Mathew Fox appears to have been elected to City Council, while voters approved two options to help provide funding for a new municipal pool.
City Council recently approved new fuel standards for Boulder City Municipal Airport with a 3-2 vote.
After six days of early voting, 826 residents have cast their ballots, weighing in on two questions regarding funding for a new municipal pool and selecting a new member of City Council.
City Council unanimously approved extending a conditional job offer to Acting City Clerk Tami McKay, giving her the job full time.
Boulder City residents will be asked to select a new council member and weigh in on two ballot questions regarding funding for a new municipal pool when they head to the polls in the coming days.
Boulder City residents will have smaller utility bills this summer because City Council recently approved reductions for electricity rates and water service.
A new city manager could be coming to town after City Council unanimously approved extending a conditional job offer to Taylour Tedder during a special meeting Wednesday.
It’s official. Brittany Walker is the new city attorney. City Council unanimously approved her negotiated contract during a special meeting Wednesday.
Local residents will be asked to select a new City Council member and weigh in on several ballot questions regarding financing options for a new pool during the June 15 general election.
Residents will have the chance to weigh in on a new community pool in the coming weeks by way of two ballot questions in the 2021 municipal election.
The search for a new city manager is almost complete.
City Council meetings will continue to start at 7 p.m., even though some members would like them to start earlier.
The fuel standards for Boulder City Municipal Airport are back on the table as City Council will discuss them at a meeting in June.
Boulder City Municipal Airport has a new manager, longtime employee Marissa Adou.
A local builder is accusing the city of defamation after the Redevelopment Agency denied his application for a historic preservation grant and one of the members said some of his costs were “exaggerated.”