The Charter Committee will work with City staff to review the Henderson City Charter and make recommendations to the City Council regarding necessary amendments to the Charter. Any recommendations approved by the City Council will be forwarded to the 2017 Nevada State Legislature for consideration. The Committee will consist of thirteen (13) members that include both City Council and legislator appointees.
Jennifer Carleton, Chairperson
Nicholas Vaskov, Vice-Chair
Virginia Faye Bear Finnegan
John W. Simmons
Javier Trujillo, Director of Intergovernmental Relations (702) 267-2060
Christopher Boyd, Intergovernmental Relations Specialist (702) 267-2056
David Cherry, Intergovernmental Relations Specialist (702) 267-2055
Board Secretary, Crystal Bomar (702) 267-2057
Meets in March of every even year as requested in the Mayor & Council Board Room, City Hall, 240 Water St., 4th floor.
All agendas are posted at least three (3) working days prior to board meetings at the following locations:
City Hall, 240 Water St. 1st Floor Lobbies Henderson Multigenerational Center, 250 S. Green Valley Pkwy.
Whitney Ranch Recreation Center, 1575 Galleria Dr.
Fire Station No. 86, 96 Via Antincendio
The City of Henderson is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and is dedicated to providing equal access to all city-sponsored programs, services and activities for citizens with disabilities. Persons requiring special assistance or accommodation should contact Crystal Bomar at (702) 267-2057 or TTY: 7-1-1, at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting.
You can receive Charter Committee agendas by e-mail:
You can receive Charter Committee agendas by mail:
- Fax your request to the Intergovernmental Relations Office at (702) 267-2081
- Go on-line, complete and submit the On-line Agenda Request Form
- Call the Intergovernmental Relations Office at (702) 267-2057
Agendas for the Charter Committee meetings are then automatically mailed to the requestor the Wednesday prior to the Charter Committee meetings for a period of six months. After which you will need to submit a new request by fax, phone call, or on-line.