A local builder’s application for almost $100,000 in historic preservation grant funds was approved despite previously being denied and opposed by a current city leader.
Boulder Creek Golf Club is getting a fleet of golf carts for about $200,000 less than originally budgeted thanks to a new five-year lease-purchase agreement.
Boulder City Fire Department has received more help in serving the community through a grant from the federal government.
The Boulder Rifle & Pistol Club is set for another 10 years after City Council approved a lease extension.
Boulder City has a new guiding document for future historic preservation efforts.
Boulder City’s finance department was recently honored for its 2021 fiscal year budget with the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association.
Changes could be coming for local antique dealers if a proposed code amendment is approved by City Council.
City Council unanimously approved Tami McKay’s contract Tuesday, officially making her the full-time city clerk.
Boulder City will be receiving temporary legal help from Henderson through a new interlocal agreement.
Boulder City’s Utilities Director Dennis Porter is leaving his position at the city and taking a job in the private sector.
Boulder City has two new council members and a new mayor pro tem after its regular meeting earlier this week.
A settlement has not been reached in the court case involving Boulder City and two former employees.
Boulder City could be getting some help with renovating its wastewater treatment facility if Congress approves a bill that includes $1 million in funding for the project.
Council chambers in City Hall are going to be renovated to make the area more accessible for people with disabilities.
It’s official. During a special meeting Monday morning, City Council members certified the results of the June 15 election that saw Mathew Fox selected for a seat on the governing board and two ballot questions to fund a new pool passed.