Announcements
  • March On

    Join Mayor Debra March at her July meeting for a presentation on public safety.

  • Get Ready to Register

    Browse through the new fall issue of Henderson Happenings and explore what we have to offer.

  • Heart of the City

    Do you know someone who has performed an act of kindness. Nominate them for the Heart of the City Award!

  • Mayor's Honor Roll

    Take this opportunity to nominate a special student, teacher, administrator, support staff, or parent of a student for the Mayor’s Honor Roll award.

  • Talk Shop with Cops

    Meet the people behind the badge and what they do to keep us safe.

  • HFD Open House

    Meet the firefighters at Fire Station 98.

  • Passports

    Stop by Henderson City Hall to take advantage of our full-service passport application acceptance program.

  • Water Quality Report

    2018 Water Quality Report is now available online.

  • Council Meetings

    Held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6pm in the City Hall Council Chambers. Council agendas are available online.

  • Relocation Guide

    More than 290,000 people now call Henderson their home. With award-winning, master-planned communities and numerous housing options, Henderson provides an outstanding quality of life that has become synonymous with the City.

  • Our History

    Over half a century ago during a visit to Southern Nevada, President John F. Kennedy predicted that the then fledgling City of Henderson was a "city of destiny."

Other News and Information
  • Eligibility - For those who would like to be considered or have someone considered for inclusion on the Veterans Memorial Wall based upon eligibility, please contact Andina.Whaley@cityofhenderson.com or call 702-267-1415.
Veterans Memorial Wall
Born in America's defense during World War II, the City of Henderson continues to honor its war born heritage. On November 11, 1994, the City officials dedicated the only Veterans Memorial Wall in southern Nevada, honoring those that have fought for our country to protect the threads of freedom and democracy that are woven into the fabric of American patriotism.

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