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Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, recognized the winners of the Mayor’s Urban Design Awards on Jan. 31, 2023. These awards recognize p...
Are you looking for free Las Vegas concerts in 2023? We are offering seven free outdoor concerts this spring, featuring a variet...
The city of Las Vegas is recruiting for AmeriCorps State and VISTA. AmeriCorps programs engage Americans in service by supporting local c...
Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, Feb. 1, following the Redevelopment Agency Meetings at...
If it’s been a while since you’ve been to downtown Las Vegas, you would be surprised at how the area has grown and flourished. There is s...
Public safety is the top priority for the city of Las Vegas, and there are many resources and programs that can be of assistance to resid...
Enjoy concerts, exhibitions, dances, showcases, luncheons, movie night, a contest, gatherings, community softball game and more in honor ...
The Nevada housing market experienced a rollercoaster ride during 2022. Median home prices reached record highs mid-year before pulling b...
Located at the premium residential apartment building, shareDOWNTOWN Arts District (1300 South Casino Center Blvd.), Dig it! Coffee Co. p...
First time business owner Jill Shlesinger chose the Las Vegas Medical District for her brick-and-mortar keto bakery, Starburst Parlor, be...
At the 2023 Las Vegas State of the City address on January 12, Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman announced the launch of a new multi-media campa...
Congratulations to all the winners of the ninth annual African American TrailblazerService Awards. Watch the ceremony. The awards honor...
*Utilice la función detraducción del sitio web para leer en español Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman delivered the annual ...
Las Vegas City Council met Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023. Below are some agenda items that may be...
For those with questions regarding how to respond to a traffic citation or civil infraction, see this guide. (Spanish)New legi...
This past year brought significant progress towards implementing the HUNDRED Plan in Action for the Historic Westside, and set the stage ...
Las Vegas, the 26th most populous city in the United States, is known for its world-class cuisine, casinos, bright ligh...
How is downtown Las Vegas different from the Las Vegas Strip? The main differences between the two areas can be found by examining downto...
There is a lot of food Las Vegas is known for, including a number of Las Vegas foodie spots. From donuts to desserts and pizza/pasta to t...
Las Vegas is one of the most unique destinations in the world. From the Strip to downtown Las Vegas, there are plenty of activities that ...
Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 4. Below are some agenda items that may ...
NOTICE OF PUBLIC NEWS RACK NEW LOCATION REQUEST FOR 2023The city of Las Vegas will be accepting and reviewing applications for new&...
New Year's Eve SafetyOver 400,000 people are expected at New Year's Eve celebrations on the Strip and in downtown. To keep ever...
You know Las Vegas for its shows, gambling, bright lights, five-star restaurants, but there is much more to the city’s history than meets...
Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 21 at 9 a.m.. Below are some agenda item...
Reimagined James Gay III ParkProject History:In the development of the HUNDRED PLAN (Historic Urban Neighborhood Design Redevelopment...
The Historic Westside will soon be the recipient of more large-scale murals, thanks to the city of Las Vegas, the Mayor’s Fund for Las Ve...
New Mixed-Use Housing Development Planned For West Las VegasArthaus IV LLC. Investing $17 Million In ProjectDuring the Oct. 19, 2022,...
It’s 7 a.m. on a Saturday morning in November. It’s cold out, but this doesn’t stop Shine-A-Light volunteers from getting up bright and e...
Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 7, following the Redevelopment Agency meeting. Be...
The city of Las Vegas is offering $3.8 million in federal funds to qualified applicants to create and operate four new programs to assist...
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 sports...
One of the many things that makes downtown Las Vegas so popular is the boutique shops and restaurants. These places not only offer unique...
Want to get out and explore our city? Here are 10 good trails to consider to get you started! -59 miles of...
Persons with a disability may request accommodations or assistance to participate in the solicitation process by contacting Purchasing &a...
Discover the holiday fun this season! All activities are subject to change. All centers will be closed Nov. 24-25, Dec. 25-26,...
Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 16, following the Redevelopment Agency meeting. B...
The Kirk Kerkorian Medical Education Building at UNLV in the Las Vegas Medical District officially opened on Oct. 5, 2022, as the school’...
Teddy Liaw, local business entrepreneur and founder/CEO of NexRep, a business process outsourcing provider, recently organized and hosted...
Whether your pizza preferences run from New York style, Chicago deep dish or something healthy like cauliflower crust and arugula topping...
Consumer spending levels provide a critical measure of the performance of the national economy as it accounts for roughly two-thirds of e...
Suicide continues to be a significant health challenge in Nevada. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Neva...
Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 9 a.m. Below are some agenda items that may...
The days leading up to Halloween and beyond are filled with free and low-cost activities for children and fun seekers of all ages....
Be sure to get your nominations in for the ninth annual African American Trailblazer Service Awards. The awards will honor resid...
The first of eight refurbished and historic neon signs has been installed as part of the continuing Las Vegas Boulevard Improvement Proje...
Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 9 a.m. Below are some agenda items that ma...
Tower 300, the former Bank of America building at 300 S. Fourth St., is a downtown landmark.  Originally built in 1975, the 17-s...
When Las Vegas entrepreneur Jeff Hwang opened Taverna Costera, the Mediterranean-inspired fine casual dining restaurant and roof-top live...
