Las Vegas Ambassador Gets The Axe

April 7, 2020

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has announced they have canceled their contract with former Las Vegas mayor Oscar Goodman as the official city ambassador. The former mayor was paid $72,000 in the role of promoting Las Vegas as a destination to visit. In the current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic forcing most of […]

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Is Downtown Las Vegas Safe?

November 18, 2019

I get asked often if visiting downtown Las Vegas is safe, well the short answer is generally yes. I presume when people ask they mean mainly . talking about the tourist areas; Let’s start with Fremont Street Experience area under the canopy, this area is heavily traveled and has lots of private security, police presence […]

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Downtown Las Vegas Sign

New Parking Options At Smith Center

November 12, 2019

If you are heading to The Smith Center or Symphony Park there are now two new parking garages owned and operated by the City of Las Vegas to make your visit easier. One nice thing about the two new garages and, the existing garage is that the charge is only $5 to park there. The […]

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Fremont Street Construction Begins

October 7, 2019

Today is the start of construction in downtown Las Vegas as work begins on the Fremont Street Improvement Project an 11 month project that is part of the cities downtown pedestrian safety improvement. The project will include work on the street, sidewalks, storm drains and sewers as well as street lighting, also including architectural with […]

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