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To: The City of Las Vegas
Get the Homeless Out of Parking Lots and Into Hotels
Currently, the city of Las Vegas is putting their homeless population in parking lots during a pandemic. They are claiming that during all of this they are serving their community.
Why is this important?
Las Vegas has approximately 150,000 hotels with a homeless population of approximately 5,286, as reported by their survey in 2019. There is more than enough room among those hotels to house those who are suffering from homelessness. These people being forced to stay in the streets and in parking lots are human beings. They deserve to have a safe place to stay at all times, but especially in the middle of a global pandemic. Show Las Vegas and the rest of the country that this treatment of those suffering is unacceptable. Demand they open up their hotels for those without homes.