Boulder City is taking another step in managing its growth by holding several workshops to help create its first economic development plan.
The first revision of the city’s proposed budget for the 2020 fiscal year budget is almost $200,000 more, but that number is expected to decrease as city staff finalizes the numbers for projected expenses.
Boulder City’s long-awaited utility advisory committee is now a reality as City Council officially established it during its meeting Tuesday.
Mayor Rod Woodbury and City Councilman Kiernan McManus will face off for mayor in June’s municipal election as they earned the most votes in Tuesday’s primary election.
City Councilwoman Peggy earned the most votes in Tuesday’s primary and will continue on to the municipal election in June along with Claudia Bridges, James Howard Adams and fellow Councilman Rich Shuman.
A faulty part has delayed the installation of Boulder City’s new backup transformer by one year.
City Council recently authorized staff to seek an appraisal for more than 300 acres in the Eldorado Valley so the area can continue to be occupied.
Residents running for the City Council were able to share their thoughts and ideas on local issues and projects at a recent candidate forum.
Boulder City’s proposed fiscal year 2020 budget is almost $2 million more than last year and includes requests for more employees to bring projects in house and meet increased needs.
Legal action involving appeals against Boulder City was recently taken in the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.
City Council is still divided about moving forward with another step for the proposed aquatic center.
Early voting for the upcoming Clark County election including the Boulder City primary begins Saturday and continues until March 29.
Oasis Park in Boulder City is getting some upgrades.
Boulder City is taking another step in its journey of preserving the past by commissioning an inventory of its historic properties.
Eight citizens have filed to become candidates for a seat on the City Council. There are two seats, currently held by incumbents Peggy Leavitt and Rich Shuman, that will be filled.