Contact Henderson

Get Adobe Reader
Adobe® Reader® is required to view PDF files.

Neighborhood Services

Neighborhood Enhancement Grant Past Projects 

Take a look at how your neighbors have used the Neighborhood Enhancement Grant
to beautify their communities!

Trailside Point

Dedicated to reducing water consumption, Trailside Point homeowners converted grass in their common areas to desert landscaping as funds became available.  With the help of the Neighborhood Enhancement Grant, they were able to complete the final portion of the project.

Carriage Lane

A sub-association of Green Valley Ranch, Carriage Lane did not have a monument sign at their entrance as do most other communities in the area.  Grant funds were used to purchase a sign, which resulted in a look consistent with other Green Valley Ranch neighborhoods. 

Legacy Legends

With signs and signposts over 15 years old, it was clear that replacement was necessary.  Legacy Legends used Enhancement Grant funds to purchase a variety of new signs, including parking, directional, and property maps. 

Horizons at Seven Hills

HOA board members from Horizons at Seven Hills were committed to maintaining their community’s landscaping.  With the help of the Enhancement Grant, new trees and shrubs were planted throughout the neighborhood’s common area.


Emerald Point

Emerald Point, a non-HOA community, had their original sign destroyed years ago as a result of a car accident.  Partnering with the city of Henderson, neighbors enthusiastically volunteered their time to refurbish their perimeter wall and, with funds from the Enhancement Grant, had a new sign installed. 

Mission Manor

After seeing an increase in police calls from within their community, Mission Manor residents became interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch.  To maximize interest, the Neighborhood Watch meeting was held in conjunction with a block party.  Grant funds went toward food, drinks, and games for the kids. 


Black Mountain Cove

Located on a major thoroughfare, this association sought to beautify the entrance to their community by adding additional landscaping.


Resort Villas

This HOA, which borders the Wildhorse Golf Club, used Neighborhood Enhancement Grant funding to replace over 100 plants and trees that had been destroyed throughout the years.  








If you would like more information on the Neighborhood Enhancement Grant, please contact Emily Lewis at (702) 267-2008 or by e-mail at