This is the incremental revenue received by the Agency from the Clark County Treasurer for all real property taxes collected from all properties owned in a specific redevelopment area. The Agency is solely reliant on tax increment revenue for operations and to reinvest in designated redevelopment areas to provide financial incentives to developers, residents, and visitors in an effort to increase property values and eliminate blight.
This visualization shows the percent of City of Henderson residents that reside within a 10-minute walk of a City park. The percentage continues to increase as Henderson adds new public parks. The Trust for Public Land is the source for this data and reports this measure annually.
The State of Nevada elected to continue the Paris Climate Agreement, which outlines that City facilities must reduce emissions by 25-28% by 2025 (from the baseline year of 2005). The City of Henderson has reduced electrical emissions by 43%, and senior leaders are focused on remaining at 45,000 tons used per year even though it continues to add additional building square footage. Senior leaders support community quality of life by helping ensure good environmental stewardship and not only meeting but exceeding Paris Climate Agreement guidelines.
This visualization presents the Financial Stabilization Fund balance as a percentage of Actual Revenue. The city strives to maintain 8.3% of budgeted revenue in a “rainy day” financial stabilization fund, as defined per Nevada Revised Statute (NRS). This reserve fund allows the city to lessen the impact of economic uncertainties.
The American Water Works Association (AWWA) recommends using affordability ratio to determine the low-income household affordability of Water and Wastewater rates. An affordability ratio of no more than 10% is considered affordable. City senior leaders monitor and adjust rates while taking into consideration affordability ratio.
The Henderson Fire Department measures response time performance at the 90th percentile in accordance with national standards. Our goal is to reduce baseline response times by 30 seconds as we work toward achieving the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) standards. The NFPA recommends response times meet 6 minutes and 30 seconds for emergency medical incidents.
Priority 1 Response Time Averages based on Dispatch to Arrival times. Response averages are provided in the following categories: Citywide, East Area Command, North Area Command, West Area Command
Response Time = Arrival Time minus Dispatch Time
Response Average = Average of response times for given category
Residents have identified crime prevention as one of their top priority requirements and it is closely linked to their quality of life. Because residents told the city that crime prevention is a top requirement, the city has designated it as a key process. Crime rate is a count of crimes per 100,000 residents compiled to assess the effectiveness of a crime prevention policies, programs and processes. Data is also segmented by ward/market segment (AOS). Notes: 2020 data is preliminary and subject to change as it has not been published by the FBI. October, November, and December data was reported under the new NIBRS approach instead of UCR Summary, and was manually converted from NIBRS to UCR Summary to provide trending.