The third and final phase of Boulder Hills Estates is a step closer to beginning after planning commissioners unanimously recommended its final map for approval by City Council.
Seven Boulder City residents have officially joined the race for one of two open seats on the City Council.
The annual State of the City presentation looked different this year, but it was still a time to come together, celebrate the town and hear encouragement from Mayor Kiernan McManus about pressing on for the future.
With five days remaining until the filing period for those wishing to run for a seat on the City Council officially opens, the pool of candidates continues to grow.
The search for the next city manager and city attorney is a little more defined as City Council recently approved the salary range and compensation package for each position.
City Council is divided on whether safety or growth is the purpose of a proposed ballot question about airport capital improvement projects and have yet to decide about moving forward with it.
Candidate filing for Boulder City’s 2021 municipal election starts in less than two weeks and three residents have already announced their intention to run for city office.
The 2021 municipal election will see residents voting to fill two seats on City Council as well as offer guidance on some community issues.
Carol Lelles, who found thousands of dollars for the city last year and has been instrumental in bringing the capital improvement plan to the public, was recently chosen as Boulder City’s employee of the year by her co-workers.
City Council is moving forward with soliciting ideas on how to develop more than 40 acres of land near the Boulder Creek Golf Club.
Boulder City voters will have at least one ballot question to answer at the general election in June.
A proposed air traffic control tower could increase public safety at the Boulder City Municipal Airport, according to city staff, but Mayor Kiernan McManus said he is afraid it will open up the facility for expansion.
The newest complaint filed in Nevada’s Eighth District Court by two former employees accuses the city of violating their contracts and state law by not yet paying them their severance packages.
Boulder City is moving forward with a new road for the proposed expansion of the Nevada State Railroad Museum.
Several claims made against the city by two of its former employees have been dismissed by a judge in Nevada’s Eighth District Court.