In an effort to revitalize the Boulder Highway Corridor, the City of Henderson is implementing Boulder Highway - Revitalize, Reuse, Renew program at no cost to local property owners
During the recent Henderson Strong comprehensive planning effort, the community prioritized increased investment in the Boulder Highway Corridor among others.
In response, the City of Henderson applied for and received the Brownfield Community-Wide Assessment Grant
through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that allows the city to fund site research and environmental assessments on eligible properties in the area. 'Assessments test for contamination; this testing could then eliminate a critical hurdle to future sales and financing. The assessment process better positions property owners to more easily market their vacant or underutilized properties or repurpose them for a higher return on investment.
Grant funded activities of the Boulder Highway - Revitalize, Reuse, Renew program will continue through the spring of 2019.
Who & Where:
Commercial property owners within the Boulder Highway - Revitalize, Reuse, Renew program area - an eight-mile segment of the Boulder Highway Corridor from Gibson Road/Broadbent Boulevard to Wagonwheel Drive.
This effort is a product of the Long Range Planning Division of the Community Development and Services Department at the City of Henderson. The Long Range Division focuses on the practices areas of land use, analytical services, regional collaboration, and community outreach. All divisions of the Community Development and Services Department work to partner with the community to plan and promote a vibrant, safe, balanced, cohesive city for today and tomorrow.
For more information on initiatives like these and other Community Development and Services happenings contact us at (702)-267-1500 and/or email us at email@example.com