Public Hearing Notices

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The Nevada Revised Statutes and the Henderson Development Code require that public hearing notices be sent out for Comprehensive Plan Amendments, Street Name Changes, Zone Changes, Use Permits, Variances, Vacations, and Waiver of Standards.

Public hearing notices are sent to make citizens aware of a proposed application in their neighborhood and the opportunity to voice their opinions. The public hearing notices are a yellow postcard that includes the following:

  • Application number(s)
  • Applicant name
  • Description
  • Location map
  • Date, time, and location of the public hearing
  • City of Henderson contact name

The card can be marked with an opinion and returned to Community Development via email, mail, or fax. Physically attending a public hearing is the most effective way to voice your support or opposition; however, attendance is not required.

A sign is posted on the subject property at least 10 days prior to the meeting. Notices of public hearings for Comprehensive Plan Amendments, Street Name Changes, Zone Changes, and Vacations are also published in the Las Vegas Review Journal at least 10 days prior to the Planning Commission meeting.

Submit Comments Online

In addition, if you are unable to attend the Planning Commission meeting, please use the link below to provide your support/opposition for the Planning Commission item or email Comments submitted after 5:30pm the day before the meeting, must be presented in person at the meeting to be considered by the Planning Commission and included as part of the record.

Support/Oppose the Planning Commission Item


If you have any questions regarding these applications, a staff contact person is also designated on the public hearing notice. The contact person may be reached at 702-267-1500.