Gov. Steve Sisolak said on Friday that Nevada will host its first-ever Infrastructure Forum in Las Vegas next month.
According to the governor’s office, the summit will be a one-day discussion centred on significant federal investments coming to the Silver State.
On Friday, September 30, it will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
In a statement to the media, Sisolak stated, “I am committed to using these once-in-a-generation infrastructure investments to rebuild our highways, roads, and bridges, connect our communities, upgrade our water infrastructure, improve sustainable transportation, and create thousands of good-paying jobs for hard-working Nevadans,”
Participants will include participants from the community, stakeholders, and state and federal agencies.
More information about the speakers and programmes will be released in the upcoming weeks, according to Sisolak’s office.