Fire Station 53 at Gowan Road and Simmons Street started sinking before it turned 10 years old. North Las Vegas is now trying to recoup its costs in a legal battle.
The city is going on a hiring spree to staff the jail it plans to reopen next year. Entry-level corrections officers will start out making more than $53,000.
The annual count of homeless individuals will now be conducted over three days in January, only at daytime.
The city of North Las Vegas pulled an agenda item from its agenda that would have authorized hiring a law firm to sue electric car company Faraday Future for breach of contract.
North Las Vegas officials are touting the city’s new residential video inspection program as a first among municipalities in the Las Vegas Valley.
The move signals financial stability in the city’s rebound from junk bond status, saving nearly $500,000 a year on refinanced city bonds.
North Las Vegas officials approved the purchase of land in downtown to develop a library and park, and transform a closed school into a community space.
North Las Vegas Councilman Richard Cherchio defeated challenger Pete Shields to win another four-year term on the council Tuesday night.
The new positions are spread across many city departments, including the North Las Vegas Police Department, libraries and the city clerk’s office.