City Council took a step back with funding for repairing or replacing the pool when three members voted against moving forward with three ballot questions about funding the project.
Boulder City business owner Tyson Smith is planning to relocate Boulder City Family Mortuary to a vacant building on Colorado Street if City Council approves a recommended zoning amendment.
An operator at the Boulder City Municipal Airport has filed a complaint in District Court against the city and the Fire Department for not permitting him to dispense fuel from what he believes is a mobile tender.
A new funding plan recently drafted by city staff may allow Boulder City residents to enjoy a new or upgraded pool without having to pay more taxes.
Boulder City’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2021 is about $3.5 million more than last year because of several capital improvement projects tentatively scheduled for next year.
The city property housing the former water filtration plant, Reflections Park and the community gardens is now officially zoned as a park.
City Council approved having staff move forward with drafting three ballot questions for the pool after talking in circles about the topic for almost an hour.
The homeless issue in Boulder City is bigger than one man living in a mine shaft, according to recent reports from staff.
Boulder City’s long-awaited facility survey has been published and the public will have a chance to provide input about it in the near future.
Hangar owners at Boulder City Municipal Airport want their land leases extended or new ones created rather than having their property revert to city ownership in July.
More than 1,000 acres of land was added to the city’s land management process for renewable energy uses.
The town’s new fire chief, William Gray, started work Monday and said he is looking forward to bringing different ideas to the department and settling into the community.
A consultant is recommending changes to several city buildings, according to a recently released draft report that will be presented to City Council at a workshop Tuesday.
Residents and officials praised Mayor Kiernan McManus for his inaugural State of the City presentation that highlighted how special of a place Boulder City is to live.
After hearing nearly two hours of comments from community members about the importance of preserving the city’s historic artifacts, planning commissioners failed to pass a resolution that would recommend changing the zoning of a 1.92-acre parcel that houses the old water filtration plant from neighborhood commercial to government park during their meeting Wednesday, Jan. 15.