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    Question: What is the curfew for Scottsdale, Arizona?

    Answer: Scottsdale Curfew Law (7 days a week)
    15 years and under-10:00 p.m.
    16 & 17 years-12:00 a.m.

    EXCEPTIONS: You may be out past curfew when: accompanied by parent or legal guardian; necessary for work, including going to or returning from work (prior permission by parent or guardian); any reasonable, legitimate and specific business or activity, with permission by parent or guardian.

    Citywide Park Curfew: 10:30 p.m. (all ages)


    Comments
    1 thru 5 of 17 comments    [ 1 ]  2   3   4    
    On 08/10/09
    Jordan from AZ said:
    In a "free" country why should anyone be able to decide where I am during a certain time if they aren't my guardian? Hitler had cerfew laws as well. What makes government feel so entitled to control every part of our lives. The beurocracy needs to end and be replaced with the constitution if the house or senate can even find a copy lying around somewhere.
    On 07/30/09
    sean from AZ said:
    i posted the 3rd one i think but yah, i now think that the 15 year old curfew should be 12, mainly because i got hungry walked down to frys and walked back because i felt like a mid night snack, lol
    On 02/20/09
    Dj W from AZ said:
    I feel that the curfew should be extended a little bit for 17-18 becsause of jobs, family, and other events that goes on at night
    On 02/20/09
    adri c from AZ said:
    i believe its a good idea to have curfew in arizona because of the many dangerous events that can occur at night.especially at night so its a good thing,keeping us safe.
    On 02/20/09
    Ryan G from AZ said:
    I think that this is a legitimate reason to stay out after curfew because you are with your guardian.
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