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Welcome to the
Henderson 215 Project
Virtual Public Meeting

January 17 – February 15, 2024


The Henderson 215 virtual public meeting ended on February 15, 2024.

You can still reach the project team at

Technical Reports

As part of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review process, the City of Henderson prepared environmental studies to document any potential impacts the project may have. The following resources were evaluated: air quality, biology, environmental justice, socioeconomics, hazardous materials, and noise. Other documents prepared include the purpose and need for the project and resources not impacted. Based on the findings, it was determined a Categorical Exclusion (CE) would be used to document NEPA compliance for the Henderson 215 Project. A CE is appropriate when a project does not involve significant environmental impacts.

The Interstate system is under the jurisdiction of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) providing a federal nexus to prepare an environmental document to comply with NEPA.

Click below to review each report:

Purpose and Need

Details the project’s purpose and need.

Air Quality

Potential impacts to air quality and measures to mitigate impacts.

Project-Level Conformity Assessment

Air quality conformity at a project-level.

Areas of No Impact

Resources that are not in the study area or would not be affected by the project.


Potential impacts to biological resources and measures to mitigate impacts.

Environmental Justice

Potential impacts to environmental justice communities.


Potential impacts to social and economic resources.


Potential hazardous material impacts identified during the Preliminary Phase 1 Hazardous Material Assessment.


Potential impacts to traffic noise and proposed mitigation.


Assessment of current and future traffic conditions.

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