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Thanks to our operations and maintenance team, our historic preservation officer, the Centennial Commission and other community partner...
COVID-19 is a respiratory disease caused by a new virus called SARS-CoV-2. The most common symptoms of the disease are fever, persistent ...
Infollowing the President’s declaration of a national Coronavirus emergency, where he gave direction to protect our most vulnerable popu...
We welcome close to 23 million visitors a year. Managing curbside congestion to support Vegas’s tourism industry is an evolvin...
Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, March 18, at 9 a.m. Below are some agenda items that m...
Persons with a disability may request accommodations or assistance to participate in the solicitation process by contacting Purchasing &a...
Looking for a summer job for your teen? We offer all the training they need to become a lifeguard.During Spring Break, April 6-10, 2020...
10 Things To Know About The 2020 Census1.  The 2020 Census is more than a population count. It's an opportunity to...
The Las Vegas City Council recently had a special meeting to create new priorities for the city over the next 3-5 years. The las...
Ethnic Express International Folk Dancing (ages 8+)Wednesdays, March 4, 11, 18 and 25; 6:30 to 8:45 p.m.Co...
Spring Youth Flag Football Recreation League Registration (ages 5-12)Registration is open through March 11 f...
Mark your calendar now to bring your family to a city of Las Vegas park near you for free pop-up fun. There will be arts, crafts, s...
East Las Vegas Community Center 250 N. Eastern Ave.The Las Vegas City Council and Councilwoman Olivia DÍaz invite you to ...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, March 4. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest.&nbs...
The new 7.3 acre Trigono Hills Park opened Feb. 29, 2020, near the 215 at West Gilmore and Cliff Shadows Parkway.&n...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Feb. 19. Below are some agenda items that ...
In 1931, with the country in the grips of the Great Depression, the Nevada legislature passed two important bills to spur economic growth...
Whether spending a few hours or a whole day, the Las Vegas Arts District has something for everyone. The 18-block neighborhood is home to...
Come inside for dance classes and arts & crafts or step outside and enjoy the weather in our parks. No matter what we’ve got you cove...
Whether you’re going out with a person for the first time or have been married for years, date ideas can be difficult to think of. Which ...
Do you home school your children in Las Vegas? We offer classes to help them meet their physical education requirement.The program is off...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Feb. 5,. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest...
The city will be hosting two public meetings to help educate rental property owners and managers about their responsibilities and what sa...
A native Las Vegan, Tammy Malich has been chosen to lead the city’s Department of Youth Development & Social Innovation (YDSI). As he...
Centers will be closed Feb. 17 for holiday observance. Indoor Garage SaleSaturday, Feb. 1, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.Free for shoppers; ve...
The Youth Neighborhood Association Partnership Program (YNAPP) offers grants of $1,000 for youth to create and implement neighborhood bas...
Las Vegas Fire and Rescue will see significant changes in its leadership. For the first time in the city’s history, two women will become...
We are the 100th partner to join the acclaimed National Fitness Campaign (NFC) with the unveiling of the city’s first Fitness Co...
Get a taste of France at these French bakeries in Las Vegas:Délices Gourmands3620 W. Sahara Ave., #W2Yves and Cather...
A new ordinance aimed at helping to connect the city’s homeless population with services that can help to get them off ...
Las Vegas Planning Commission will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 6 p.m. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest.&...
You can never go wrong with classic comfort food and lots of sweets! These Las Vegas pies combine both of those things. Here are...
UPDATE Jan. 16, 2020: Fire Victims Have Until Jan. 30 To Request Assistance          &...
Downtown Las Vegas has a very happening craft brew scene. Here are some Las Vegas breweries to check out in downtown.&a...
Google “benefits of volunteering” and hundreds of articles appear. In an article for VICE, Kaleigh Rogers says, “Helping others is a natu...
The community is invited to celebrate Black History Month with a variety of events in January and February. The theme for this year’s cel...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Dec. 15. Below are some agenda items that may be of...
Las Vegas Planning Commission will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 14, at 6 p.m. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest.&...
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman delivered the annual State of the City Address on January 9 in Las Vegas City Hall Council Ch...
All activities are subject to change. For links to facilities, programs, classes and activities, visit https://www.lasv...
Stay fit all year round with Las Vegas gym memberships at these community centers:Chuck Minker Sports Complex275 N Mojave Rd...
City Beat Host Nancy Byrne looks back on some of the most heartwarming and powerful stories to come out of our of city this year.&nbs...
If you are a tenant living in a multi-family unit in the city of Las Vegas, like an apartment complex or hotel, and are experiencing any ...
1. Tim Burton's Lost Vegas2. 58 Stars We will never forget the 58 who lost their lives on #1October; they are our “58 Stars...
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The American Red Cross has made a major impact on our community this year alone. In addition to providing community preparedness initiati...
2019 had its share of memorable moments that made local, national and international news. Here are five moments from 2019 we won’t forget...
photo credit: LVCVAHere is everything to know about the New Year's Eve Las Vegas fireworks show. Watching the Las Vegas fireworks s...
Below, we share five employees who made our community a better place to live in 2019.Animal Control Officer Robert Aversa is known f...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 9 a.m. Below are some agenda items that...
