The City's commitment to mitigating environmental risk is demonstrated by its efforts to increase project implementation of the certified environmental management system using the ISO-14001 standard by 15% per fiscal year and attain the standard by FY23.
Accounting of the CARES CRF use allocations that is updated monthly for general operations review.* This provision of the CARES act expired December 2020. Consequently, no data update will be made beyond that time.
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 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.
Median household income is an important risk measure used by lenders for underwriting loans and is a useful economic indicator of an area's standard of living. The city's median household income is higher than all local comparisons. This may be due to the city's high quality of life and efforts to diversify the economy (attracting businesses from new, high-paying industries such as technology and manufacturing). The city is attractive for business relocation and retention due to its central location between five major markets and access to key transportation networks. With recent business additions of Google Data Center, Haas Automation, Life- guard Arena, Water Street Plaza, and the Raiders Headquarters and Practice Facility, the city is establishing itself as an employment center and business hub. Data is segmented by ward and zip code (AOS).
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
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.