The Boulder City Municipal Airport could have a working control tower in approximately four years if the City Council approves its proposed five-year capital improvement plan, which includes funding for design of a tower in the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
Tent camping is now allowed in Boulder City’s RV Recreational Zone after City Council unanimously approved a code amendment Tuesday.
Emotions were high at City Hall during Tuesday’s City Council meeting as members tabled the creation a new utility advisory committee in a 3-2 vote and despite a wealth of public support for the proposal.
Boulder City’s longtime electrical utility administrator is retiring to spend more time with his family.
Tent camping could be allowed within the city’s RV, recreational vehicle zone after planning commissioners recommended amending the city code.
Boulder City unveiled its new communication plan this week and it includes changes to the city’s television channel, an increased presence on social media and ending its contract with 10e Media.
Several residents are organizing a special improvement district to finance new underground power lines along Nevada Way in order to preserve the view of Lake Mead.
World War II veteran William Dunsmore was on hand Monday to unveil a parking spot at City Hall that is now reserved for Purple Heart recipients. Dunsmore, who has a Purple Heart, was in the first wave of soldiers to reach the Normandy beaches on D-Day. He lives at the Nevada State Veterans Home.
Boulder City has a new planning commissioner after City Council appointed the newest member during its meeting Tuesday.
Education about the possibility and legality of allowing off-highway vehicles on Boulder City streets was the focus of a town hall meeting Tuesday night attended by more than 150 people.