Resources for Real Estate Professionals
The City of Henderson offers a wealth of resources and tools to help busy real estate professionals find the information they need to be successful.
The city makes a wide variety of interactive maps available to assist real estate professionals and home buyers looking for specific information. Maps include: homeowner’s associations, parks & trails, school zoning information, watering groups, crime search and sex offender registry. http://www.cityofhenderson.com/gis/interactive-maps
Utility Services Water & Sewer
Information is available about the process of turning water/sewer service on and off. http://www.cityofhenderson.com/utility-services/customer-care-center/water-and-sewer-services
Public Records Requests
The city’s convenient online search function makes it easy to verify that homes and properties have the necessary permits.
Development Services Center
The city’s one-stop shop provides coordinated plan review, inspection and permit services.
Henderson Municipal Code & City Charter
The Henderson Municipal Code & City Charter are available online in a fully searchable format.
Henderson Property Registry
This program facilitates the registration of abandoned residential properties and those in danger of being abandoned. The purpose is to reduce and prevent neighborhood blight and to mitigate conditions that threaten the health and safety of the public.
The city’s Economic Development Division shares information, news and resources in support of the brokerage community.
Henderson Happenings is the premier guide to citywide events, recreation and leisure services. It includes a complete listing of parks, pools and recreation facilities.
Boards & Commissions
The city’s many advisory boards and commissions are comprised of volunteer citizens dedicated to shaping the future of Henderson. A complete listing of opportunities, including how to submit an interest form, is available online.
Stay Up To Date
Subscribe to a city newsletter tailored to your interests, from sports and recreation programs to volunteer information and concerts.
Contact the Mayor & City Council
Submit comments, concerns and questions via Contact Henderson. The Mayor and members of the City Council also welcome your comments and feedback by calling 702-267-2085.
Resources for Homeowners & Home Buyers
The City of Henderson offers a wide array of programs and resources to help residents and neighborhoods enjoy and maintain a high quality of life.
Held in partnership with the Clark County Neighborhood Justice Center, this program provides Henderson residents with free mediation services.
Neighborhood Cleanup Program
This program supports residents in their efforts to clean up their neighborhoods
Neighborhood Enhancement Grant
This grant provides funding to neighborhood groups, enabling them to work together on projects to benefit the community.
First-Time Homebuyer Program
This city program is designed to assist low-income families in the purchase of a home.
Home Again: Nevada Homeowner Relief Program
This free public service from the Office of the Nevada Attorney General makes it easy for distressed borrowers to learn about what relief options may be available through state and federal programs.
Home Rehabilitation & Emergency Repair Grant Programs
These programs provide assistance in the form of interest-deferred loans and grants to qualified residents.
Henderson Lead Hazard Control & Healthy Homes Program
Offered in collaboration with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, this program is designed to reduce lead-based paint hazards in homes build prior to 1978.
Neighborhood Stabilization Program
The program assists communities impacted by foreclosures and mortgage delinquencies.
Weatherization Assistance Program
The Weatherization Assistance Program helps residents make their homes more energy efficient.
The City of Henderson is committed to furthering fair housing for all residents. A variety of resources are available.
Community Pride Award
The Henderson Commemorative Beautification Commission recognizes businesses and residents that improve the appearance of a neighborhood or add to the beauty and cleanliness of Henderson.
The Henderson Commemorative Beautification Commission and the city’s Public Works, Parks and Recreation Department have a 20-foot enclosed trailer full of tools and supplies available for use at no cost to Henderson residents and businesses for neighborhood and community projects.
Water Restrictions & Schedule
Details include information about the city’s watering restrictions, watering schedule and landscape materials restrictions and turf installation.