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Weekly Farmer's Market at the District Planned for Thursdays

The weekly farmer's market at the District at Green Valley Ranch returns Thursday. The first market was held last week.

The market will be from 4 to 8 p.m. until June 26 on Main Street. It will feature products and produce from Nevada farmers and businesses, including flowers, herbs, eggs and honey.  

There will also be live music and restaurant samples.

It will be closed through the summer, but will resume in late August through December. 

For more information on the market, go to shopthedistrictgvr.com.

City of Henderson Looking for Unlicensed Business Ahead of Holidays

City of Henderson Looking for Unlicensed Business Ahead of Holidays

The city of Henderson is stepping up enforcement of business licenses local shopping areas ahead of the holidays.

The city's business license officers routinely check shopping malls, retail strip malls and parking lots for unlicensed businesses and people selling fraudulent items.

“Our Business License Division’s presence out in the community plays an essential role in not only ensuring all businesses are in compliance with the law, but also in affording our residents a sense of security that they are doing business with a legitimate company,” said Mayor Andy Hafen. “It protects our residents and our properly licensed businesses.”

The city also warns that there is usually a spike in the number of door-to-door solicitation during the holidays and the winter months.

Anyone conducting business within the city of Henderson is required to have a business license. People can search for valid business licenses at cityofhenderson.com. 

Holiday Hours and Closures for Memorial Day

Holiday Hours and Closures for Memorial Day

 

Hours will vary throughout Henderson’s municipal and recreational facilities on Memorial Day.

Henderson City Hall, Henderson Convention Center and Henderson Municipal Court will be closed. Police, fire and emergency services will work regular schedules.

Holiday hours and closures of recreation facilities are as follows:

  • Black Mountain Recreation Center, 5 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve, 6 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Henderson Multigenerational Center, 5 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Heritage Park Senior Facility, 5 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Sports Office, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Recreation facilities closed on May 27

  • Downtown Recreation Center
  • Downtown Senior Center
  • Silver Springs Recreation Center
  • Valley View Recreation Center
  • Whitney Ranch Recreation Center

Pool hours on May 27

Open 5 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Makeover Time for Galleria at Sunset Mall

Makeover Time for Galleria at Sunset Mall

 

Long overdue for a facelift, the Galleria at Sunset will soon receive a $7 million renovation beginning this month.

The makeover will be the mall’s first since it opened in 1996. Construction is slated for completion in the fall.

Boutique Talulah will join H&M as new tenants. H&M will be two levels, approximately 20,000 square feet and located in the heart of the shopping center. Bath & Body Works and Express stores will relocate to new locations and will open this fall.

The renovation will improve the food court, center court, guest services center and the restrooms. There will also be additional amenities added, a family restroom, equipped with private nursing rooms and a family waiting area.

Additional added benefits will include renovated common areas with new seating, package carry assistance, free Wi-Fi, stroller rental, and a new ride for kids.

Henderson City Hours for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Henderson City Hours for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

 

Henderson City Hall and Municipal Court will be closed Monday, January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

All online payment services will be available. Residents may also report problems or share a comment any day or hour using Contact Henderson, available at cityofhenderson.com.

Holiday hours and closures of recreation and other city of Henderson facilities are as follows:

Open 5 a.m. - 6 p.m.

  • Black Mountain Recreation Center
  • Henderson Multigenerational Center
  • Henderson Multigenerational Competition Pool
  • Henderson Multigenerational Indoor Pool
  • Heritage Park Aquatic Complex
  • Heritage Park Senior Facility
  • Whitney Ranch Aquatic Complex

Open 7 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Henderson Police Step Up Patrols Around Busy Shopping Centers

Henderson Police Step Up Patrols Around Busy Shopping Centers

Henderson Police will be stepping up efforts to protect shoppers during the busy holiday shopping season.

Starting Friday, the department will increase patrols in areas where people will be shopping. Officers will be in uniform looking out for citizens and in plain clothes looking for thieves who prey on busy shoppers.

“Every year someone becomes the victim of a criminal stealing newly purchased presents,” Henderson Police Chief Patrick Moers said. “This year we will have more Henderson Police officers around the areas where people are shopping.”

Officers are reminding people to do their part to protect themselves and their property.

Here are some tips to protect yourself while holiday shopping:

Surplus Auction Offers Cars, Trucks from Government Agencies

Surplus Auction Offers Cars, Trucks from Government Agencies

Got your eye on a used car or truck? You might want to check out a county auction this weekend.

Clark County and several public agencies will hold a spring government surplus auction at 9 a.m. Saturday at a county storage lot at 4320 Stephanie St., off Flamingo Road near Dog Fancier’s Park.

The auctions are held three times each year and feature items used by government agencies ranging from cars and trucks to office equipment and computers. Anyone interested in bidding on items at the auction is urged to pre-register during a preview period three days prior to the sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday through Friday. Prospective bidders can view items to be sold at the auction during the preview. Preview and pre-registration activities are held in the location on Stephanie Street as the auction.

“These auctions usually attract large crowds, and they start promptly,” said David Johnson, manager of the County’s Automotive Division.