Reopening Phase 2

 Beginning November 24, Nevada will operate under a statewide pause to include the following:

  • Restaurant/bars from 50% to 25% capacity
  • Gyms/fitness to 25% capacity; face coverings must be worn at all times
  • Retail remains at 50%; big box stores need monitors and additional signage
  • Gaming floors to 25% capacity
  • Other business to 25% capacity
  • Gatherings capped at 50 people or 25% of fire code, whichever is less
  • No change to schools or childcare centers if they are operating currently
  • Private residence capped at 10 people from no more than two households with extended face covering requirement
  • Youth and sports tournaments are paused
  • Churches capped at 50 or 25% fire code whichever is less
  • Henderson City Hall remains open at 25% capacity.
    Please continue to use online services at your convenience. 

    Face coverings are required at all times. 
    This includes when visiting all City facilities.

    Complete guidelines and protocols can be found here.


    Businesses that are not open include:
    • Adult entertainment establishments
    • Brothels
    • Nightclubs and day clubs


    City Council and Planning Commission Meetings

    Effective August 18, 2020 residents will be able to comment in person at City Council meetings using a microphone set up outside of Council Chambers. Due to the COVID-19 public gathering restrictions, residents must remain outside Council Chambers, wear a face covering, and practice social distancing. You may also participate via WebEx or watch online. The links below will direct to you to current information about the upcoming meetings and ways to participate and watch. 
    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 5-12. 

    Battle Born Teens, a recreational program with supervised activities for ages 10-14. 

    Henderson Farmer's Market is available at the Henderson Multigenerational Center parking lot. 

    Now accepting picnic reservations

    Accepting registration for programs, classes and events. Please see the Henderson Happenings posted here

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

    • Playgrounds
    • Skateparks and BMX
    • Splash pads
    • Pools (More information is available here.)
    • Multi-Fitness Centers (More information is available here.)
    • Racquetball (More information is available here.)
    Sports - teams must comply with all outlined protocols. For more information, call City of Henderson Sports at 702-267-5717. 

    The following areas continue to be closed to the public:

    • Outdoor basketball courts
    • Senior centers


    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.