The City of Henderson, the second largest city in the state of Nevada, forms the southern edge for one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Just minutes from the glitter of the Las Vegas Strip, Henderson offers the ultimate in resort destinations for both business and pleasure.
Over 247,000 people live in 25 master- planned communities that provide an outstanding quality of life. Housing is available in all types and price ranges.
There are numerous opportunities for higher education in the area. The University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV) offers about 180 associate's, bachelor's, and doctoral degrees. The Community College of Southern Nevada offers associate's degrees as well as several continuing education programs.
Clark Country Parks and community services offer numerous programs for Henderson residents such as sports leagues, classes, and special events. Some of the popular activities include fishing, hiking, horseback riding, swimming and several excellent quality golf courses.
Horsemans Park is another point of attraction in Henderson Nevada. The park features two lighted arenas and hosts a wide array of equestrian events.
The Henderson Senior Center offers activities, classes and outings for older members of our community. Retirees are moving to the area as they discover the local benefits.
Beauty is all around with The Black Mountain above Henderson one of the more prominent views of those in the Mccullough Range. It's peak is the site of much of the radio and television transmission towers for the Las Vegas metropolitan area.
Henderson enjoys mild winters with warm, dry summers. Known for having small town values with big city efficiencies, Henderson is often referred to as the 'Other Side of Southern Nevada'. It is a place to call home.