A number of downtown Las Vegas businesses are at the center of a roughly $10 million infrastructure project that began in April and is expected to finish by spring 2024.
Prohibitions on spitting or sweeping and a ban on hula hoops, among other items, at Fremont Street Experience are just a few of odd the local ordinances on the books in Las Vegas.
The taxpayer dollars will go into a $2.25 million fund that will be completed with private donations.
A district court judge ruled that a developer is entitled to the fair-market value of land that the City of Las Vegas took to block a planned development.
Las Vegas officials hope that the Health & Wellness Center will become a “medical home” for those experiencing homelessness, and for low-income earners who live in the surrounding neighborhoods.
The would-be developer of the defunct Badlands golf course remains open to settle ongoing lawsuits against the city that have cost taxpayers more than $5.5 million.
The Las Vegas City Council voted unanimously on Wednesday to approve Deputy City Attorney Jeff Dorocak’s employment contract as the next city attorney.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider allocating up to $1.5 million to outside law firms representing the city in its battle with the would-be developer of the defunct Badlands golf course.
Over the last two years, the city of Las Vegas has promoted the concept of Brewery Row in the Arts District both in public and in policy.
As municipalities race to keep up with the growing demand for public pickleball courts, the city of Las Vegas is planning a 32-court complex in the northwest.
The Las Vegas City Council has selected its top candidate, Jeff Dorocak, to become its next legal chief.
The Elon Musk-owned Boring Company plans to build out an underground transportation system in Las Vegas featuring 81 stations after an expansion approval.
The Las Vegas Valley Water District says a new charge seems to be working as intended — residents are using less water.
Federal regulators announced the settlement agreement over two Las Vegas wastewater treatment centers that failed to meet federal clean water standards.
The Las Vegas City Council voted to purchase two parcels that will be the site of a future multi-story parking garage.