City Hosting Auditions For Senior Idol ShowcaseThe variety show will be held at the Charleston Heights Arts Center Thursday, June 21, at 3 p.m. and will feature entertainment by amateur and professional performers.
Everyone Invited To Apply For A Spot In Helldorado ParadeLocal businesses, car clubs, equestrian groups, civic groups, non profits and more are encouraged to apply. Five high school bands and multiple high school floats are already entered in the 2018 Helldorado Parade.
Expect Delays With The 'Main Event' Underway In Las VegasThe Main Event is part of Project Neon, and it's the last and most impactful portion of construction.
More than 600 Teams To Participate In Soccer ShowcaseThe annual showcase expects 430 male youth soccer teams, ages 11-19, and 237 female teams, from 19 foreign countries and 27 U.S. states, to compete on valley fields at seven different area parks.
LVMPD Hosts Law Enforcement Career FairLVMPD will be providing information and recruiting for openings for police officer, corrections officer as well as civilian positions.
Las Vegas Helping Military Members Find Jobs Through Network MixerLas Vegas Ward 2 Councilman Steve Seroka is hosting a military networking mixer with Hiring Our Heroes to launch the program Wednesday, December 13, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Sahara Lounge.
Nation's First Self Driving Shuttle to Join Downtown Las Vegas TrafficCovering a half mile loop in the Fremont East area of the Innovation District, the self-driving shuttle offers free rides for people to experience autonomous transportation in a real world environment.
Free Gun Safety Event This Saturday In Las VegasSo far in 2017, the LVMPD has had more than 1800 firearms reported stolen in our jurisidiction. In the NWAC alone, there have been 420 firearms stolen.
City Launching New Downtown Mobile Parking AppNew app allows drivers to pay for parking sessions and will be available for drivers for on street and off street spaces.
Disability Awareness Day Is Saturday At Lorenzi ParkRepresentatives from more than 60 organizations serving the disabled community will be present to help attendees with employment, independent living, recreational activities, financial planning, benefits counseling and more.
UNLV Libraries Receive Two GrantsThe first grant, for $49,400, will fund the digitization of the Las Vegas Age, which ran from 1905-1947, and the region's first newspaper. The second grant, for $5,500 will be used to digitize the minutes from the City of Las Vegas Commission from 1911-1960, as well as city ordinances from 1911-1958.
Las Vegas To Recognize Vote Center AmbassadorsVote Centers replaced traditional Election Day polling locations throughout the Las Vegas jurisdiction allowing voters to cast their ballots at any center location regardless of their residential address.