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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
9.64 Curfew
9.64.010 Curfew
9.64.020 Parental or guardian responsibility
9.64.030 Violation--Penalty

9.64.010 Curfew
It is unlawful for any juvenile under the age of eighteen years old to loiter, idle, wander, stroll, or play in or on the public streets, highways, roads, alleys, parks, playgrounds or public buildings, places of amusement and entertainment, or vacant lots within the county between the hours of ten p.m. and six a.m. any evening preceding a scheduled school day of the Douglas County Unified School District and between the hours of twelve a.m. and six a.m. of any Saturday, Sunday or other non-school day of the Douglas County Unified School District. This section does not apply to a juvenile accompanied by his or her parent, guardian, or other responsible adult having the care or custody of the juvenile, or where the juvenile is on an emergency errand or legitimate business directed by his or her parent, guardian, or other responsible adult having the care or custody of the juvenile. This section does not apply to a juvenile returning home from a function of the Douglas County Unified School District for one-half an hour after that school function ends. (Ord. 576, 1993; Ord. 206 §1, 1973)
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9.64.020 Parental or guardian responsibility
It is unlawful for the parent, guardian or other responsible adult having care or custody of a juvenile under the age of eighteen years old to permit the juvenile to loiter, idle, wander, stroll, or play in or on the public streets, highways, roads, alleys, parks, playgrounds, or other public places, and public buildings, places of amusement or entertainment, or vacant lots within the county between the hours of ten p.m. and six a.m. of any Saturday, Sunday, or other non-school day of the Douglas County Unified School District. This section does not apply to a juvenile accompanied by his or her parent, guardian, or other responsible adult having the care or custody of the juvenile, or where the juvenile is on an emergency errand or legitimate business directed by his or her parent, guardian, or other responsible adult having the care or custody of the juvenile. This section does not apply to a juvenile returning home from a function of the Douglas County Unified School District for one-half an hour after that school function ends. (Ord. 576, 1993; Ord. 206 §2, 1973)
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9.64.030 Violation--Penalty
    A.  Any juvenile in violation of this chapter may be subject to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court as provided under NRS 62.040. 
    B.  Any parent, guardian, or other responsible adult having the care or custody of a juvenile violating this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 645, 1994; Ord. 576, 1993; Ord. 206 §3, 1973)
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