The City Council on Tuesday night discussed how it plans to address a potential service charge from the Southern Nevada Water Authority at City Hall.
Victor Aceves wasn’t trying to make major changes to his home on 433 Birch St. in Boulder City’s Historical District.
City Councilman Cam Walker’s appearance before the Nevada Ethics Commission over allegations that he broke state law by voting on agenda items in which he had a financial interest has been postponed.
The Regional Transportation Commission is moving forward on the next phase of the 15-mile portion of Interstate 11 that will circle Boulder City to the south.
Two aging transformers in the electric utility substation on Adams Boulevard will be replaced April 14-18, resulting in several closures near the area but no loss of power to any city residents.
City Manager David Fraser underwent his yearly evaluation by the City Council on Monday night and although council members were happy with his performance, they focused on the importance of completing several tasks in the coming year.
The City Council approved its $27 million preliminary budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year Tuesday night at City Hall.
Dan Leach loved sports. Nearly five years after his death, his name will be synonymous with Boulder City baseball after the City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to have a Little League field in Veteran’s Memorial Park dedicated in his honor.
The City Council got its first look at the budget for the 2015 fiscal year during a Tuesday morning workshop.
Former Boulder City Police Chief Thomas Finn has raised concerns with the Nevada Ethics Commission about City Attorney David Olsen.
With an eye toward the future, the City Council directed staff during Tuesday night’s council meeting to look into options to extend the life of the city’s landfill or establishing a new one.
Boulder City will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the community room at Boulder City Library, 701 Adams Blvd., to gather opinions on possible improvements to San Felipe Drive.
A Nevada Supreme Court ruling will prevent Mayor Roger Tobler from seeking re-election in 2015, officials say.
The City Council on Tuesday approved a zoning ordinance banning medical marijuana establishments within city limits.