Boulder City Police Department is building its bond with community residents one whinny at a time.
A discussion about installing new athletic fields at a city park dominated a recent meeting about capital improvement projects.
Residents can now help in a new way with replacing the city pool after City Council officially established an advisory committee for the project.
Things are looking up for the cats recently rescued from a local animal hoarding situation as many have been adopted and more should be ready soon.
Bill Avery, a longtime employee of the Boulder City Police Department, was recognized nationally this week for his work on the local sex offender registry.
Boulder City has completed its contractual obligations for the recent Eldorado Valley waterline extension and will not have to do a third phase, according to city officials.
Boulder City residents will soon be able to view more city meetings online as City Council approved creating a new staff position to ensure that all the meetings are recorded.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power building in downtown Boulder City has a new coat of paint for the first time in more than 30 years.
A memo to staff about including an agenda item for forming a pool committee was not meant as a threat even though it was perceived that way by a former city councilman.
Boulder City residents will be able to hear proposals for the historic airport hangar property at Wednesday’s Historic Preservation Committee meeting.
The long-awaited complete Streets project to improve Boulder City Parkway began Monday and is expected to continue for 10 months.
Recent changes to the school zone signage along Adams Boulevard have caused confusion as to when the 15 mph limit applies to drivers.
As City Council members considered the formation of a committee to study construction of a new pool or repairing the existing facility, a former councilman encouraged them to discuss business in public “with the lights on.”
City staff will implement a new software program to allow more transparency for the public with city finances.
Boulder City’s website has a new design that makes it easier for people to use.