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City Government

Early voting begins May 28

Eight Boulder City residents are looking to take a leadership role on the city’s governing body. Three are seeking to become mayor and five are vying for two seats on the City Council.

The Latest
New dog park option proposed

The community is one step closer to having a new permanent dog park after City Council decided to convert an existing softball field into one.

High-end RV resort proposed

Another level of hospitality could be coming to Boulder City by way of a proposed recreational vehicle resort.

Council seeks guidance for placing statue of Patton in park

The Shane Patton Foundation is going to have to wait a little longer to erect a statue of its namesake so that formal city guidelines can be created and other committees can weigh in on the project.

City grants amnesty for home improvements

Residents who have completed unpermitted home renovations or remodels can have their penalty fees waived through the city’s upcoming amnesty program.

Voters to weigh in on police, fire facilities

The ballot for the 2022 general election grew Tuesday, April 12, as City Council approved a question asking voters if up to $7 million in capital improvement funds should be spent on a new police station and a new fire department training facility.

Every dog has its day — and place to play

The back portion of the Little League fields at Veterans’ Memorial Park will be fenced off to create a safe space for dogs to play.

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