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    Question: What is the curfew in the city of Mesa for teens ages 16 and up?


    Mesa city ordinance #2825 says that anyone under 16 must be home from 10 pm to 5 am.  The rule allows persons 16 to 18 to be out until midnight. 


    There are some exceptions. 

    • legally emancipated minors
    • minors accompanied by a parent or guardian
    • minors who are working with the permission of a parent or guardian
    • medical and other emergencies
    • minors with parent's permission who are attending or returning home from functions sponsored by or related to religious, school, civic, or nonprofit organization like: services, classes, meetings, dances, social events, dramatic or musical performances, and sporting events.

    Violating this law is a misdemeanor, and the penalties include a fine up tp two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) or imprisonment for up to six (6) months, or both fine and imprisonment. (passed 10/93)


    1 thru 5 of 32 comments    [ 1 ]  2   3   4   5  ...   
    On 07/01/08
    hunter from AZ said:

    when your a teenager your starting to have more responsiblities. one of these is making some of your own decisions. parents arent always right and sometimes its necessary to go against their rules. and personally im insulted that you think we dont know anything. todays youth is smarter than todays adults ever will be what with the larger amount of knowledge and technology.

    On 01/16/08
    random from AL said:
    lol erics comment actually made me laugh. thats pretty funny to think that someone is saying a kid doesnt know anything when it's been proved countless times that some kids are smarter than their guardian. lol.
    On 09/17/06
    danielle from AZ said:
    im 18 years old i shouldt have to be at home at 12..in scottsdale an gilbert 18 doesnt have a cerfew!..ugh!!
    On 05/17/06
    mark from OR said:
    the curfew law is making more people want to break it just because they want to break a law!
    On 03/20/06
    sammy from MN said:
    i don't like the curfew law.
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