Parks And Recreation

Boards & Commissions

For a citywide list of citizen advisory boards and commissions, visit the Office of the City Clerk.

All agendas are posted at least three working days prior to board meetings at the following locations:

City Hall, 240 S. Water St. first floor lobbies 
Henderson Multigenerational Center, 250 S. Green Valley Pkwy.
Whitney Ranch Recreation Center, 1575 Galleria Dr.
Fire Station No. 86, 1996 E. Galleria Dr. 
www.cityofhenderson.com 
https://notice.nv.gov


Parks and Recreation Board 

Serves as the advisory board to the Public Works, Parks and Recreation director, City Manager, and City Council for all public park plans and recommends park development standards.

Jim Perkins, chairperson
Mauricia Baca, Alex Chen, John Holman, Barbie Holmes, Dallas Holmes, Ann Houston, Kyle Nagy, Michelle Nelson, Ted Olivas, and Doug Perns

Staff representative, Shari Ferguson
Recording secretary, Karie Teruya • 702-267-4016

Meetings

The first Wednesday of each month at 6pm in the Council Chambers Conference Room, City Hall, 240 S. Water St., 1st floor. 

Parks and Recreation Board Meeting Agendas

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 Karie Teruya at 702-267-4016 or TTY: 7-1-1, at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting.

email: Parksandrec@cityofhenderson.com 
calendar: http://cityofhenderson.com/events


Blue Ribbon Commission 

Reviews issues concerning excellence in education and opportunities for the development of youth in local communities and formulates recommendations to enhance the quality of life for all youth within the City.

Keiana Williams, chairperson
Juel Davis, vice-chairperson
Luke Adamo, Serenity Aleman-Reyes, Renae Buckles, Avrey Callis, Paula Driscoll, Samantha Elliott, Lauren Fairchild, Zayli Jackson,  Daniel Klingler, Daniel Martinez, Michael Mutzhaus, Jennifer Pride, Macey Reeves, Christian Scott, Caitlin Shirley-Tecumseh, Bradley Vidal, and Shane Zeller

Staff representative, Xanie Gann
Board secretary, Tina Sigman • 702-267-4127

Meetings

The third Wednesday of each month at 4pm at 280 S. Water St.

Blue Ribbon Commission Meeting Agendas

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 Tina Sigman at 702-267-4127 or TTY:  7-1-1, at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting.

email: Blueribbon@cityofhenderson.com 
calendar: http://www.cityofhenderson.com/events


Commemorative Beautification Commission

Develops plans for the beautification of public areas within city limits. The CBC sponsors the Community Pride Awardcleanup trailer, holiday decorating contest and Arbor Day.

Gina Denney, chairperson
Andrew Coates, vice chairperson
Christopher Cortney, Debra Jacobson, and Kathryn Park

Staff representative, Preston Goodman
Recording secretary, Rayna Booker • 702-267-4027

Meetings

At 6pm on the second Tuesday of each month (with exception to June, July and August), in the Parks and Recreation conference room, 105 W. Basic Rd.

Commemorative Beautification Commission Meeting Agendas 

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 Rayna Booker at 702-267-4027 or TTY: 7-1-1, at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting.

email: Commbeautification@cityofhenderson.com 
calendar: http://cityofhenderson.com/events


Senior Citizens Advisory Commission

Makes recommendations to City Council on subjects of particular interest to senior citizens and others similarly situated. For more information, call 702-267-4127. 

Liz Baldizan, chairperson
Jordan Flake, vice chairperson
Judy Belanger, Richard Berman, Jordan Flake, Gina Jolliff, Joanne McEvers, Joyce Nies, Ed O'Neil, Delwin Potter, Gerald Shepherd, and Fran Smith

Staff representative, Corey Clark • 702-267-4093 
Recording secretary, Joanne Wershba • 702-267-4127

Meetings

The second Wednesday of each month at 4pm, in the Parks and Recreation Conference Room, 105 W. Basic Rd.  

Senior Citizens Advisory Commission Meeting Agendas

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 Joanne Wershba at 702-267-4127 or TTY: 7-1-1, at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting.

email: Srcitizenadvisory@cityofhenderson.com 
calendar: http://cityofhenderson.com/events

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The City of Henderson has been acknowledged as an AARP Age-Friendly city where cities are assessed on eight domains of livability. Please complete a short survey to provide feedback about something that is working well and an area of opportunity in each of the eight domains of livability. 
The City of Henderson has been acknowledged as an AARP Age-Friendly city where cities are assessed on eight domains of livability. Please complete a short survey to provide feedback about something that is working well and an area of opportunity in each of the eight domains of livability.