Boulder City residents can get tested at no cost for the novel coronavirus Monday and Tuesday during a special drive-through clinic in the parking lot at Bravo Field, 891 Avenue B.
Boulder City’s Airport Advisory Committee is recommending a working group be created to help draft new aviation fuel standards.
No surge in utility usage seen as people confined to homes
Nevada’s month-old stay-at-home order that was set to expire at midnight April 30 will be extended two weeks to May 15, though some coronavirus restrictions were eased starting Friday, Gov. Steve Sisolak announced the move April 29.
City Council took another step in its quest for transparency by unanimously approving a special risk management fund that will provide money for insurance premiums and deductibles, claims not covered by insurance and legal defense and settlement proceeds.
City staff is planning for the worst but hoping for the best with projected revenue losses for the 2021 fiscal year budget.
Boulder City is facing an estimated $9.1 million revenue loss for the 2021 fiscal year budget because of the COVID-19 pandemic and staff is suggesting to use almost $4 million from reserves to help balance and offset those losses.
With many things to worry about due to COVID-19, caring for your pets if you fall ill is not one of them thanks to the Boulder City Animal Shelter.
City Council is requesting more information before it approves new fuel dispensing and handling standards for the Boulder City Municipal Airport.
Residents have an easier way to report quality-of-life issues and request city services with a new program available on the city’s website.
City Council failed to ratify new aviation fuel standards for the Boulder City Municipal Airport and ignored the city attorney’s advice at its first meeting since entering a state of emergency March 15.
The Boulder City Municipal Airport has been awarded nearly $2.7 million through a new federal grant program created because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
City Council plans to hold its first meeting in more than a month Tuesday, albeit in a slightly less than traditional manner.
The city attorney is asking a district court judge to reconsider a motion allowing a Boulder City Municipal Airport operator to use tractor-trailers to dispense fuel.
Boulder City will have the opportunity present evidence at a hearing in June about a vindictive prosecution case involving a former resident who was arrested while protesting a police-sanctioned crosswalk enforcement event.