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The City of Boulder City is committed to your health and well-being. Please refer to this page for current information regarding the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including links to information from the CDC, the State of Nevada, and Southern Nevada Health District.Vaccination Clinic Flyer - closing info

Local Data - 5.8.2021:

The current stats for the virus in Clark County:  

  • Cases: 245,693 (2,538 increase)
  • Deaths: 4,323 (39 increase) 

The current stats for Boulder City:

  • Cases: 1044 (12 increase since last reported) 
  • Deaths: 52 (No change)

Percentage of Clark County residents that have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began:  10.6 % 

Percentage of Boulder City residents that have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began:  6.4% 


    • Total vaccinated doses given in Clark County: 1,476,570 
    • Total first doses in Clark County: 883,254 
    • Total completed vaccinations in Clark County: 649,603 
    • Total Boulder City residents with at least one dose: 6,816 
    • Total Boulder City residents with completed vaccinations: 5,603 

Based on the data from the Southern Nevada Health District, the following percentage of people have been vaccinated: 

Overall Population:

  • 42.0% of Boulder City residents have received at least one dose.
  • 34.6% of Boulder City residents have completed the series.
  • 38.1% of Clark County residents have received at least one dose.
  • 28.0% of Clark County residents have completed the series.

 Eligible Population (16 and up):

  • 50.5% in Boulder City with at least one dose
  • 41.5% in Boulder City that have completed the series.
  • 49.4% in Clark County with at least one dose.
  • 36.4% in Clark County that have completed the series.


There is a lot of confusion about the phrase “local control" as we move into the next part of the COVID-19 response. Boulder City does not have local control in the State’s plan. May 1, 2021, Local Control belongs to the counties; in Boulder City, it will be mandated by Clark County. The Clark County Plan can be found here.


As Boulder City continues to respond to the COVID-19 crisis, we are acutely aware of the needs of our residents. City Council previously dedicated CARES Act funding for rent/mortgage, food, utility assistance and more through local organizations and continues to seek other assistance. See the reference guide below for information that may help you and your family during this pandemic. 


Food, Utility, Financial Aid and Support Programs


Mental Health Resources

  • Safe Nest (victims of domestic violence): or 702.646.4981.  
  • NV Health and Human Services Tips and Links: 
  • Nevada Resilience Project: 

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 City Business

  • City Hall is open to visitors Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. until 6 p.m.
  • Residents can also handle non-emergency business by phone at 702.293.9329 during regular business hours, with limited hours on Friday and Saturday, or email using the staff directory at   
  • Starting May 1, all City Council, Committee and Commission meetings and workshops are open to up to 33 visitors who must where masks. Meetings are also live streamed; comments can be submitted online, via email or over the phone. Details at  
  • During the COVID-19 pandemic, the City halted late fees or disconnect service for non-payment of utility bills.  Customers must contact the Utility Billing office at 702.293.9244 to discuss options. Emergency Aid may be able to provide assistance:
  • Utility, business license and permit payments may be made at the back window of City Hall or online at, where you can set up autopay as well.
  • Fingerprint services, DMV services and sex offender registration services at the Boulder City Police Department are suspended until further notice. (The DMV operates a kiosk at Albertson's Supermarket, 1008 Nevada Way, Boulder City.) 
  • All special events and public gatherings within City parks and facilities MUST be approved by the City and a Clark County work group effective May 1. Call 702.293.9256 for information and applications.
  • Specific recreational activities through the Parks and Recreation Department must follow County guidance. 

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