Boulder City has a new public works director. Keegan Littrell started the position Monday, concluding a monthslong search after former director Scott Hansen and the city parted ways in June.
The Boulder City Police Department has created a new position to provide extra security and save money.
A decision is pending in the city’s crosswalk protest case involving a former resident after arguments were heard Tuesday about whether to disqualify the judge on the case.
Improvements to increase pedestrian safety have been temporarily put in place at the intersection of Wyoming Street and Nevada Way.
Boulder City is consolidating the management for its two golf courses, unanimously approved a contract allowing Schaper Golf Corp. to oversee both properties.
Boulder City’s recent audit report showed no problems with the city’s finances.
Boulder City has hired its new utilities director, and his goal is to help make the town more sustainable.
More than a year after its inception, Boulder City’s mounted unit is going strong and has become a recognizable part of the community.
The majority of Boulder City residents who participated in a recent survey believe the city has an important role in promoting and preserving its historic properties, but fewer believe the city is doing a good job at fulfilling it.
Boulder City is requesting that the district judge who declared it guilty of vindictive prosecution be removed from the case for allegedly demonstrating bias and showing himself unfit to preside over the matter.