Media Release

 

Wednesday, February 01, 2012
For Immediate Release
Communications

Contact: Diana Paul
Telephone: 229-6501

 

Las Vegas City Hall Moving
Residents Urged To Visit City’s Website Before They Visit

 

 Beginning Feb. 21, city of Las Vegas employees will be moving into a new City Hall located at 495 S. Main St., between Main and First streets and Bonneville and Clark avenues. Residents planning on visiting the new location to do business should check the city’s website at www.lasvegasnevada.gov/cityhall, as departments will be moving on different days. The city will be closed on Feb. 20, in observance of Presidents’ Day.

On Tuesday, Feb. 21, the following departments will be located in the new City Hall:

• City Clerk – 2nd floor
• City Attorney’s Office – 6th floor
• City Auditor – 6th floor
• Human Resources – 2nd floor
• Economic & Urban Development – 6th floor
• Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services – 5th floor

On Monday, Feb. 27, ALL City Hall departments including those listed below will be located in the new City Hall:
• Administrative Services– 7th floor
• City Clerk – 2nd floor
• City Attorney’s Office – 6th floor
• City Auditor – 6th floor
• City Manager – 7th floor
• Communications – 7th floor
• Cultural Affairs – 4th floor
• Economic & Urban Development – 6th floor
• Finance – 4th floor
• Human Resources – 2nd floor
• Information Technologies – 5th floor
• KCLV – 1st floor
• Mayor & City Council – 7th floor
• Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services – 5th floor
• Sewer Bill Payments – 4th floor

Beginning on March 7, City Council meetings will take place at the new City Hall.  Planning Commission meetings will take place at the new City Hall beginning March 13.

A public parking garage is located at 500 Main St.

The new City Hall is the lynchpin in a downtown redevelopment plan that will create thousands of jobs, bring billions in private investment and millions in new tax revenue to the city. City Hall is the catalyst for four major mixed-use redevelopment projects that are projected to bring 13,441 new permanent jobs to the city of Las Vegas, $4.1 billion in private investment and $16 to $20 million in new tax revenue. The projects will also bring thousands of construction jobs to the city.

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