FUNDS AWARDED TO CENTENNIAL HILLS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATIONS
Five Centennial Hills homeowners associations were among 20 Las Vegas neighborhood entities to receive city funds for improvements and enhancements.
The Neighborhood Partners Fund has allocated $55,000 to the neighborhood associations to help improve safety, beautify or otherwise enhance neighborhoods across the city. In turn, the neighborhood associations must provide more than $190,402 in matching labor and donations.
The Centennial Hills HOAs, projects and sums include:
n Ashley Ridge HOA, family park revitalization, $3,000.
n Cascade HOA, park lighting, $3,400.
n Four Winds HOA, power and security lighting project, $3,000.
n Hillstone Estates II HOA, entryway improvement, $2,000.
n Willowdale Estates HOA, community security, $4,000.
The Neighborhood Partners Fund was designed to encourage neighborhoods to take an active role in improving the quality of life in the city of Las Vegas by enhancing the physical, public safety, cultural, recreational or educational conditions of the community. The program grants up to $5,000 to registered neighborhood groups (neighborhood associations and homeowners associations).
Over the past 13 years, the program has funded 234 neighborhood projects that have generated nearly $2.8 million worth of neighborhood improvements.
For more information, call 229-2330 or visit lasvegasnevada.gov.
DESERT CONSERVATION PROGRAM
TO PRESENT PROGRESS REPORT
The Desert Conservation Program is slated to host its annual progress report symposium from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Wednesday in the Rogers Auditorium at the Atomic Testing Museum, 755 E. Flamingo Road.
The event will highlight progress made to date on projects to implement the Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan and to advance thinking about major conservation issues through a panel discussion.
The agenda will include presentations by Desert Conservation Program staff members, contractors and agency partners; a poster session during the lunch break; and a panel discussion on restoration in the afternoon.
For more information, visit clarkcountynv.gov/depts/dcp/pages/symposium.aspx.
STORE MARKS GRAND OPENING
A new 99¢ Only store celebrated the grand opening of its new location in Las Vegas on July 21 at 3141 N. Rancho Drive.
The store is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. For more information, call 456-1132.
COUNCILMAN ROSS TO ATTEND HOA MEETING
Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Ross’ of Ward 6 is set to attend a Tapestry at Town Center Homeowners Association meeting planned for 5:30 p.m. Aug. 23 at 6628 Sky Pointe Drive.
Ross will field questions and comments during the meeting.
To schedule an HOA meeting with Ross, call Michelle Thackston at 229-6154.
CITY TO OFFER VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES
Sign up for adult coed recreational sand volleyball leagues offered by the city of Las Vegas.
Registration is open from Sept. 6-16 for the 18-and-older six-on-six league. Games are hosted from 7-9 p.m. Thursdays at Centennial Hills Park, 7101 N. Buffalo Drive, beginning Oct. 6.
The fee is $150 per team.
HOMEBOUND RESIDENTS OLDER THAN 65
TO BE OFFERED FLU SHOTS
Anyone older than 65 or younger and with a disability that hinders their mobility is eligible to receive flu shots after Sept. 1 in their home thanks to Home Bound Healthcare of Las Vegas.
Home Bound will offer the service free for those with Medicare coverage. The cost of the flu vaccine for those without Medicare coverage will be $25.
For more information or to make an appointment, call 433-0800.