September 2013

     

 

Help for Homeowners is Easier Than Ever!

 


 

The State of Nevada is making it easier for distressed borrowers to see what help may be available through state and federal programs.

If you are underwater or have lost your home to foreclosure, make one simple call today to learn about the free relief options you may be eligible for.

Assistance is available for:

  • Homeowners in need of a loan modification
  • Borrowers who are current, but underwater
  • Borrowers who have lost their homes to foreclosure
  • Households working toward home ownership

Call 855-HLP4NEV (457-4638) or visit their website for more information.

 

You can also view and download the poster in English or Spanish.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henderson Pavilion Concerts & Events

Streets surrounding the Henderson Pavilion will experience a higher volume of traffic this fall due to several concerts and events at the venue. Slight delays may occur during the following dates and times.

               

·         September 23 - A Day to Remember - 7am-7pm

·         October 2 - Bret Michaels - 8pm-10pm

·         October 4 - Henderson Symphony Orchestra - 8pm-10pm

·         October 11 - Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds - 8pm-10pm

·         October 12 - Green Valley Community Yard Sale - 6am-Noon

 

Water Street District Street Closures

The Water Street District will experience temporary street closures to accommodate a variety of special events. Please expect traffic delays.

 

Ho’olaule’a Festival

Water Street (Basic Road – Atlantic Avenue)

CLOSED: September 14 at 5am to September 15 at 9pm

 

Super Run Classic Car Show

Water Street (Ocean Avenue – Victory Road)

CLOSED: September 26 at 6pm to September 29 at 8pm

 

For more information, please visit HendersonLive.com or call the city of Henderson Department of Cultural Arts & Tourism at (702) 267-2171.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Lisa's Landscape Corner

 

I hope you are enjoying the cooler weather….well, it's getting there! Next week promises to be in the 80s, winding its way to the fall weather. That nearly three-week stretch of rainy days far exceeds the previous records of 12 straight days in both 1967 and 1998. Henderson, Aliante and Summerlin have received upwards of two inches total! Some areas have seen debris and decomposed granite (colored soils) moving through their neighborhoods - I hope you are not one of them!


After the cleanup from all the rain it’s time to plant. Cool season annuals include African daisies, pansies, ornamental kale, hollyhock, poppies and petunias. Cool season vegetables include root vegetables like carrots, beets, parsnips and leeks. Leafy veggies can be planted from seed now and those include spinach, parsley, lettuce and kale. And for the kids, cauliflower, broccoli and Brussels sprouts - their favorites.
 

October is the very best month to plant trees in Southern Nevada. Remember to get smaller trees when you can. And if you are planning to plant fruit trees, they will be coming available very soon. I recommend you check for hot desert varieties; great plant lists are available from the Cooperative Extension Service or call the Master Gardener Hotline at (702) 257-5555.
 

 

Barkules Speaks!

Have you met Barkules? He is the cute puppy mascot at the Heritage Park Bark Park! This oversized play structure for children is six feet tall and 18 feet long, and loyally stands watch over the park.

Starting next month, Barkules will be hosting his very own column - "Barkules Speaks". Working with our Animal Control officers, he will provide tips for your pets and information on adoptable animals in our shelter.

Until then, don't forget to visit the Animal Control website to view dogs and cats that are waiting for  new homes.

 


 

 

 

Become an even greater asset to your community by

taking a free class coordinated by the State of Nevada Ombudsman's Office!

 

 

The Office of the Ombudsman offers classes for those who live, work or own property within homeowners associations. All classes are free and open to the public.

 

For more information, view the class calendar. You may also contact Ken Richardson at (702) 486-4480 or by e-mail.

 

 


 

 

 

 

HPD - Making a Difference in Our

Neighborhoods

 

Officers from our Community Relations Unit (CRU) are available to attend your HOA board meetings and help you set up a Neighborhood Watch. If your neighborhood is experiencing any problems, they can also discuss various crime prevention strategies that can be implemented.

Call (702) 267-5100 or visit the CRU website for more information.

 


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  Barbara Geach, Manager of Neighborhood Relations

City of Henderson
Neighborhood Services
(702) 267-2000
www.cityofhenderson.com

   

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