City of Henderson, NC

Public Notice

Posted on Thursday, April 19, 2018 in News

The Boards and Commissions Committee of the Henderson City Council will meet on Friday, April 27, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. in the large conference room at City Hall, 134 Rose Avenue. The purpose of the meeting is to consider applications for various citizen committees.  The public is welcome to attend.

2018 Recycling Schedule

Posted on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 in News

Click here to view the Recycling Schedule for 2018: Recycling schedule

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Now Available

Posted on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 in News

A small ribbon cutting was held recently for the Electric Vehicle Charging Stations that are now available in Henderson.  Two are located on Wyche Street in downtown Henderson and two are at the Operations Center on Beckford Drive.   Tell your family and friends they can recharge their vehicles while visiting during the holidays or any time throughout the year.

Crime Rate at 31-Year Low

Posted on Tuesday, November 28, 2017 in News

Henderson Police Chief Marcus Barrow announced the crime rate in Henderson is at a 31-y6ear low.  Please click here to read the full article from The Henderson DispatchRead the article

City-Wide Advisory Committee – Accepting Applications

Posted on Friday, October 20, 2017 in News

Community-Wide Advisory Committee – (1 appointment each from City Wards 1-4) – This newly formed committee serves as a primary group for facilitating citizen participation on issues which impact the community of Henderson-Vance. The Committee will develop and propose action plans through local government planning and evaluation processes regarding streamlining resources and supportive services that will address such issues that negatively affect our community.  Additionally, it will foster ideas and plans for City and County community needs.  The Committee makes recommendations to the City Council and County Commissioners regarding plans and projects relative to improving the quality of life for all City and County residents.   The Committee will meet monthly on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 2:00 p.m. at City Hall.  Based on qualifications and other criteria, final approval of committee members will be made by City Council.

Interested City residents should contact the City Clerk for an application:  Tel: 252-430-5705 or  or download the application:  Application



Henderson Water Reclamation Facility Annual Performance Report 2016-2017

Posted on Wednesday, July 26, 2017 in News

The Annual Performance Report for the Henderson Water Reclamation Facility can be viewed by clicking this link:  HWRF Annual Report 2016-17

Sanitation Customers

Posted on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 in News

In another step to keep our city clean, garbage placed in roll out containers should be wrapped or contained in bags.  This will keep loose trash from flying onto the streets.

This is your city…please help us keep it clean.

Thank you.

City Owned Properties for Sale

Posted on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 in News

Please click on the following link to view the properties currently for sale by the City.

City Owned Properties for Sale

NCDOT Pothole Web Page

Posted on Monday, July 18, 2016 in News

The NCDOT has just launched a new pothole web page on its site. It explains what causes potholes, shows the difference between a pothole and other road issues, describes how DOT crews fix potholes, and the steps taken to prevent them from happening in the first place. There is also a link to the “DOT Report” site that launched in January for citizens to report potholes and other maintenance issues on state roads. Citizens can go online or simply call the customer service number at 1-800-368-4968 to report their concern. 


Electronic Utility Documents

Posted on Monday, June 20, 2016 in News

In an effort to be environmentally friendly and to save you postage costs, we invite you to visit our eStatement website to register to receive all your utility documents electronically.

Please logon to the City of Henderson’s electronic statement site:

Enter the requested information including the Registration ID to begin receiving your statement electronically.  You will find your Registration ID on your statement.

If you have any questions, please contact the City of Henderson at 252-430-5700.

“Walk the Beat”

Posted on Monday, May 9, 2016 in News

On May 2nd, the Henderson Police Department launched a new initiative called “Walk the Beat”.  At designated times throughout the day, members of the Henderson Police Department will be out and about in the downtown area. This is in addition to our normal patrols. Officers will be joining the growing number of downtown walkers, runners, and cyclists in hopes of becoming healthier, and to invigorate the use of our attractive downtown landscape. 

If you have any questions regarding the program please feel free to contact Lt. Chris Ball @ (252)431-6069. This will be a 7 day a week event and starting at 6am-9am, 12 noon-2pm, and 5pm-7pm.  Come join us!