The Southern Nevada labor market continued to recover into the new year, as job growth brought employment ever closer to pre-pandemic lev...
Serving up gourmet twice baked potatoes, tacos, crispy rolls, sweet desserts and secret-family-recipe drinks, Twice Baked has a food expe...
In many regards, Southern Nevada has seen an impressive economic recovery since the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic in early 2020. The nu...
New businesses are common in the vibrant 18b Las Vegas Arts District and Akin Cooperative is just one of the latest stores to open. Akin ...
The city of Las Vegas has unveiled a new set of banners downtown to celebrate the city’s thriving wedding industry on “Wedding Row.” Wedd...
Gone are the days of noisy kiosks in the neighborhood mall. There is a more Zen option to get your ears pierced in the 18b Las Vegas Arts...
Did you know we have fitness equipment at some of our city parks? We partnered with the acclaimed National Fitness Campaign (N...
2022 marks the 100th anniversary of Fire Prevention Week. This year's campaign is "Fire won't wait. Plan your escape." ...
Recently First Friday celebrated its 10th anniversary, so it's time for you to visit! Don't waste time driving around do...
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...
Oct. 1, 2017, is a night we will never forget. The night when bullets, seemingly coming from all around, showered the crowd enjoying the ...
We were awarded $23.9 million in federal money through the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) prog...
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! In the city of Las Vegas, we celebrate Hispanic heritage every day with our wide array of authentic restau...
The Neon Museum boneyard in downtown Las Vegas is where new life is given to old signs. It is where you can stroll past giant relics that...
The city of Las Vegas sought nominations for the inaugural HONOR (Honrando Orgullosamente Nuestras Obras y Raíces)&nbsp...
We are celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month by highlighting our Latino city leaders and inviting our residents to enjoy family-fr...
La ciudad de Las Vegas está celebrando el Mes de la Herencia Hispana por todo lo alto con eventos familiares que destacan nuestras c...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Sept. 21. Below are some agenda items that may be o...
September is National Preparedness Month. Disasters don’t plan ahead, but you can. There are some steps ...
We are hiring for a Right-of-Way Agent through September 21.The Right-of-Way Agent acquires property for rights-of-way for major city p...
Las Vegas City Council will met on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at 9 a.m. Below are some agenda items that may...
Why become a firefighter with Las Vegas Fire & Rescue? Learn more about the department, job requirements and more at lasvegasnevada.g...
Nevada ranks 12th highest in the nation for suicide. On average, 632 Nevadans die by suicide each year. Deaths by suicide are th...
Visit The World From Las Vegas From cheap flights to destinations around the world to world-class entertainment, dining, hotels, parks ...
City Council officially accepted a $1,801,729 grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) and a $225,216 grant from the Stat...
Illuminated arches that are 80 feet tall now form a gateway to downtown Las Vegas. They are located o...
On Aug. 16, 2022, the federal government declared a tier two water reduction on the Colorado River. This will limit the amount o...
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...
Where does the dirty water go when it goes down the drain? If you live or work in the city of Las Vegas, that water goes to our Water Pol...
It's pool season, and we've opened all of our pools!Everyone is invited to enjoy swim lessons, competitive aquatics teams for y...
UPDATE AUG. 18, 2022 - Due to actions from the regional office of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)...
In an effort to join the craft beer movement, prominent in cities all over the country, we have launched Brewery Row in&nb...
We’ve strengthened our animal cruelty laws to help protect pets. The Las Vegas City Council has updated the city’s municipal cod...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Aug. 17. Below are some agenda items that may be of interest...
We plan to create to over 1,800 units of affordable and market rate housing on the site of the Desert Pines golf course (100 acr...
Beginning August 15, metered on-street parking in the 18b Las Vegas Arts District will be free Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p....
Are you interested in making a difference in your community? If so, we need you! The city of Las Vegas is looking for fun and energetic v...
We offer a variety of activities to keep your tots busy, from state-certified preschool and early learning, to science and sports. Childr...
Studying to become a US Citizen in Las Vegas? We offer monthly classes that teach the various functions and branches of U.S. government, ...
Las Vegas City Council will met on Wednesday, Aug. 3. Below are some agenda items that may b...
Every city has them. Utility boxes that store everything from electric to traffic control components. They are a necessary part of the la...
Las Vegas City Council unanimously ratified Fernando Gray as the city’s new chief of the Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Department. Gray has...
The Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Department (LVFR) celebrates 80 years since its first full-time fire chief was hired Aug. 1, 1942.&nb...
When it is 100-plus degrees outside here in the desert, a hot cup of coffee might not be your cup of tea. That is okay because there is a...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, July 20. Below are some agenda items that may be of...
Envision yourself stepping into the Las Vegas downtown of the past, in which the local community is bustling with the opening of varied c...
As competition for highly skilled workers heats up across the country, the importance of identifying workforce needs is greater than ever...
The Strong Start Go Mobile PreK is a classroom on wheels. This program provides families with a unique opportu...
With 150+ marriages per day, Las Vegas is the “Marriage Capital of the World.” We unveiled a new set of banners downtow...
Fourth of July is right around the corner. There are many locations to watch fireworks this year. Stay safe and leave the firewo...
The building exterior lights at Las Vegas City Hall, 495 S. Main St., will be green on Friday evening, July 1, to celebrate July as Parks...

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