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City of Henderson Seeking Entries for WinterFest Evening Light Parade

November 16, 2017 by · Comments Off on City of Henderson Seeking Entries for WinterFest Evening Light Parade 

City of Henderson Seeking Entries for WinterFest Evening Light Parade

Rudolph’s red nose will not be the only source of light this holiday season. Residents, community partners, organizations and businesses are invited to join thousands in making Henderson’s historic Water Street District twinkle. The city is now accepting applications for this year’s WinterFest Evening Light Parade through Nov. 27. Registration is $50 per entry; non-profit […]

Henderson Fire and Police Host Community Safety Expo on Oct. 14

October 8, 2017 by · Comments Off on Henderson Fire and Police Host Community Safety Expo on Oct. 14 

Henderson Fire and Police Host Community Safety Expo on Oct. 14

The City of Henderson Fire and Police departments are teaming up to host the Henderson Community Safety Expo 2017. The event, held in conjunction with National Night Out, will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 14 at the Henderson Fire Training Center, located at 401 Parkson Rd. The event is free […]

City of Henderson Looking for Entrepreneurs with Great Ideas for “Start-Tank” Business Pitch Competition

October 1, 2017 by · Comments Off on City of Henderson Looking for Entrepreneurs with Great Ideas for “Start-Tank” Business Pitch Competition 

City of Henderson Looking for Entrepreneurs with Great Ideas for “Start-Tank” Business Pitch Competition

The City of Henderson is looking for entrepreneurs with the next great business idea to take the jump into the city’s Shark Tank-style pitch competition. Along with expert advice, contestants will have the chance to win cash and prizes.  Entrepreneurs entering the “Start Tank” competition will have their businesses or concepts reviewed by a panel […]

“Last Friday, Just Add Water Street” Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony to Take Place August 25th at Henderson’s Historic Water Street

August 24, 2017 by · Comments Off on “Last Friday, Just Add Water Street” Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony to Take Place August 25th at Henderson’s Historic Water Street 

"Last Friday, Just Add Water Street" Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony to Take Place August 25th at Henderson’s Historic Water Street

The first-ever Last Friday, Just Add Water Street event kicks off Friday, August 25th at Henderson’s historic Water Street District. The event will open up with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, alongside Henderson Mayor Debra March, Councilwoman Gerri Schroder and Councilman Dan Stewart, and will include a special opening performance by Coronado High School’s Marching Band and […]

Last Friday, Just Add Water Street: Crafts, Culinary Creations, Art Installations, Music Resurgence and More to Line the Streets of Historic Henderson at Water Street August 25

July 21, 2017 by · Comments Off on Last Friday, Just Add Water Street: Crafts, Culinary Creations, Art Installations, Music Resurgence and More to Line the Streets of Historic Henderson at Water Street August 25 

Last Friday, Just Add Water Street Crafts Culinary Creations, Art Installations, Music Resurgence and More to Line the Streets of Historic Henderson at Water Street

Henderson-based Festival, Last Friday, Just Add Water Street, announces its official summer launch date that will take place on the streets of the historic Water Street District. Beginning Friday, August 25th, festival attendees will come together in celebration of local live artists, various musicians, critically acclaimed chefs, and family-oriented activities that are encompassing of the […]

Henderson Mayor Debra March to Kick Off Monthly “March On” Community Meetings with Public Safety Summit on July 12th

July 9, 2017 by · Comments Off on Henderson Mayor Debra March to Kick Off Monthly “March On” Community Meetings with Public Safety Summit on July 12th 

Henderson Mayor Debra March to Kick Off Monthly “March On” Community Meetings with Public Safety Summit on July 12th

Mayor Debra March is kicking off a new series of monthly community meetings, each highlighting a different topic of interest to Henderson residents.  The Mayor’s first monthly “March On” meeting will be a public safety summit held on July 12 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the Henderson Multigenerational Center located at 250 S. […]

Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada Partners with Lowe’s to Rebuild Four Homes and The Henderson Scout House for Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada

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Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada Partners with Lowe's to Rebuild Four Homes and The Henderson Scout House for Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada

On May 16 and 17, Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada partnered with Lowe’s to rebuild four homes and The Henderson Scout House for Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada in the City of Henderson.  More than 100 Lowe’s employee volunteers provided critical repairs to neighbors in need at no cost. Repairs included exterior and interior painting, door […]

CycleBar Henderson Officially Opens with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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CycleBar Henderson Officially Opens with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

CycleBar celebrated the opening of its first Nevada location at The District in Henderson with a ribbon cutting ceremony and proclamation announcing Feb. 16 as “CycleBar Henderson Day” (Pictured: Maria and Gregorio Serrata receive proclamation from City of Henderson Councilwoman Gerri Schroder).  CycleBar Henderson owners Gregorio and Maria Serrata joined City of Henderson Councilwoman Gerri Schroder along […]

Henderson Named a Top 10 Tech Savvy City

November 10, 2016 by · Comments Off on Henderson Named a Top 10 Tech Savvy City 

Henderson Named a Top 10 Tech Savvy City

The City of Henderson was named today to one of the top spots in an annual ranking of tech-savvy local governments that employ technology to improve citizen services, enhance transparency and encourage community engagement (Photo courtess of www.CityofHenderson.com).  The Center for Digital Government placed Henderson ninth among cities in the 250,000-499,999 population category as part […]

Henderson Donates Plants and Trees to Elementary School Garden Project

October 21, 2016 by · Comments Off on Henderson Donates Plants and Trees to Elementary School Garden Project 

After hosting a workshop about the role of local food in sustainability, the City of Henderson will donate two galvanized community garden beds complete with edible plants and soil, two fruit trees and a vertical farming system from the Garden Tower project to the C.T. Sewell Elementary School gardening club to encourage students to learn […]

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