Councilwoman Olivia Díaz is dedicated to making Ward 3 a better place to live, focusing on education, safety, economic growth, and community improvements. Her leadership has led to significant positive changes and initiatives that benefit the community. Below is a detailed list of her accomplishments, showcasing the impact of her continued commitment to Ward 3.


Strong Start Mobile Pre-K Program
Expansion: Councilwoman Díaz was instrumental in funding new buses and securing additional physical sites to expand this program’s reach in Ward 3.

Strong Start Academy Elementary School
Opened: August 8, 2022
Location: Tony Hsieh Education Center
Focus: Bilingual education in English and Spanish for children in K-2nd grade, primarily serving children from underserved parts of the city.

EmployNV YouthHub
Purpose: Connects young adults (16 to 24 years old) to career and employment opportunities.

Public Safety

Downtown Area Substation
Features: Houses the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Deputy City Marshals and Fremont Street Experience security to enhance downtown safety.

SeeClickFix Launch
Platform: An online site where residents can submit complaints or requests to the city (e.g., graffiti complaints, roadway maintenance) and receive quicker responses from the City of Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, center, among the officials cutting a ribbon at the new police substation at Fremont Street Experience. The pedestrian mall has seen recent crime. (Image: KSNV)

Jobs and Economy

New Businesses
Over 1,400 new businesses licensed in Ward 3 since 2022.

International Innovation Center
Location: 801 S. Main St., Ward 3
Tenants: Eight new technology start-up companies fully leasing the center.

Tech Alley Events
Monthly events hosted in the Arts District for potential and existing start-up companies.

Share Downtown Apartments
Location: Arts District
Features: Galleries, shopping, restaurants, and Brewery Row.

First Upscale Boutique Hotel
Location: Arts District
Features: 74 rooms and a restaurant operated by a renowned chef. Ongoing work with the same developer for a second development across the street.

Councilwoman Olivia Díaz at City of Las Vegas (Photo Credit: Vegas Business Digest)


East Las Vegas Community Center
Renovation: Completed in 2022, including the “Our Collective Strength” mural.

Wardelle Street Townhouses
Completion: Added 57 new affordable housing units to Ward 3.

Arts District Parking
Addition: 500 new surface parking spaces with negotiations for a new 400-600 space parking garage.

Amp Utility Cabinet Painting Project
Achievement: Surpassed the FY22 goal by painting 324 outdoor murals across the City.

Affordable Housing Project
Redeveloping the 100 acres of Desert Pines Golf Course into a mixed-use village with mixed-income apartments, for-sale housing, public gathering spaces, a workforce training center, commercial areas, and a public park.
Investment in Public Works (Ward 3): Estimated at $357,733,848.

Arroyo Vista Park
Opened: 2023
Features: Equestrian area, playground, soccer field, and more.

The Beverly Theater
Opened: 2023
Funders: Beverly Rogers and the Rogers Foundation
515 S. 6th St., Las Vegas, NV 89101

Playground at Arroyo Vista Park in Las Vegas (Photo Credit: City of Las Vegas)