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GENERAL INFORMATION 3 Mayor and Council Mayor Andy Hafen Councilman Sam Bateman Councilwoman Debra March Councilman John F. Marz Councilwoman Gerri Schroder City Management City Manager Robert (Bob) Murnane, P.E. City Attorney Josh M. Reid City Clerk Sabrina Mercadante, MMC Assistant City Managers Bristol S. Ellington, AICP, ICMA-CM Fred Horvath Senior Director Tracy Bower City Services Alternative Sentencing 702-267-1350 Animal Control 702-267-4970 Building & Fire Safety 702-267-3600 Business License 702-267-1730 City Attorney 702-267-1200 City Clerk 702-267-1400 City Manager’s Office 702-267-2080 Code Enforcement 702-267-3950 Community Development 702-267-1500 Development Services Center 702-267-3640 Cultural Arts & Tourism 702-267-2171 Economic Development 702-267-1650 Fire (non-emergency) 702-267-2222 Human Resources 702-267-1900 Mayor & Council 702-267-2085 Municipal Court 702-267-3300 Neighborhood Services 702-267-2000 Parks and Recreation 702-267-4000 Police (non-emergency) 702-267-5000 Public Works 702-267-3000 Redevelopment 702-267-1515 Utility Services 702-267-5900 Our Mission Provide services and resources that enhance the quality of life for those who live, learn, work and play in our city. Open Programs The City of Henderson does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability in admissions or access to its activities, facilities, parks or programs. We welcome individuals of all ages and abilities to participate in our recreation programs. Should an individual need assistance to fully and safely participate in a program, call 702-267-4065 in advance. For full telephone accessibility, use Relay Nevada by dialing 7-1-1. Patience & Understanding Although we make every effort to ensure each issue of Henderson Happenings is free from errors, there are times when errors or revisions in dates, times, rates or registration information do occur. We thank you for your patience and understanding when these situations arise. Programs and schedules are subject to change without notice. Photography & Videotaping We may photograph or videotape events and program participants from time to time, and these images may be used by the City of Henderson in print or electronic media unless specifically requested otherwise by a participant or parent/guardian. Customer Satisfaction As a valued customer you are always our highest priority. If you are unhappy with the quality of any Parks and Recreation program (with exception to adult sports leagues and one-day programs), please let us know prior to the second class meeting so that we can suggest another program or offer a refund. Refund Policy Please view the refund policy on page 89 or online at cityofhenderson.com (type ‘refund’ in the search box). Please note that tickets purchased for events at the Henderson Pavilion are not refundable. Please Recycle Please recycle or share this publication by passing it on to a friend or co-worker who may be interested in our programs. Important Numbers Aquatics Year-round facilities Multigenerational 702-267-5824 Whitney Ranch 702-267-5870 Heritage Park Aquatic Complex 702-267-2980 Bird Viewing Preserve 702-267-4180 City Hall 702-267-2323 Henderson Convention Center 702-267-2171 Henderson Events Plaza 702-267-2171 Henderson Pavilion 702-267-4849 Parks and Recreation Information 702-267-4000 Online Registration 702-267-4122 Outdoor Recreation 702-267-4050 Park/Picnic Reservations 702-267-5707 Park Maintenance 702-267-4027 Recreation Centers Black Mountain 702-267-4070 Downtown 702-267-4040 Downtown Senior Center 702-267-4150 Henderson Multigenerational 702-267-5800 Heritage Park Senior Facility 702-267-2950 Silver Springs 702-267-5720 Valley View 702-267-4060 Whitney Ranch 702-267-5850 Sports 702-267-5700 Therapeutic Recreation & Inclusion Services 702-267-4065 Trails and Trail Watch 702-267-4050 Volunteers 702-267-4039 Wildhorse Golf Club 702-434-9000 Youth Enrichment 702-267-4100 Printed on recycled paper NON-RESIDENTRATES | Clark County add 15% | Outside Clark County add 25%


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