In a little more than four months, Councilman Rod Woodbury will be sworn in as the 16th mayor in Boulder City’s history.
Linda Graham is hopeful her 2015 bid for City Council will be more successful than the campaign she ran four years ago.
Boulder City is in the next steps of expanding its landfill after city staff worked with Geotechnical &Environmental Services to break down a cost-effective plan for the project.
Voters will have a better idea of whom they can pick at the polls as time winds down for candidates to file for the upcoming City Council vacancies.
In his final State of the City address, Mayor Roger Tobler touted the importance of the Interstate 11 project and commended city staff for helping to reduce Boulder City’s debt at an expedient rate.
Two Boulder City candidates have formally filed for office for the upcoming election.
Boulder City residents will determine if the city can spend as much as $1 million annually from the capital improvement fund to maintain and improve city facilities and infrastructure.
The brainstorming of a late Boulder City employee, as well as a federal grant worth more than $800,000 are going to help turn the parking lot at Bootleg Canyon into a habitat for larger-than-life concrete sculptures of the desert’s native species.
Boulder City Councilwoman Peggy Leavitt has announced her intention to seek re-election to the City Council, a seat she first obtained in 2011.
Mayor Roger Tobler will focus on the effect of the Interstate 11 project and the city’s updated financial plan during his final State of the City speech tonight at Boulder Creek Golf Club.
With the filing period for Boulder City’s upcoming municipal election still a few days away, three people have already announced their intention to seek one of the three open positions on the City Council.
Boulder City resident Rich Shuman has announced his intention to run for City Council.
The City Council approved its five-year financial plan that highlighted the importance of knocking off debt as well as taking advantage of the opportunities to bring on more green energy projects during its meeting Tuesday night.
The noise ordinance being debated by the City Council could cause some serious damage to businesses in the downtown district, according to a few local business owners.
Boulder City Councilman Rod Woodbury has announced his intention to run for mayor in 2015.