Nevada Highways; Roads; Bridges; Parks
Sec. § 410.360
Violation constitutes public nuisance; abatement; recovery of costs; penalty.


1.

Any outdoor advertising sign, display or device erected after February 20, 1972, which violates the provisions of NRS 410.220 to 410.410, inclusive, is hereby declared to be a public nuisance and the Director shall remove any such sign, display or device which is not removed before the expiration of 30 days after notice of the violation and demand for removal have been served personally or by registered or certified mail upon the landowner and the owner of the sign or their agents. Removal by the Department of the sign, display or device on the failure of the owners to comply with the notice and demand gives the Department a right of action to recover the expense of the removal, cost and expenses of suit.

2.

Any person who erects or causes to be erected an outdoor advertising sign, display or device which violates the provisions of NRS 410.220 to 410.410, inclusive, shall pay to the Department:

(a)

For the first violation, a fine of $50;

(b)

For the second violation, a fine of $250;

(c)

For the third or subsequent violation, a fine of $500 per violation; and

(d)

The reasonable costs of collection.
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Oct. 20, 2019