Reopening Phase 1

Nevada Begins the Reopening Process on Saturday, May 9

Complete guidelines and protocols can be found in
Governor Sisolak's Roadmap to Recovery for Nevada

Businesses that will not reopen include:
  • Adult entertainment establishments
  • Aesthetic service establishments (except nail and hair salons and barber shops)
  • Amusement and theme parks
  • Arcades and other amusement venues
  • Aquariums
  • Body art and body piercing establishments
  • Bowling alleys
  • Brothels
  • Buffets
  • Casinos and other gaming establishments
  • Gyms and fitness facilities, including health clubs, yoga, barre and spin facilities
  • Live entertainment venues, including theaters
  • Miniature golf courses
  • Movie theaters (except drive-in movie theaters)
  • Nightclubs
  • Racetracks
  • Recreation and community centers
  • Skiing facilities
  • Spas
  • Sporting event venues
  • Zoos

City of Henderson Prepares to Reopen for Business

Following Governor Sisolak’s lead, the City of Henderson is preparing to open to the public in phases. The first phase includes:


City Council and Planning Commission Meetings

We will continue to livestream the following meetings and offer you the opportunity to participate from home through WebEx. The links below will direct to you to current information about the upcoming meetings. 
All other board and commission meetings have been cancelled until further notice.


Parks and Recreation

Battle Born Kids, a recreational program with supervised activities for ages 5-14 is available beginning May 11. 

Kampfire Kids, a state-licensed preschool camp for ages 3-5 is available beginning June 1. 

Henderson Farmer's Market resumes at the Henderson Pavilion on May 15. 

The following areas are open to the public. Please continue to observe social distancing while using these areas:

  • Bird Viewing Preserve
  • Restrooms
  • Grassy areas
  • Perimeter paths/trails
  • Horse arena
  • Dog parks
  • Tennis, pickleball, horseshoes, bocce
  • Sports fields - use limited to skill and condition drills at the following locations. No scrimmages or game play.
  • Acacia Park
  • Anthem Hills Park multipurpose field
  • Burkholder Park baseball #2
  • Cactus Wren Park
  • Capriola Park
  • Green Valley Park
  • Heritage Park fields     #12 & #13
  • Madeira Park baseball north & south
  • Morrell Park
  • Mountain View Park
  • Paseo Verde Park multipurpose field
  • Pecos Legacy        baseball #1
  • River Mountain Park
  • Rodeo Park
  • Silver Springs Park
  • Sunridge Park
  • Tuscany Park
  • Well Park
  • Weston Hills baseball #1 & #2

The following areas continue to be closed to the public:

  • Playgrounds
  • Sports courts: basketball, volleyball, etc.
  • Skateparks and BMX facilities
  • Splash pads
  • Recreation centers
  • Pools
  • Senior centers

A hold on City special events, sports league games and tournament play continues.


Human Resources

Applications continue to be accepted online. Interviews will be held virtually where possible.



Police Department desk officers will accept walk-in reports. Fingerprint appointments may be scheduled online.


Utility Services

Water and sewer service payments are accepted in person at Henderson City Hall and online.


Henderson Municipal Court

Henderson Municipal Court hearings and in-custody arraignment hearings will resume.



Passport services continue on a walk-in basis. 


Development Services

The City of Henderson provides these electronic services:

  • Certain inspections can be completed remotely via video through phone apps such as Facetime, Google Duo and Skype.
  • Entitlement applications can be submitted through email and reviewed with Bluebeam software (some reviews are possible online such as TUPs).
  • Business License related reviews like zoning compliance and fire safety are being completed electronically.
  • Building, Fire, Civils and Mapping permit submissions can be submitted, reviewed and paid for online.



Pre-bid/proposal meetings and consultant interviews/presentations can be conducted via WebEx or Teams. 


City Archives and Records

Requests for public records can be filled via email or by scheduled pickup.