10 Strange Arizona Laws
According to an article from azcentral.com we stumbled across some laws we found fascinating. Arizona natives, are you familiar with these strange laws?
- In Avondale, fortunetelling, and palm reading in exchange for compensation are considered to be a misdemeanor.
- In Avondale, auctioneers are required to make a record of articles they receive and deliver to the city’s chief of police within 24 hours of receipt.
- In Goodyear, if you spit outside of city hall you could be found guilty of a misdemeanor with a fine of up to $2,500 or six months in prison.
- It is illegal to sell tobacco cigarettes, cigars, chewing and dipping tobacco from a vending machine in Buckeye.
- In Buckeye it is illegal to use a fake name when making a hotel reservation.
- In El Mirage it is illegal to use a clothesline unless it is on residential property behind a wall. Even still you may be fined $350 if you can visibly see if from the street.
- If you are thinking of riding your motorcycle through Litchfield Park check the noise limits to avoid a fine!
- No one under the age of 18 can buy glue that releases toxins and fumes to avoid kids from becoming intoxicated due to sniffing in Glendale.
- In Tolleson, the use of a beacon light, or searchlight for more than half of a mile is required to be approved by the city council.
- Thinking of buying property in AZ? Anyone leasing or selling new or used homes or apartments must carry an 8 1/2-inch by 11-inch copy of a map illustrating the noise levels in certain areas. This is due to the flights to and from Luke Air Force Base. This base is located in Glendale.