rates for the State of Nevada are drastically less than of those in California.
Because of the major market/trade shows
in Las Vegas, being located in Henderson provides business leaders the opportunity to be in a convenient location to meet with and service customers
are available for select companies to provide further "start-up" savings. (The City of Henderson's Economic Development Division representatives can help you identify if any of these programs may be available for your company.)
Henderson's easy access to McCarran International Airport
(located just 10 minutes via freeway from Henderson) gives you access to low cost air rates (because of the popularity of Las Vegas) as well as superior flight availability.
As the business hub of the Southwest (Henderson is approximately a 40-minute flight or a four-hour drive from Los Angeles. It can be reached, by air, from Phoenix, Salt Lake City and San Diego in under an hour and from San Francisco in less than two), Henderson allows access to major business markets
. Nearly 60 million people live in the states surrounding Henderson.
Businesses located in the Las Vegas valley enjoy tremendous shipping advantages
. Many trucks come in to serve the hospitality market in Las Vegas and leave empty to return to their destination. Thus, shipping out of the Henderson/Las Vegas market is affordable.
The City of Henderson's Development Services Center
is a multi-department development review team. For the convenience of our customers, we bring together employees from seven city departments into a coordinated plan review, inspection, and permit operation
. For more information on how this service can assist you and your company, visit http://www.cityofhenderson.com/development_services_center/index.php
Henderson has the lowest property tax rates
among major incorporated cities in the state of Nevada. The following are the overlapping property tax rates for incorporated Nevada cities (100,000-plus population) for the fiscal year 2010-11: Henderson ($2.9045), Las Vegas ($3.2866), North Las Vegas ($3.3629) and Reno ($3.6463). Source: Nevada Department of Taxation, Property Rates for Nevada Local Governments - Fiscal Year 2010-11. Note: Total property tax rate shown is highest rate for entity.