Teen curfews vary according to local laws in different cities. Parents also often enforce specific curfews for their children that do not depend on laws but on their own home rules instead.Continue Reading
Curfews enforced by local municipalities typically apply to ages 17 and under rather than a single age group. They also often have exemptions, such as when the teen is accompanied by parents or traveling to or from work. Most emergencies are also exempt from curfews.
Curfews are not always enforced by law enforcement and carry different penalties for violations. Some penalties include fines and court-ordered community service projects.Learn more about Law
There are no state laws related to teen curfews in Colorado. However, curfews may be established in various communities for the safety and protection of minors.Full Answer >
Part-time and seasonal positions at restaurants, retail stores, amusement parks and water parks are potential places for 15-year-olds to find employment. Employment opportunities for 15-year-olds are limited, because federal law restricts the types of jobs and number of hours they can work.Full Answer >
A 15-year-old can provide tutor services for classmates or students in younger grades for commonly misunderstood subjects, such as math and science. A teenager can also provide babysitting services for neighbors by watching their children after school and before parents arrive home from work.Full Answer >
While ownership of the sidewalk varies by city, most larger cities claim ownership of the sidewalks on private properties within them. Contact the city to find out whether the sidewalk is owned by the city or property owner and the responsibilities of property owners.Full Answer >