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.
Southern Nevada sites that administer the COVID-19 vaccine by type. Data provided by Southern Nevada Health District. *Other includes Tier I personnel groups/facilities from long-term care facilities, psychiatric abuse hospital settings, emergency medical services, pharmacy, and pharmacy technicians.
The number of permit and plan submittal volumes and the proportion of those submittals that are submitted electronically are compared. Currently, 100% of the permits and plans submitted are filed electronically. Volumes are updated and reviewed monthly for general operations reviews.
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.
Gallons Per Capita Per Day (GPCD) is a metric used by many communities to measure water use (consumption). It is an effective tool to measure conservation efficiency over time. GPCD varies across communities due to several factors, including differences in climate, demographics, water-use accounting practices and economic conditions. The City of Henderson has achieved reductions in potable water use per capita with the permanent adoption of the City's water conservation regulations and enforcement practices. Further conservation is needed to achieve long-term conservation goals. The City is committed to decreasing potable GPCD to 184 by 2024.