Vegas looks at ways to boost revenue from parking

The city of Las Vegas is looking at using private companies to help increase revenue from parking fees and enforcement.
Options include raising rates and fines or turning over the management of city parking spaces to a private company.

The move is part of an effort to make up expected budget deficits.

Las Vegas chief urban redevelopment officer says proposals made to the city should address ways to increase revenue and more efficiently generate it.

Proposals are due to the city by Feb. 19.

The city leases or owns more than 6,500 parking spaces. It made $2.8 million from those spaces in 2009.
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