Recycling is now available for single-family and multifamily residences, including apartments, mobile home parks and RV Parks.
Integrated resource planning (IRP) is a planning process for new energy resources that evaluates the full range of alternatives, including new generating capacity, power purchases, energy conservation and efficiency, and renewable energy resources, to provide reliable service to electric consumers.
In May of 2008 the City Council of Boulder City adopted Resolution No. 5210 adopting new electrical utility rebates in Boulder City.
The City of Boulder City owns the Boulder City Landfill.
A customer wishing to operate a renewable generation system as a net metering system must execute an interconnection agreement with the city.
See a list of other places that accept recycling in the area.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) drought plan was developed in 2002, and adopted by the SNWA Board of Directors on February 20, 2003, to induce a level of water conservation necessary for the region to respond to various drought conditions.