want to know about it,” the flyer says.
The crackdown on short term rentals by police comes in the wake of the city of Las Vegas starting to impose large fines on unlicensed renters; recently, the city imposed a $180,000 penalty upon the owner of an Airbnb who they say was operating without the required license.
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