Job growth is often used as a measure of economic expansion and health. The city's job growth consistently exceeds local competitors. Future job growth in Henderson is predicted to be 42.1%, higher than the US average of 33.5%. Note: Most current US Census data is 2018.
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
The city began the process of accepting limited electronic plans in 2018 and expanded the scope of permit types in 2019. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city quickly implemented 100 percent on-line plans submittal and review to ensure continuity of business operations for the development community.
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.
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.