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Does the City of Las Vegas have a Christmas tree?

The Fremont Street Experience tree is not necessarily our official Vegas Christmas tree.
Photo: Steve Marcus

One burning question: Does the City of Las Vegas have a Christmas tree?

Answer: Cities across America are lighting up their official evergreens—at Union Square in San Francisco, in Boston Common and at Love Park in Philadelphia, to name a few. While Mayor Carolyn Goodman will light a tree at the Fremont Street Experience, it isn’t the Vegas tree, as the City of Las Vegas doesn’t actually own it. Ward 5 has had a tree in Lorenzi Park in years past, but it won’t this year due to the park being under construction. Humbug.

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