"Gardening is the purest of human pleasures." -- Francis Bacon

Community Gardens in Henderson

A community garden is, quite simply, any piece of land gardened by a group of people. Community gardens have many benefits - they beautify an area, produce healthy and nutritious food and bring neighbors together, which increases sense of community.

Last year, the Coventry HOA was awarded funds through the City's Neighborhood Enhancement Grant to help start a community garden in their common area. A number of residents participated and the group is looking forward to the next growing season.

If you have an idea for a community garden in your neighborhood or would like to learn more, contact Emily Lewis at (702) 267-2008 or emily.lewis@cityofhenderson.com.


Calling all Photographers!

The City of Henderson is seeking your pictorial point of view about what makes Henderson a great place to live, work and play in the first “What Makes Henderson Great!” photo competition.

Winners will have their image(s) displayed at City Hall, on the official CityofHenderson.com web site and Facebook page. They also may be incorporated into the Mayor’s annual State of the City address. In addition, winners will receive recognition by the Henderson City Council.

There is no cost to enter and you may enter up to five images. The deadline to submit entries is December 20, 2010.

As part of its citywide traffic communication program, the city of Henderson Department of Cultural Arts & Tourism has compiled a list of areas where special events on/near major streets may impede the normal flow of traffic.

Upcoming events include Shakespeare in the Park and Henderson Pavilion Concerts. Find more information on how traffic may be affected in your community here.

Schedules are subject to change. For more information, visit HendersonLive.com or call 702.267.2171.




Check Your Inbox!


Earlier this week, you should have received an invitation to our next Neighborhood Leadership Forum!


On Wednesday, October 27 at 7:30 a.m., Bob Cooper, Manager of Economic Development, will be discussing what the City is doing to spur economic growth in our community.  His presentation will include information on economic diversification, real estate strategies, job creation programs, as well as redevelopment in our downtown area of Water Street.


We will also recognize HOAs and NHAs that have positively impacted our community. If you know of a neighborhood group that has gone above and beyond, nominate them for an award. 



City of Henderson
Neighborhood Services

If you have any questions or would like to be removed from our Neighborhood Leadership E-Inform, contact Emily.Lewis@cityofhenderson.com