Nevada

Top Cities

These are the major cities in Nevada based on such criteria as the number of registered companies, business participants, and issued permits.

Top Names

The most popular names in Nevada

Jose Hernandez — 163 persons
Maria Lopez — 160 persons
Jose Martinez — 160 persons
Jose Gonzalez — 159 persons
Maria Garcia — 154 persons
Maria Hernandez — 150 persons
Michael Smith — 148 persons
Maria Martinez — 140 persons
Jose Garcia — 128 persons
Robert Smith — 127 persons
Maria Rodriguez — 125 persons
David Smith — 122 persons
Jose Rodriguez — 122 persons
Jose Lopez — 121 persons
James Johnson — 121 persons
Nancy Smith — 121 persons
Juan Lopez — 121 persons
Maria Gonzalez — 120 persons
Mary Johnson — 115 persons
Steven Smith — 113 persons
James Smith — 111 persons
Robert Johnson — 108 persons
Mark Johnson — 107 persons
Sharon Johnson — 107 persons
Maria Gomez — 107 persons
Robert Thomas — 103 persons
Patricia Smith — 102 persons
Susan Miller — 101 persons
Jose Perez — 100 persons
Mary Thompson — 99 persons
Michael Johnson — 98 persons
Maria Perez — 98 persons
Juan Ramirez — 97 persons
William Jones — 97 persons
Maria Medina — 97 persons
Linda Smith — 96 persons
Francisco Hernandez — 96 persons
Maria Rios — 95 persons
Manuel Garcia — 95 persons
Robert Thompson — 94 persons
Donald Smith — 94 persons
Maria Gutierrez — 94 persons
David Johnson — 94 persons
Juan Martinez — 93 persons
David Anderson — 93 persons
Maria Diaz — 92 persons
David Hernandez — 91 persons
Judith Smith — 91 persons
Jose Diaz — 90 persons
Jorge Garcia — 89 persons

Population

2.799M
Population
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The population of Nevada is estimated to be 2.799 million people (2016).
Since 2010, it has increased by 98,085 people (approximately 3.6%). Neighboring states have the following population: currently, 2.903 million people live in Utah (5% population growth since 2010), 1.617 million live in Idaho (3.1 % growth compared with the data for 2010).

Race and Ethnicity

Median Household Income

$51,847
Median Household Income
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The median household income in Nevada is $51,847 (2016).
Since 2010, it has decreased by $2,236 (4.1%). The highest median household incomes are in the following cities of Nevada: Genoa ($153,580), Crystal Bay ($146,862), and Crescent Valley ($93,250). These are the median household incomes in the neighboring states: $60,727 in Utah and $47,583 in Idaho.

Median Property Value

$173,700
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The median property value in Nevada is $173,700 (2016).
These are the cities in Nevada with the highest median property values: Glenbrook ($1,413,500), Zephyr Cove-Round Hill Village ($780,900), Zephyr Cove ($733,200), Incline Village ($712,500), and Genoa ($646,200). Median home prices in nearby states include $215,900 in Utah, and $173,700 in Idaho.

Poverty Rate

11.4%
Poverty Rate
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A poverty rate shows the percentage of the poor among the entire population.
For the state of Nevada, the estimated poverty rate is 11.39% (based on the data for 2016). Since 2010, this figure has increased by 0.83 percentage points. The official poverty rate in the U.S. is 12.7 percent (according to the U.S. Census Bureau for 2016). Thus, we see that Nevada is below the national level based on this measure (for this indicator, lower is better). Neighboring Nevada states have the following poverty level: the poverty rate in California is 12.18%, in Idaho—10.88%.

Median Gross Rent

$973
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In 2016, the median gross rent in Nevada was estimated at $973 per month.
The following cities top the list of places with the highest median gross rent in Nevada: Zephyr Cove-Round Hill Village ($1,646/mo), Virginia City ($1,623/mo), Spanish Springs ($1,450/mo), Incline Village ($1,377/mo), and Spring Creek ($1,329/mo). For comparison purposes, we present data on median gross rent in neighboring states: in California renters pay $1,255/mo, in Utah—$973/mo.

Rent Burden

30.1%
Rent Burden
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The estimated rent burden in Nevada is 30.1% (based on Census records for 2016).
It is considered that if a household spends no more than 30 percent of its income on rent, utilities, and other building costs, such housing is affordable. Rental housing in Alabama is becoming more affordable. In 2010, the rent burden was higher and estimated at 31.0%. Compare the housing affordability in Nevada and neighboring states: in California, the rent burden is 33.7%, in Idaho — 29.4%.

