Vegas City Council To Receive Update On Homeless ServicesThe city is working with service providers, faith groups and other community partners to bring needed services to help our homeless population get off the streets and gain employment, housing and the skill they need to thrive.
City Council Awards Thousands In Grants To Local Youth GroupsA total of 48 grants were awarded to projects ranging from community events, neighborhood cleanups to creating murals and gardens.
3-Term Vegas Councilman Quits, Said He'll Take Fraud PleaCouncilman Ricki Barlow told reporters Monday in the council chambers the felony charge stems from personal use of campaign funds in 2015.
State Champs To Be Recognized At City CouncilDesert Pines won its second straight state championship in November defeating Mojave High School 54-24. The Jaguars won despite losing 30 seniors, eight of which received Division 1 scholarships.
Community Healing Garden To Be Managed By Outside FoundationAn organization called "Outside Las Vegas Foundation" was unanimously approved to maintain and manage the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden.
Las Vegas To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage MonthThe Mexican Patriotic Committee is a 501 C (3) non-profit foundation that organizes Cinco De Mayo events, Mexican Independence celebration and Christmas in the Barrio event.
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.
Newly Elected Officials Sworn In On Vegas City CouncilWard 2 Councilman Steven G. Seroka, Ward 6 Councilwoman Michele Fiore and Department 3 Municipal Court Judge Cara Campbell were all sworn in at the meeting. They were elected to serve the people of Las Vegas during the June municipal elections. Also, new City Manager Scott D. Adams was officially sworn in.
Las Vegas Councilman to Make Bid for Congressional SeatA Nevada city councilman is jumping into the race for one of the state's congressional seats.
Las Vegas Approves Rules to Crack Down on Short-Term RentalsLas Vegas property owners interested in renting out their properties for brief periods will have to comply with new rules meant to crack down on a booming short-term rental industry.
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.
City Council Approves Millions To Spruce Up NeighborhoodsCity officials said federal money will be used to help revitalize deteriorating neighborhoods and assist residents whose income cannot fully provide for life's basic necessities.