The City of Henderson is committed to keeping every member of the community safe, which is why we are repeatedly listed among the top 10 Safest Cities in the nation by nationally recognized publications, including Money Magazine. Achieving community safety takes a village. From police,
fire, emergency, and environmental services staff to the community and traffic engineers – each plays a role in community safety. Moreover, to attain our goal of being a premier community, we must leverage technology, community, and capital resources to design a resilient strategy capable of
preventing, preparing for, mitigating, responding to, and recovering from emergencies and disasters – both natural and human-made.
New COVID Cases and 7-Day Moving Average in Henderson for the previous two weeks. Data provided by Southern Nevada Health District. This snapshot provides data managed by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public and Behavioral Health, Immunization Program for Clark County, NV, and assessed by the Southern Nevada Health District’s Office of Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance. Due to delays in processing and reporting, data from the most recent date are less complete than data from older dates. Data is preliminary and subject to change.
Henderson prides itself on being a welcoming, connected, and vibrant community, intentionally designed to offer a range of housing choices, a clean environment, easy access to transportation, outstanding municipal services, healthcare, and a host of recreational amenities and cultural events. The City is committed to maintaining these community characteristics while extending our reach into areas that require a greater inclusive presence.