Looking for somewhere to send your kids ages 6-11 over winter break? We offer several fun, affordable winter break camps four days a week...
Our deputy city marshals and emergency management team have some tips about how to keep yourself, your home and your identity safe this h...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Below are some agenda items that may be of ...
Established in September 2018, the Mayor’s Fund for Las Vegas LIFE targets specific community needs in the areas of Livability, Innovatio...
UPDATE ON AUGUST 31 “There are a few lingering grasshoppers in the Las Vegas area that may be around for the next few...
While the holiday is an opportunity to bring together families and good food, those who celebrate Thanksgiving should take a few precauti...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest...
The City Council has approved a new ordinance that will prohibit the use or possession of certain types of weapons downtown. T...
This soccer-themed park is located near St. Louis and Maryland Parkway. With a budget of $8.8 million, it will feature turf socc...
In this episode, we talk about the future of our parks and recreation program. Communications Director David Riggleman introduces listene...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 9 a.m. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest....
Symphony Park is seeing an exciting period of growth. This means vacant parcels once available for parking are now going to be home to wo...
On your Republic Services Bill, you have likely noticed an environmental surcharge added by the city of Las Vegas.LVMC 9.08.245(A) allo...
Who doesn’t like things stuffed in between two pieces of bread? (If you answered “me,” you should stop reading this now, even th...
The Las Vegas Days Parade (formerly known as Helldorado Parade), an annual cowboy-themed event celebrating Las Vegas’ tribute to the Wild...
The city is continually working to improve the well-being of all people living in our community. Our planning team is constantly looking ...
Las Vegas Planning Commission will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 6 p.m. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest.&...
Members of Las Vegas Fire and Rescue and other community partners were recently awarded for excellence. Here are some of the awards:D...
Looking for fun Halloween events for your kids in Las Vegas? We've got something fun for all ages to do below! Some activiti...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 9 a.m. Below are some agenda items that may be of interes...
Studying to become a US Citizen in Las Vegas? We offer monthly classes at the Derfelt Senior Center to help you prepare. You'll learn...
We’ve received some questions about a proposed new ordinance that deals with domestic violence charges. Here is some background on the &a...
The Las Vegas City Council unanimously voted in favor of allowing parking tickets issued between Oct. 16 and Nov. 16, 2019&n...
Nevada is the selfiest state in America, and most of those selfies happen in Las Vegas. There are more selfies taken per capita here than...
Tim Burton art comes to Las Vegas in a way it’s never been experienced before! From Oct. 15, 2019 to Feb. 15, 2020, The Neon Museum hosts...
Want to get your kids moving this fall? Or want to help them develop their basketball skills? We offer basketball skills classes at rec c...
Spaghetti, rotini, ravioli, fusilli, penne, lasagna and more, there is no shortage of pasta types, and in Las Vegas, we have just as many...
A house fire can happen to you. Last year, Las Vegas Fire & Rescue responded to 107,182 incidents. Do you know what to do du...
Las Vegas has become a foodie hotspot, and any great foodie tour ends with dessert. For some of us, foodie tours also begin with dessert....
Would you know what to do to save a life?Recent events have made us painfully aware how lethal gunshot wounds can be.Even beyond gunsho...
The Planning Commission will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 6 p.m.. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest. G...
Are you doing enough to ensure you are safe and secure online? October is National Cybersecurity Month, which aims to raise awareness abo...
There is no shortage of great tacos in the city of Las Vegas. Whether you’re looking for a Las Vegas taco Tuesday or a late-night taco ca...
All activities are subject to change. For links to facilities, programs, classes and activities, visit https://www.lasv...
We’ve all heard it, “If you see something, say something.” But what should you report and how do you report it? We sat down with...
The Las Vegas community came together to build a new community healing garden in response to the Oct. 1 tragedy, when a lone gunman kille...
The city of Las Vegas continues to be a hub for innovation and technology with the opening of the new International Innovation Cent...
We offer a special adaptive recreation program called Stepping Stone; it gives teens with developmental disabilities (ages 7-22) the chan...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Sept. 18, Get the agenda. Agenda Item 13 – Life...
The Planning Commission will meet on Tuesday, Sept. 24. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest. Get the ag...
Las Vegas is an iconic city that is known around the world. We have more than 42 million visitors a year choosing our city as their vacat...
We have a multitude of cultural offerings in our city. Check out this list of Las Vegas museums:The Neon MuseumThe Neon Mus...
The City Council reviewed research about the cost of homelessness in Nevada. Learn more about how our team continues their work to break ...
A rescue dog that will serve as a therapy animal has officially joined Las Vegas Fire & Rescue. Blaze, a labrador golden ret...
Calling all Las Vegas seniors. Are you looking for fun day trips to take this fall? We’ve got something for everyone. Here are some event...
Heading to downtown Las Vegas? Take advantage of the SpotAngels app.Parking Options in Downtown Las VegasNeonopolis Garage (...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Sept. 4. Below are some agenda items that may be of...
Five new or recently upgraded park facilities will be available for our residents by the end of 2019. Find out more and #DiscoverTheFun a...
Cool down this summer at the splash pads located in city parks; most are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. through September ...
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