City of North Las Vegas

Established

1946

Population

249,180

Square Miles

102

Average Elevation

1,950

The City for North Las Vegas is a full-service municipality, providing recreational amenities, police and fire protection, business and development assistance, and water and wastewater services. The City, which was incorporated in 1946, encompasses 102 square miles within Clark County in Southern Nevada. The City operates under a council-manager form of government, with a Mayor and four City Council members. The Mayor is elected at large; Council members are elected by wards. The City has one municipal judge who is elected at large. The City of North Las Vegas stretches across the northern rim of the Las Vegas Valley and is home to nearly 250,000 residents.

Quick Facts


Mission: To encourage growth throughout North Las Vegas by strengthening the City’s competitive position and by facilitating investments that build capacity, create jobs, generate economic opportunity, and improve quality of life.

Employees: 1,300

Business Development: The City of North Las Vegas has several priority areas in development, including Apex Industrial Park, Speedway Industrial Park and the area around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, downtown North Las Vegas, the Craig Road commercial corridor, the Deer Springs district, and the Medical Job Creation Zone adjacent to the VA Hospital.

Websitecityofnorthlasvegas.com

City Leadership


John J. Lee, Mayor

Isaac E. Barron, City Council

Pamela A. Goynes-Brown, City Council

Scott Black, City Council

Richard J. Cherchio, City Council

Ryann Juden, Acting City Manager

Resident Profile

$51.2

Average Income

112,650

Workforce

xx

Average Age

61.8%

Public School Graduation Rate

The City of North Las Vegas is proud of its longstanding tradition of maintaining a business-friendly atmosphere. North Las Vegas is taking care of business, paving the way to become a premier site for green sustainable industries, manufacturing, e-commerce and distribution centers, retail, and high-tech businesses. The City also fosters a positive environment for new small businesses and entrepreneurial endeavors. North Las Vegas has a wealth of resources for existing and prospective businesses, including strong community partnerships with agencies such as the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance.

North Las Vegas also enjoys close proximity to major transportation corridors, railways, and two airports. This gives North Las Vegas businesses easy access to large and growing markets across the Western United States, including California, Arizona, and Utah.

The City of North Las Vegas’ Economic and Business Development Division is focused on creating a sustainable community that promotes a high standard of living and the long-term economic health of our City by developing human capital, critical infrastructure, regional competitiveness, and business growth through expansion, attracting industries for manufacturing and distribution. Priority areas include:

  • Downtown redevelopment area
  • Craig Road commercial corridor
  • Deer Springs district
  • Medical Job Creation Zone, a 150-acre medical and research campus adjacent to the VA Hospital
  • Infill development
  • Speedway Industrial Park, including related infrastructure projects: Northeast Interceptor sewer line, Tropical Parkway Connector, I-15/CC215 North Beltway system interchange
  • Apex Industrial Park, including related infrastructure projects: 750,000-gallon elevated water tank, $58 million I-15/U.S.93 Garnet Interchange, U.S. 93 capacity improvements

Companies that call North Las Vegas Home