NEW Utility Payment Options

Posted on Friday, January 15, 2016 in News

Effective February 11, 2016, the City will offer new payment options for your utility (water/sewer/sanitation) account via automated credit card payments or electric check.

To pay your Utility Payment online click here:


Please click on this link for more details:  Point & Pay



Recycling Do’s and Don’t

Posted on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 in News

What goes into the recycling cart?  Please click on the this link – Recycling List – for a quick list of what can be recycled and what should not be recycled.


Street Light Outages

Posted on Friday, October 10, 2014 in News

For repair of malfunctioning street lights:

1. Call Duke Energy Progress at 1-800-452-2777 or visit

2. Provide the light’s location and your contact information

3.  Specific addresses, landmarks and directions work best.



Posted on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 in News

When the water level at Kerr Lake is consistently at or below 294.00, voluntary conservation conditions exist.  The current water level at at Kerr Lake is 292.35.  Please consider the following recommendations to conserve water use until further notice:

         Use dishwashers only when they are full. Washing dishes by hand (don’t let the tap run!) saves about twenty-five (25) gallons.

         Adjust water level on clothes washing machines, if possible. Use full load only, of not adjustable.

          Turn off faucets while brushing teeth, etc. saves about five (5) gallons per day.

          Reduce water used per flush by installing toilet tank displacement inserts. A plastic jug may often be used as an alternative.  DO NOT USE BRICKS—they disintegrate when soaked and the resulting grit hinders closing of the flap valve.

          Do not use the toilet as a trash can.

          Use sink and tub stoppers to avoid wasting water.

          Keep a bottle of chilled water in the refrigerator for drinking.

          Find and fix leaks in faucets and water using appliances. Faucets can usually be fixed cheaply and quickly by replacing washers.

          Learn to read your water meter so you can judge how much water you use and what difference conservation makes.

          Take shorter showers and shallow baths — saves about twenty-five (25) gallons.

          Reduce the number of toilet flushes per day. Each flush uses about five (5) gallons (two to three gallons, if you have water saving toilets).

          Don’t use a garbage disposal.

          Use non-phosphate detergent and save laundry water for lawns and plants.


Posted on Monday, September 19, 2011 in News

The City of Henderson plans to sell surplus items on To view available items, logon to
. Click on “Advanced Search” and select “Henderson, NC” from the Seller Name Drop Down List. If Henderson, NC is not listed, then the City does not currently have surplus for sale.

To Register as a GovDeals Bidder: Logon to Select “New Members Register Free.” Register as a bidder. Registrants are manually verified, which may take 1-2 business day. To expedite your registration, call the Verification Desk at 1-800-613-0156, choose selection 1. Once you receive your temporary password from GovDeals and successfully log in you are then a registered GovDeals bidder.

2011 Ward Redistricting Maps

Posted on Monday, September 19, 2011 in News

City of Henderson has posted the proposed ward changes in regards to 2011 redistricting.

You may download the maps below for:

Existing Wards Parcels

Proposed Wards Parcels

Changes In Wards

If you have comments regarding these maps please fill out comment for located at the City Hall Reception Desk Monday – Friday 8:30 am -5:00 pm

What should you do if you see a sewage spill?

Posted on Monday, September 19, 2011 in News

Make sure that people are kept away from the area of the overflow, typically a manhole cover.

This is especially important for children and pets that may play near the overflow area.
For example the street, public park, or local stream.

If liquid is coming out of a manhole cover with “Sanitary Sewer” on it, it is probably sewage.

Note: That sewage is NOT Brown or yellowish in color but can actually vary from a dark black to a dirty gray dishwater color.

Take notice of and report any sewer manhole covers that you see lifting up and spilling sewage, especially during heavy rain.

Report the sewer overflow immediately to the City of Henderson Collection Division at the numbers below and utility crew will be dispatched to investigate the problem.

Please leave your name, phone numbers and the location of the potential spill.

If no answer dial
252-431-0419 or 252-431-6115
8:00 A.M. – 5:00P.M.