Three Casinos Named As Non-Compliant On Coronavirus Mandates

LAS VEGAS, NV (KXNT) -Clark County Friday released a summary of businesses in unincorporated Clark County that have received notices of violation (NOV) for not complying with the governor’s mandates related to COVID-19. In one instance involving a Lowe’s Home Improvement store at 2465 N. Nellis Blvd., the store was issued a Notice of Civil Penalty and fined $250.

Businesses receiving NOV’s include three Smith’s Food and Drug stores (10100 West Tropicana Ave., 8080 Las Vegas Blvd. So. and 5525 W. Warm Springs Rd.), two Walmart stores (2310 E. Serene Ave. and 2570 E. Lake Mead), two 7-Eleven stores (4482 Maryland Pkwy. and 4620 E. Russell Rd.), a McDonald’s restaurant, a Subway restaurant, the Silverton Casino Hotel for lack of social distancing at its Mermaid show, Aria Resort & Casino for customers observed not wearing mask and social distancing, Mandalay Bay resort for lack of social distancing in pool area, a barbershop, a sushi restaurant, a shoe store, a gun shop and others.

Businesses that were found to be noncompliant are revisited by agents and in most cases they are deemed to be in compliance, such as with the aforementioned Lowe’s store.

Business license agents have visited more than 1,600 businesses in unincorporated Clark County since June 26, when face coverings were required at local businesses. Agents have visited more than 3,600 businesses during Phase 2 of the governor’s reopening plan and more than 5,300 businesses during Phases 1 and 2. 

The visits are designed to provide education and guidance for following the new regulations required during the pandemic.