Population: 648,224 / Mayor Carolyn Goodman
The city of Las Vegas' charter for becoming a smart city is to provide safe, reliable and efficient civic technology that stimulates economic growth. The Innovation District in downtown Las Vegas serves as a proving ground for emerging technologies.
The city of Las Vegas has already invested in “smart” infrastructure, having charted a course to become a smart city by 2025. Within the Innovation District, the city is working quickly to create a place where intelligent transportation systems and smart technology operate seamlessly to provide services efficiently to its 650,000 residents and 42 million visitors.
Las Vegas is a proving ground for Autonomous Vehicles. Currently, Las Vegas is testing an autonomous shuttle in the city.
The Soofa Signs will provide Las Vegas riders with real-time shuttle updates and city-relevant content.
This project will provide a solid backbone for the safe assessment of CAVs, that use this area as a proving ground, and offers the capability of monitoring the performance of various technology deployments.
The city of Las Vegas holds the #1 ranking nation-wide from the U.S. Open Data Census, which measures openness of key data sets.
Open RFPs and Challenges
Due: February 27, 2019
The City of Las Vegas (City) seeks proposals for providing, installing and maintaining renewable energy systems using photovoltaic (PV) solar resources and other applicable technologies, at City of Las Vegas various City-owned facilities, through long-term Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs).
Due: February 22, 2019
Las Vegas seeks to establish a business to business (B2B) digital marketing platform that will engage and interact with Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s (LVCVA) US and Canadian travel advisors who actively sell hotel room product in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is seeking pilot proposals around their strategic priorities. 1) Iconic Las Vegas 2) Smart Vegas 3) Neighborhoods 4) At Risk Populations 5) Public Safety 6) Workforce Development