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Title 2 Administration and Personnel
Title 3 Revenue and Finance
Title 5 Business Licenses and Regulations
Title 6 Animals
Title 8 Health and Safety
Title 9 Criminal Code
Other Criminal Offenses
9.04 Interference with Public Officers
9.08 Skier Responsibility Code
9.12 Ski Lift Ticket Regulations
9.16 Public Nudity
9.20 Solicitation for Prostitution and Prostitution Offenses
9.24 Offenses against Public Peace
9.26 Glass or Metal Containers Illegal on New Years
9.28 Open Container of Alcoholic Beverage Unlawful in Stateline
9.30 Glass or Metal Containers Illegal during Carson Valley Days Weekend
9.36 Offenses against Property
9.38 Destruction of Public Property
9.42 Trespass on Land by Motor Vehicles
9.44 Illegal Camping
9.46 Graffiti as a Public Nuisance
9.50 Illegal Dumping of Personal Property at Thrift Store
9.64 Curfew
9.65 Tattooing of Minors Prohibited
9.66 Minors Consuming, Possessing, or Being under the Influence of Alcoholic Beverages
9.68 Weapons
9.70 Felon Registration
9.72 Property in Custody of Sheriff
Title 10 Vehicles and Traffic
Title 12 Streets and Other Public Places
Title 13 Parks
Title 14 Airports
Title 18 Town Annexation and Service Districts
Title 19 Initiative Ordinances
Title 20 Consolidated Development Code
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County Codes
Title 9 Criminal Code
9.28 Open Container of Alcoholic Beverage Unlawful in Stateline
9.28.010 Open container of alcoholic beverage unlawful
9.28.020 Stateline casino area and Nevada Beach defined
9.28.030 Posting of notice
9.28.040 Confiscation
9.28.050 Permit for waiver of ordinance
9.28.060 Penalties

9.28.010 Open container of alcoholic beverage unlawful
    A.  No person shall have in his or her possession or on his or her person, any bottle, can or other receptacle, containing any alcoholic beverage which has been opened, or the seal broken, or the contents of which have been partially removed, on any public street or sidewalk or open area, or in any outside area open to the public within the Stateline casino area unless a special event permit is issued. 
    B.  No person shall consume or have in his or her possession, on his or her person, any bottle, can or other receptacle, containing any alcoholic beverage within the boundaries of Nevada Beach on the Fourth of July or Labor Day. (Ord. 879, 1999; Ord. 518, 1990)
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9.28.020 Stateline casino area and Nevada Beach defined
    A.  The "Stateline casino area" is defined as that portion of Stateline, Nevada, which is bordered by Stateline Avenue on the south, Lower Lake Parkway on the west, Upper Lake Parkway on the east, and the intersection of U.S. Highway 50 and Upper and Lower Lake Parkways on the north, and includes that portion of U.S. Highway 50 between Upper and Lower Lake Parkway and the entrance to Lake Village, and the parking lots and areas open to the public and, adjacent to U.S. Highway 50. 
    B.  "Nevada Beach" is defined as the United States Forest Service property designated as Douglas County assessor parcel number 07-02-001, excluding the campground and survey designation S. 89E56'08" W.-1,318.54' to N. 309.35'-310.2' to S. 25E33'34" E.-719.39' to S. 22E00'00" E.-1,780.60' to N. 89E56'08" E.-651.35' to P.S.N. 0E01'W.-983.96' to N. 0E01'17" W.-1,318.51', excluding the campground. (Ord. 879, 1999; Ord. 518, 1990)
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9.28.030 Posting of notice
    A.  Each business within the Stateline casino area with a liquor license shall post section 9.28.010 at the exits of those businesses. This chapter does not apply to persons within an operating casino or hotel. 
    B.  The Douglas County Sheriff, in cooperation with the United States Forest Service, shall post section 9.28.010(B) at main entrances at the Nevada Beach area. In addition, any business with a liquor license may post section 9.28.010(B) in its place of business. (Ord. 879, 1999; Ord. 518, 1990)
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9.28.040 Confiscation
The sheriff's department may confiscate any container in violation of this chapter. (Ord. 518, 190)
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9.28.050 Permit for waiver of ordinance
Application to the liquor board may be made for a special events permit which waives provisions of section 9.28.010(A) up to seven days. The application shall contain the same information as the license for an outdoor festival found in Douglas County Code section 5.12.040 and must be made 60 days prior to the scheduled event. Upon receipt by the county clerk of a complete application the clerk shall set the application for hearing by the liquor board at least 15 days before the scheduled event. The clerk shall promptly give notice of the hearing and copies of the application to the sheriff, county health officer, road superintendent, and director of community development who must investigate the application and report in writing to the board their recommendations on the granting or denial of the permit. (Ord. 936, 2000; Ord. 879, 1999; Ord. 518, 1990)
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9.28.060 Penalties
Any violation of the provisions of this chapter is an infraction and shall be punished as set forth in section 1.08.010. (Ord. 518, 1990)
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