Pardee Homes Celebrates 65 years in Southern Nevada
From left: Robert Herr, Director, City of Henderson Public Works, Parks and Recreation; City of Henderson Mayor Debra March; Klif Andrews, Nevada Division President, Pardee
Pardee Homes is proud to be celebrating 65 years of building homes for families in the Las Vegas Valley. In honor of this 65-year milestone, Pardee Homes is donating 65 trees to the City of Henderson Public Works, Parks & Recreation Division. Since Earth Day, dozens of Pardee’s “anniversary” trees have found a home in parks in the master-planned community of Inspirada in Henderson, including 16 trees planted earlier this month in Aventura Park. We are excited to announce that the final tree will be planted on Arbor Day in 2018.
Pardee Homes is honored that Henderson Mayor Debra March proclaimed November 15 as Pardee Homes Day in Henderson. “The support of companies such as Pardee Homes enables the city to build and enhance its parks to keep up with new residential growth,” said March. “Our residents tell us constantly that parks are important and through our developer agreements and the support of homebuilders, we are able to deliver quality parks and amenities that residents use and enjoy.”
Pardee Homes would like to thank the many Pardee team members who work hard every day and, most of all, the families that have allowed us to continue building in the Southern Nevada area for so many years. These trees are meant to commemorate and honor the community that has so graciously accepted us.
If you’d like to learn more about our community efforts in the Las Vegas Valley and beyond, reach out to a New Home Specialist.