U.S. 93/95, and State Hwy 26 (old Nevada Highway)

Boulder City, NevadaOct 01, 20004 Comments

Boulder City cops are often sitting on U.S. 93/95 just as you enter Boulder City from the west, where the speed limit drops all of a sudden. Sometimes it’s a real cop, and sometimes they park a police car there with a dummy inside. Be careful, regardless. The speed limit drops another 10 MPH as you enter state route 26, which passes near the police station. On the east end of town, be extremely careful once you enter Lake Mead National Recreation Area, where the speed limit is far too low for conditions and the National Park Service cops tend toward zero-tolerance enforcement. There is almost always one NPS cop waiting on the west end of Hoover Dam to ticket speeders. Clark County Metro police heavily patrol U.S. 95 south between Boulder City and CalNevAri in 4x4s. The Metro police are a little more tolerant, you can go 10 or so MPH over the limit before they will ticket you.

BC has a dishonest police force, imagine that. Sunlight is the best dissinfectant. Of course according to you officer, all speed traps are justified as are all tickets written. It's "all about safety right", LMAO. IMO someone should be watching you guys to make sure you are not breaking the law when extorting revenue out of the good folks of BC.
#1May 11, 2010Report Abuse
I am not a cop or ever has been. Just a resident of BC who obeys law and appreciates our PD.
#2May 14, 2010Report Abuse
Just a resident my backside. I would love to play poker with you as you are a horrible "bluffer". You are either a revenue enforcement collections officer, police cheif, mayor, judge, or someone that works for the city of BC that is tied into revenue collections extorted from the motorists/tourists of BC. The truth will set you free.
#3May 19, 2010Report Abuse
Whomever mentioned our crooked chief of Police's name, just commited a TOS violation. So much for being a "law abiding citizen" huh???
#4Jun 26, 2010Report Abuse

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