Share of Renter-Occupied Housing

44.9%
Share of Renter-Occupied Housing
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The share of renter-occupied housing units in Nevada is 44.94%.
This figure has slightly increased compared to 2010, when 41.22% of houses and apartments were rented out. The following cities in Nevada have the highest share of renter-occupied units: Stateline (87.36%), Fallon (62.81%), and Laughlin (59.10%). Here's what rental market looks like in the nearby states: in California 45.67% of housing units are occupied by renters or tenants, in Idaho—31.13%.

Renter Occupied Households

394,807
Renter Occupied Households
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Experts estimate the number of renter occupied households in Nevada at 394,807 units (based on Census and ESRI data for 2016).
In 2015, there were 385,910 of such households. Cities in Nevada with the largest number of renter occupied households are the following: Las Vegas (105,176), Henderson (41,061), Spring Valley (40,562), North Las Vegas (29,579), and Carson City (9,529). Here's what rental housing looks like in nearby states: there are 4,947,085 renter occupied households in California and 4,947,085 households in Utah.

Evictions

13,478
Evictions
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The total number of eviction judgments in Nevada is 13,478 (2016).
In 2015, there were 17,148 evictions. Thus, we observe a decrease of 21.4%. In the neighboring states, the picture is as follows: 41,178 evictions were conducted in California, 2,787 evictions were conducted in Utah.

Eviction Filings

24,319
Eviction Filings
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There were 24,319 eviction cases filed in Nevada in 2016.
There were 32,736 of such cases in 2015 (decline of 8417 filings, or 25.7% down). Nearby states recorded the following stats: 47,079 cases were registered in California, 6,590 in Utah (data for 2016).

Major Cities (population)

The Nevada major cities are presented below statically. The majority of the state residents live in these cities. Furthermore, these cities issued the largest number of permits and registered the largest number of businesses.

Las Vegas (605,097)
Henderson (271,725)
Reno (234,161)
North Las Vegas (226,860)
Sparks (93,437)
Carson City (54,482)
Pahrump (34,902)
Fallon (8,442)
Gardnerville (5,636)
Fernley (19,185)
Elko (19,709)
Sun Valley (19,663)
Mesquite (16,533)
Boulder City (15,266)
Dayton (9,163)
Spring Creek (13,564)
Minden (3,180)
Winnemucca (7,810)
Yerington (3,021)
Laughlin (7,622)
Ely (4,206)
Smith Valley (1,182)
Stagecoach (1,668)
Moapa Valley (7,099)
Stateline (1,160)
Carlin (2,299)
Sandy Valley (1,385)
Wells (1,288)
Verdi (1,525)
Glenbrook (123)
Lovelock (2,306)
Genoa (1,087)
Bunkerville (1,374)
Hawthorne (3,095)
Wadsworth (900)
Gerlach (194)
Eureka (487)
Tonopah (2,360)
Caliente (1,029)
Jackpot (1,579)
Panaca (1,257)
Pioche (911)
Lund (217)
Beatty (1,051)
Lamoille (340)
Ruth (391)
Alamo (1,095)
Kingsbury (1,970)
Austin (93)
Nixon (308)
Goldfield (443)
Spring Valley (186,632)
Golconda (211)
Gabbs (126)

Recent Permits

Below is a list of recent permits issued in the state of Nevada that we were able to get information about. The date refers to the date when we received this information. The date of the permit itself may be different

Oct 22, 2020

  • Permit 2020-158175 BP Building Permit — New 2story SFR with 5 bedrooms 7 bathrooms attached garage 4car carport playroom 2 rear terraces entry garden upper guest terrace and elevator, created for 101 Canyon Cir, Austin

All Cities

This is a general list of cities in Nevada. It contains big cities and small towns sorted alphabetically. Select a city to view information about its population, economics, and businesses.

