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City Government

Walton plans to run for council

Steve Walton, former chairman of the city’s Planning Commission and interim fire chief, announced his intention to run for City Council on Tuesday.

Revenue added to pool fund

Despite a dissenting vote from the mayor, Boulder City’s fund for a new pool is $3.1 million richer because of extra revenue received during the 2021 fiscal year.

Parcels earmarked for development

The city’s land management process is two properties larger after council approved adding them at its meeting Tuesday.

Motion for special fund to build development’s storm drain fails

Boulder City will not move forward with creating a special improvement district to pay for infrastructure improvements to a piece of land marked for sale despite the mayor requesting staff research the process.

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Interim evaluations eliminated; timing puts focus on annual reviews

The city manager and city attorney will not have interim performance evaluations after City Council approved removing the requirement from their contracts and to just move forward with annual reviews.

City hires utility director

The new utilities director is a Boulder City native who brings with him a variety of management experience including more than 16 years at the Bureau of Reclamation.

Meetings to start earlier

The new year has begun and with it comes earlier start times for Boulder City’s City Council and Planning Commission meetings.

Hardy to run for mayor

Dr. Joe Hardy announced Dec. 23 that he intends to run for Boulder City mayor in next year’s election.

New deputy clerk’s work praised

Boulder City’s new deputy city clerk has been on the job for six months and is being praised by staff for her work.

Henderson annexation opposed

City Council has officially opposed the annexation of almost 8,000 acres of land in the Eldorado Valley into Henderson.

Sunset bound: City’s first mounted unit horse retired

A trailblazer at Boulder City Police Department is riding off into the proverbial sunset. Odie, the first horse in its mounted unit, has retired.

Council moves forward with $23M in projects

City Council approved moving forward with its five-year capital improvement plan that includes approximately $23 million in projects for the next fiscal year.

Tract 350 sale moves forward

Boulder City is moving forward with selling a 45-acre parcel of land to a luxury home developer and stands to bring in approximately $28.5 million over the course of the project.

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