Community Development And Services

Resources for Residents

Homeownership Programs

The City of Henderson supports first-time homebuyers and homeownership programs in our community.

First-Time Homebuyer Programs

Please visit the website below for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Approved Housing Counseling agencies and community partners that offer down payment assistance and pre-purchase counseling to eligible first-time homebuyers.  

https://www.hud.gov/states/nevada/homeownership/hsgcounseling

Nevada Housing Division's Home is Possible Program

The State of Nevada’s Home is Possible Down Payment Assistance Program is a grant program that helps make the dream of homeownership a reality for qualified Nevadans.  Introduced in 2014, this program assists eligible homebuyers with down payment and closing cost assistance.  Please contact the Nevada Housing Division for more information at (702)486-5983 or (888)486-8775 or visit the website below.

https://www.homeispossiblenv.org/

Housing Rehabilitation Program

The City of Henderson is committed to preserving the affordable housing stock in our community. 

Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada

The Housing Rehabilitation Program helps Henderson residents with repairs such as code violations, health and safety issues, energy efficiency and ADA modifications. The Critical Repair program may include heating and cooling systems, minor roof repairs, and plumbing. 

If your home is in need of repairs, please contact Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada (702)-259-4900 or visit www.rtsnv.org for more information and eligibility requirements.

Additional Housing Resources for Residents

The City supports a variety of housing resources for Henderson residents.

St. Jude's Ranch for Children

St Jude’s Ranch for Children, provides tenant based rental assistance, case management and referral services to eligible youth families ages 18-24.  The Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program (TBRA) assists families who are 60% or below median income with rental assistance, residential security deposits, utility deposits, and utility payments. Funding for this program is provided to St. Jude’s Ranch for Children through funds allocated to the City of Henderson from the State of Nevada Housing Division. 

To learn more, please visit https://stjudesranch.org/our-programs/

The Salvation Army Henderson United Corps

The Salvation Army Henderson United Corps provides tenant based rental assistance, case management and referral services to eligible families  to prevent homelessness. The Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program (TBRA) assists families who are 60% or below median income with rental assistance, residential security deposits, utility deposits and utility payments.  Funding for this program is provided to Salvation Army through funds allocated to the City of Henderson from the State of Nevada Housing Division. 

To learn more, please visit https://www.salvationarmysouthernnevada.org/family-services

HopeLink of Southern Nevada

HopeLink of Southern Nevada is a State Family Resource Center that provides homeless prevention and financial assistance services to eligible households with critical housing needs. HopeLink provides tenant based rental assistance, case management and referral services to eligible families. The Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program (TBRA) and Welfare Set-Aside programs assists families who are 60% or below median income with rental assistance, residential security deposits, utility deposits and utility payments for residents at risk of becoming homeless. Funding for this program is provided to HopeLink through funds allocated to the City of Henderson from the State of Nevada Housing Division. 

To learn more, please visit https://link2hope.org

Affordable Housing Sites in Henderson

For affordable senior, disabled, and family affordable housing properties located in the City of Henderson, please view the Affordable Housing List.  Public housing is also provided by the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority (SNRHA).

To view a list of public housing developments visit www.snvrha.org, or for more information please call 702-477-3100.

For more information on any of the programs listed above, please call the City of Henderson Community Development and Services Department at (702)-267-2000.

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