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Heart of Black History Contests (ages 5-15)East Las Vegas Community Center, 250 N. Eastern Ave.Submit your Black History Mon...
Welcome to our new series - What The? We answer over 96,000 questions every year on social media. That’s a lot. This short-form series wi...
Let us all play pretend. Imagine you are at the movies getting ready for a big summer blockbuster. Alternatively, maybe you are ...
A new 7.3 acre park near the 215 at West Gilmore and Cliff Shadows Parkway will open late this year. The City Council voted that...
Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman described an exciting time of investment and development as she presented the 2019 State of the City Addre...
Office of Cultural Affairs Fine Arts ClassesWinter Class Registration Through Jan. 12 for six-week session, Jan. 9-Feb. 16.The Office...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Jan. 16. Watch the recording.Agenda Item 46 – Summerlin Parkway Trail: The c...
The city of Las Vegas invites the community to celebrate Black History Month with a variety of events in January and February. The city h...
Now that 2019 is upon us, many of us are making resolutions for the New Year. Often, resolutions include eating healthy or getting into s...
Planning Commission will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. Here are a few of the notable items on the agenda. Get...
(Reminder: Drink responsibly; don’t drink and drive.)Get ready to pop those bottles! Not only is it New Year's Eve, but al...
Las Vegas is one of the hottest destinations on the planet for New Year’s Eve. More than 375,000 visitors are expected to ring in 2019 in...
Every once in a while, an old problem and big idea come together to turn into an innovation that eventually becomes everyday technology t...
Symphony Park DevelopmentTwo new residential projects were approved and are scheduled to break ground in early 2019; combined, the proj...
We've recently had some questions about the new rules for short term rentals. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked ques...
With Christmas approaching, and New Year’s Eve not far behind, many people are finalizing their travel plans. AAA estimates one in three ...
Plans are moving ahead for the Courtyard Homeless Resource Center, a starting point where homeless individuals can go to access resources...
Annual Holiday Tea (ages 50+)Tuesday, Dec. 18, 11:30 a.m.Cost: $7/person; advance registration required. Las Vega...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Dec.19. Here's a recap of some agenda items that may be of interest. Watch...
The southeastern United States is recovering from a major winter storm that left more than 15 inches of snow in some areas. While the Las...
The holiday season is upon us and that means it is time to splurge on some treats you normally would pass on as you try to stay fit. Thin...
Planning Commission met Tuesday, Dec. 11. Here are a few of the notable items on the agenda and their results. Agenda...
Ward 6 Christmas Fantasy ForestFridays, Saturdays and Sundays in December.Free and open to the public.Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Sprin...
In the immortal words of the Cookie Monster, “C is for cookie, that’s good enough for me. Om nom nom nom!” Great coo...
Las Vegas City Council will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 9 a.m. at City Hall. 495 S. Main St. Below are some agenda items that may be of...
Need something fun for your kids to do during the holiday break? Sign up for one of our winter camps. Call 229-PLAY for more information....
Planning Commission met on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. Here are the results for a few of the notable item...
Our deputy city marshals and emergency management team have some tips about how to keep yourself, your home and your identity safe this h...
You can see it now: a delicious apple pie aroma baking through the air, dollops of mashed potatoes waiting to be doused in gravy and th...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Nov. 21. Below is a recap of agenda items of interest:Agenda Items 13 & 67 — Short Term ...
Lieburn Turkey Dinner (ages 50+) Friday, Nov. 16, 11:30 a.m. Cost: $7.  Advance registration required by Nov. 14.Li...
Looking for something fun for your kids to do over the Thanksgiving break? We offer several affordable camps:Fall Break Camp (...
Here's a recap of the Nov. 13 Planning Commission Meeting.  Agenda Item 7 — Special Use Permit for a Pro...
The Las Vegas City Council approved a Toys For Tickets program that will allow those issued non-public safety parking tickets by the city...
We are a proud employer and supporter of veterans in Las Vegas. We Have Ended Veterans Homelessness The city of Las ...
Whatever happens between you and these doughnuts in Vegas stays in Vegas.Vegas is quickly and quietly becoming one of the great food ...
Who doesn’t like things stuffed in between two pieces of bread? (If you answered “me,” you should stop reading this now, even th...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Below is a recap.Agenda Item 27 — Grant for Adaptive Sports Opportun...
Our Deputy City Marshals have some safety tips to make Halloween a real treat for the entire family. Have fun and be safe!  M...
Halloween at the Pool: Witches, Wizards & Water! (all ages)Saturday, Oct. 27, noon to 5 p.m.Cost: $4 per person.Municipal Pool...
1. Explore Las Vegas’ oldest cemetery. The Nevada Preservation Foundation is leading a walking tour of Woodlawn Cemetery on Halloween. Cl...
The days leading up to Halloween and beyond are filled with fun activities for children, seniors and fun seekers of all ages! Find someth...
In Episode 6, we wonder what exactly is the Mayor’s Fund for Las Vegas LIFE? Why do we need donations? What about tax-payer dollars? We a...
Planning Commission meetings are now held twice a month. The next meeting will be on Tuesday, Oct. 23, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. Below are ...
An Update On Our Work To Break The Cycle Of Homelessness In Las Vegas World Homeless DayMore than 6,000 individuals and families in our ...
This week we unveiled our first Strong Start Go Mobile PreK classroom on wheels. This program will provide families with a unique opportu...
Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman and Ward 5 Councilman Cedric Crear celebrated the start of construction on two new parking garages coming ...
It’s back to school time. Everyone has been busy preparing for a new school year and it has spurred A LOT of questions about the st...
Las Vegas City Council met on Wednesday, Sept. 5. Get the agenda here and watch the recap.Agenda Item 12 —...
As major national storms leave destruction in their wake, they illustrate the need for emergency preparedness. September is Nationa...
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