When you make that trip to Las Vegas be sure to park in the spaces provided to you. On duty officers of the Las Vegas Parking Enforcement team are going be on the look out for those who park in a Handicap parking space without the proper credentials. They will also be looking out for people who park in fire lanes, so remember the officers know all the business owners and they feel a responsibility to them in keeping these fire lanes open at all times. These special officers of the the Detention and Enforcement Department’s Parking Enforcement Unit know their business. They feel a great duty to the city.
Las Vegas Parking Enforcement means just that. Do not be caught parking where you shouldn’t park. The officers now have a computer they hold in their hand to issue parking tickets. This system eliminated the need to issue a ticket manually. Now you will receive a computer generated ticket which can be viewed by the Hearings Office with the exact time you received it. Each parking enforcement officer’s daily activities are logged exactly and are now also computer generated. These officers take their jobs very seriously and work diligently to keep parking spaces open for tourists, the Las Vegas public and business owners.
There are now new electronic parking meters which allow you to use a special key called a Cash Key which can be reprogrammed each time the amount of funds or credits you have allotted to it runs out. Right now the maximum amount of credits that can be assigned to this special key is $600. This way tourists and the public do not have to carry cash in their pockets to pay for parking, just the Cash Key. The Las Vegas Parking Enforcement has streamlined how it goes about its business with these new technologies.
They have also chosen to use Toyota Prius hybrid vehicles which are so effective in reducing the effects of pollution and also the exorbitant costs of fuel. The Las Vegas Parking Enforcement officers make use of bicycles called “ZAP”, which have electronic assist motors and are exceptional in the congested areas of Las Vegas. The officers using bicycles are all certified by the Law Enforcement Bicycle Association. All of these enhancements are an on-going commitment to be a cost effective and efficient Las Vegas Parking Enforcement unit.