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495 S. Main St., 89101
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Olivia Diaz won election to the Ward 3 City Council seat in June 2019. The daughter of two, hardworking, immigrant parents, Diaz grew up with six siblings. She quickly learned the value of being hard-working, taking risks and standing up for what is right.

Throughout her life, Councilwoman Diaz has overcome obstacles and embraced the challenges that she has faced. She values the importance of doing what is needed to make our community better for future generations.

Councilwoman Diaz earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a Master of Sciences in bilingual education from NOVA Southeastern University.

Councilwoman Diaz is a former member of the Nevada State Assembly representing District 11 from 2010 to 2018. In the 2013 session, Diaz served as majority assistant deputy whip.



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Community Meeting for Maryland Parkway/Medical District Transit Planning

Monday, Jan. 27, 6 to 8 p.m.

Free and open to the public.
The Center, 401 S. Maryland Parkway.

The public is invited to participate. For more information, call 702-222-2362 or email your RSVP to events@purduemarion.com.  See the flier in Spanish. Below is some background information and a map of the areas to be included in the plan.

The RTC and city of Las Vegas are recipients of a $400,000 Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grant to develop a transit-oriented development (TOD) plan for the Maryland Parkway/Medical District corridor. This effort is complimentary to the overall land use and development strategy of the Downtown Masterplan, the Title 19.09 Form-Based code, and ultimately the city’s 2050 Master Plan in terms of a corridor plan that addresses economic development, housing, and public works. This grant bringing a targeted focus to the Maryland Parkway transit corridor alignment between the Las Vegas Medical District and Maryland/Sahara Avenue. Deliverables include:

  • Station and district area analysis utilizing form-based code principles (focus is primarily for Founders, Civic and Business districts and for Maryland between Charleston and Sahara, but includes entire corridor)
  • A market analysis within the corridor
  • A workforce housing plan
  • A value capture toolbox
  • Performance metrics (aligned with 2050 Master Plan / Downtown Masterplan metrics)
  • TOD zoning and implementation strategies that can be applied to other corridors identified in the 2050 Master Plan
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