Boulder City’s longtime public works director and twice acting city manager Scott Hansen no longer works for the city.
Boulder City businesses and residents won’t have to pay higher utility rates until the fall as City Council approved delaying an increase originally planned for the summer.
It’s not every day that city officials encourage residents to play on the freeway, but that’s what happened Saturday when a portion of Interstate 11 was opened to locals for a preview.
Boulder City’s new city manager has been on the job for almost three months, and so far one of his favorite parts of it is the spirit of the town.
Boulder City is getting 17 new full-time positions and a possible three-month stay on upcoming utility rate increases, as the City Council unanimously approved the 2018-2019 fiscal year budget earlier this week.
Members of Boulder City advisory boards will still be able to talk to the press and comment on the topics facing them despite an amendment to the city code.
For more than 30 years Public Service Recognition Week has provided an opportunity to celebrate and honor public servants. This year’s observance, Sunday through Saturday, May 6-12, has been recognized by Mayor Rod Woodbury with a special proclamation, honoring those who dedicate their lives to helping others such as teachers, postal workers and city employees.
The city has decided not seek approval to sell the historic airport hangar, rather it wants to develop a comprehensive plan for dealing with such properties.