Police are asking Las Vegans to be on the lookout for “party houses” during Super Bowl weekend.
“Neighbors often know the problem but don’t report it,” states a flyer posted Friday on the Northwest Area Command’s feed on X.
It’s Super Bowl weekend and we need your help. Please report large parties at short term rentals in your neighborhood. See flyer on how to report them. Thank you! pic.twitter.com/VW2VxosbJp
— LVMPD NWAC (@LVMPDNWAC) February 10, 2024
“LVMPD needs your help to report chronic nuisance or party homes in your neighborhood,” the Metropolitan Police Department Enterprise Area Command stated on a flyer to residents.
People who noticed such issues in their neighborhood were given several ways to report the matter, including:
— Call 311 if you think police need to be aware of suspicious or nuisance behavior.
— If it rises to the level of an emergency contact police at 911.
— Anonymously submit tips to Crime Stoppers online or at 702-385-5555.
— Visit LVMPD.com to “Find your station” and submit a “service request”.
“If you are aware of a problem or party house in your community, we want to know about it,” police added.
Unincorporated Clark County has been in a prolonged process to issue licenses for houses being rented for less than 30 days. Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas have a permit process for such rentals.
Police say they typically receive more calls for service during tourism influxes and large gatherings.