LV Court Celebrates Graduation Of Five Youth Offender CourtYouth Offender Court (Y.O. Court) is a specialized program that for people 18-24 years old, who ended up in the judicial system, mostly because of addiction issues.
Mayor Goodman To Unveil Smart Signs For Downtown LoopThese solar-powered digital information boards will be placed at the stops for the Downtown Loop free shuttle and bring the bulletin board into the 21st century by providing real-time information, including how long the wait is for the next shuttle.
Free Downtown Loop Shuttle Launches TuesdaySome surprise riders are expected for the launching of the Downtown Loop, a free shuttle servicing popular attractions in the city core, will launch at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Free Vegas Shuttle Launches TuesdayThe free service will take riders to popular attractions in the Las Vegas core. It will have its first ride at 9:30 a.m. with a special media event on Tuesday, June 27, at City Hall, located at 496 S. Main Street.
City Council To Hear Short Term Rental OrdinanceHundreds of residents are expected to attend the Wednesday, June 21, Las Vegas City Council meeting regarding proposed amendments to the city's ordinances on short-term properties. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. with the short term rental item to be heard around 11:30 a.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, 495 S. Main Street.
Early Voting For Henderson Election Ends FridayMayor and Ward 3 City Council seat both on 2017 Primary Ballot.
Joe's Journal: Things Are Looking Up
New City Hall Already Under Repair
New City Hall Solar Panels DamagedThis week's high winds caused some damage to Las Vegas' new city hall.
New City Hall Opens TodayLas Vegas' new city hall opens to the public today.
North Las Vegas Opens New City HallNorth Las Vegas officials are moving into new offices after shuttering their former city hall after 45 years of use.