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City Population Contact info for Businesses Business Associates License Holders UCC Filings Registered Parcel Owners
1 Las Vegas 605,097 989,281 18,249 7,740 7,126 70,489 2,084
2 Henderson 271,725 227,971 3,786 1,794 1,924 11,022 659
3 Reno 234,161 214,917 4,954 2,239 2,399 18,724 331
4 North Las Vegas 226,860 128,398 701 374 793 5,218 171
5 Spring Valley 186,632 27 1 1 2
6 Sparks 93,437 88,937 642 377 781 6,233 50
7 Carson City 54,482 49,679 2,180 653 620 5,531 60
8 Pahrump 34,902 27,571 55 42 290 793 29
9 Elko 19,709 15,222 84 33 143 2,759 7
10 Sun Valley 19,663 15,548 14 9 82 624 2
11 Fernley 19,185 13,103 71 35 128 752 6
12 Mesquite 16,533 8,646 347 105 110 745 9
13 Spanish Springs 15,789 1 10
14 Boulder City 15,266 17,755 134 105 178 1,077 18
15 Spring Creek 13,564 9,562 15 14 92 1,378 4
16 Dayton 9,163 11,018 31 32 110 528 7
17 Incline Village 8,734 8,824 604 310 141 981 42
18 Fallon 8,442 22,349 46 32 228 2,249 15
19 Winnemucca 7,810 4,171 13 5 46 623
20 Laughlin 7,622 7,827 20 33 51 271 2
21 Moapa Valley 7,099 205 1 3 93
22 Gardnerville 5,636 18,873 177 143 240 1,021 17
23 Silver Springs 5,351 3,595 11 10 53 226
24 West Wendover 4,422 5 6 12
25 Ely 4,206 1,378 3 17 154
26 Battle Mountain 3,276 1,340 1 2 14 203
27 Minden 3,180 10,711 225 130 231 877 8
28 Hawthorne 3,095 19 11
29 Yerington 3,021 5,246 19 10 52 518
30 Tonopah 2,360 10 4
31 Lovelock 2,306 111 3 33
32 Carlin 2,299 427 1 5 73
33 Kingsbury 1,970 1 2
34 Stagecoach 1,668 434 5 6 19 78 1
35 Jackpot 1,579 50 6
36 Verdi 1,525 181 16 6 9 37
37 Sandy Valley 1,385 126 3 2 4 36
38 Bunkerville 1,374 12 1 12
39 Wells 1,288 245 1 2 52
40 Panaca 1,257 3 1
41 Smith Valley 1,182 926 6 6 18 173
42 Stateline 1,160 350 208 28 22 143 4
43 Zephyr Cove-Round Hill Village 1,107 79 8 3 5 62
44 Alamo 1,095 1
45 Genoa 1,087 83 4 8 5 25
46 Beatty 1,051 2
47 Indian Springs 1,050 49 2 14
48 Caliente 1,029 12 2 5
49 Pioche 911 6
50 Wadsworth 900 40 10
51 Virginia City 717 9 8 21
52 Eureka 487 47 1 10
53 Zephyr Cove 463 27 3 4
54 Goldfield 443
55 Searchlight 416 17 6
56 Ruth 391
57 Mount Charleston 373 160 7
58 Walker Lake 355 25 1 1
59 Crescent Valley 346 53 5
60 Blue Diamond 344 15 1 5
61 Lamoille 340 1 4
62 Nixon 308 1
63 Crystal Bay 239 18 2 4 7
64 Silver City 222 5 1 2
65 Lund 217 4
66 Golconda 211
67 Gerlach 194 29 1 2 1
68 Paradise Valley 158
69 Cal-Nev-Ari 137 1
70 Gabbs 126 1
71 Glenbrook 123 150 18 20 5 12
72 Goodsprings 101 1
73 Austin 93 1
74 New Washoe City 570 14 16 16 103 3
75 Amargosa Valley 78 4 3
76 Moapa 1 4
77 Duckwater 6 3
78 Palm Gardens 26 5 1 1
79 Wendover
80 Jarbidge 2 1
81 Corn Creek
82 Jean 80 1 1 12
83 Round Mountain 12 4
84 Mountain Springs 2
85 VC Highlands
86 Ruby Valley 1
87 McDermitt
88 Smith 1
89 Sloan 10 1
90 McCarran 2 3 1 5 29
91 Nellis Air Force Base 8 3
92 Lockwood 2
93 Wellington 1,678 3 6 25 82
94 Mountain City 1
95 Mound House 573 30 12 10 298
96 Cold Creek 3
City Population Contact info for Businesses Business Associates License Holders UCC Filings Registered Parcel Owners
Last updated on October 22, 2020 at 10:40 AM (PST)

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