The City Council may place ballot questions on any General Election ballot. The next election will be held on November 6, 2018.
At its regular meeting on February 27, 2018, the City Council approved four (4) questions to place before the voters at the November 2018 General Election. The questions are as follows:
1) Shall the City of Boulder City expend up to $750,000 from the Capital Improvement Fund, as funds become available, to purchase a new fire engine?
2) Shall the Boulder City Code be amended to provide that Boulder City and its agencies and enterprises may incur refunding debt obligations to refinance existing debt obligations without the approval of the electors of Boulder City for the purpose of reducing interest costs or effecting other economies or modifying or eliminating restrictive contractual limitations concerning the existing debt obligations, as determined by the City Council?
3) Shall the City be authorized to sell approximately 1.72 acres of City-owned land located at 1401 Boulder City Parkway, the proceeds of which will be deposited into the Capital Improvement Fund pursuant to Article XV, Section 142 of the Boulder City Charter?
4) Shall Section 136 of the Boulder City Charter be amended to be consistent with state law which places specific restrictions on loans and transfers from enterprise funds, and on the use of revenues?
The City Council is currently seeking volunteers to write the arguments for the proposed ballot questions. Those interested may obtain the form at the link below, or call the City Clerk's office at (702) 293-9208. Please return the form no later than March 29, 2018.