Oasis Park in Boulder City is getting some upgrades.
Boulder City is taking another step in its journey of preserving the past by commissioning an inventory of its historic properties.
Eight citizens have filed to become candidates for a seat on the City Council. There are two seats, currently held by incumbents Peggy Leavitt and Rich Shuman, that will be filled.
Name: Warren Harhay
Boulder City’s finances are looking to be in good shape as money is coming in and going out as expected.
Boulder City Animal Control Supervisor Ann Inabnitt did not know that a visit and a cat adoption would lead to a $25,000 grant for the shelter, but it did.
Boulder City’s new strategic plan will not be forgotten like the previous one, according to staff and City Council.
Boulder City is continuing to make historic preservation a top priority.
Boulder City residents have a new resource to learn about the city’s proposed aquatic center: www.bcnv.org/pool.