A replacement to the City Council seat vacated by the death of Councilman Warren Harhay will be appointed at a special meeting at 5 p.m. Monday in City Hall.
To help the city meet its historic preservation goals, City Council approved adding almost $60,000 to this fiscal year’s budget to hire a consultant during its meeting Tuesday.
City staff is proposing the dog park inside Veterans’ Memorial Park be expanded, rather than installing new multipurpose fields at the facility.
Upgrades to Boulder City’s electrical system have begun as installation of the new backup power supply is scheduled to start next week and new power transmission lines are being put in.
The city could save several million dollars if the City Council approves an agreement to refinance its debt.
Councilman Warren Harhay died Tuesday night after a lengthy illness. He was 76.
Gingerwood Mobile Home Park will be growing as City Council approved rezoning part of the property to allow for more residential plots.
People turning abandoned mine shafts into temporary homes is one reason Boulder City officials are taking a closer look at the issue of homelessness in town.
City Council members will soon have the opportunity to correct what City Attorney Steve Morris believes is an open meeting law violation that occurred Oct. 8.
Boulder City will save more than $300,000 over the next five years by switching to a different company for its telephone service.
Human-driven cars can now be used at the racing facility on Quail Drive after City Council unanimously approved a lease amendment for it during its meeting Tuesday.
City Council heard two ideas about how to use the historic airport property during its meeting Tuesday and could move forward by requesting formal proposals in December or January.
Boulder City’s leadership now has a more concrete idea of the Historic Preservation Committee’s priorities for the town.
Long-term economic development in Boulder City now has a road map for the next four years, courtesy of action steps recently approved by City Council.
Boulder City has a few more layers of financial protection and transparency as City Council unanimously approved adding four new financial funds.