Southern Nevada Cities
Where To Live in Southern Nevada
Southern Nevada cities ranging in size from 2 million people in the Las Vegas Valley to a zero population city in Jean are all included on our site. We’ve focused mainly on larger cities and ones that will be Las Vegas expansion locations, mainly along the I-15 corridor.
Southern Nevada cities include some great medium sized cities and towns and may be worth exploring. If there’s a city you’re possibly interested in, let us know as we can do land and/or home searches and sell property anywhere in Clark County.
When looking at Las Vegas Valley Maps, there are Townships shown (Spring Valley, Enterprise, Winchester, Sunrise, Paradise, and East Las Vegas) that are only called those in the voter and property tax records- and some maps. People do refer to Spring Valley and Sunrise Mountain to describe an area but rarely Enterprise, Winchester, Paradise, or East Las Vegas. We have included these townships in our Las Vegas home search. You’ll find REVISE SEARCH and SORT buttons on top-right of all searches filters and narrows down choices to what you want.
Towns and Cities In Southern Nevada
Southern Nevada cities are diverse, and climates change dramatically. We sell homes in every one of these locations. Vacant land in these areas is hard to search for. If you’re looking for land, call us and let us do a search for you.
Whether you’re looking for a luxury home with a view in the city or a ranch-style house in the middle of no-where, put us on your team. We are Realtors that will work with you wherever you want to live so you don’t need 5 Realtors to see 5 Southern Nevada cities. We meet clients anywhere on the map to the right. Give us a call for a consultation appointment today- 702-750-7599.
Below is my impression of each small city that contains a Clark County Library Branch in Southern Nevada. The links in the box below will give factual information and pictures.
Las Vegas – Home to over 1 million people- 2 million combining with Henderson and North Las Vegas’ populations. Great lifestyle choices, and there’s always something to do in Vegas! One street in the valley pays the entire state’s state tax with about 250,000 tourists a day at the hotels. Thank you to the tourists! Las Vegas is a fun and friendly place to live especially if you want variety.
Home to the Las Vegas Raiders. One of the safest cities in America. The second-largest city in Nevada. Very pretty, slightly hotter. Home to Lake Mead National Recreational Area too!
North Las Vegas-
3rd Largest city in Nevada and is a “fastest-growing city in the country. “Businesses are setting up headquarters and taking advantage of less expensive freight from trucking firms after they deliver to casinos.
Building it’s first new home tract in over 25 years due to a building moratorium. Quaint downtown on the side of Lake Mead. A city with zero gambling.
Many people commute into Las Vegas from their pine tree homes. Cooler in the summers and snow in the winter. No grocery store.
Enjoy country living with stores and a hospital. Pahrump is about an hour from Las Vegas and an hour from the Nevada Test Site and Indian Springs. New homes and custom homes on large lots. Many modular homes and many really nice ones.
A state prison and the Nevada Test Site fuel Indian Springs. A new home builder started building homes, and Bob’s Big Boy opened a restaurant in 2020. Previously, there were many modular homes and not much else.
About 10 minutes from the south part of Las Vegas. Not much there except businesses and cement companies; however, in 10 years, it’ll be built.
Jean and Goodsprings-
Both Jean and Goodsprings share the freeway exit from I-15. Jean has a prison and is a truck stop area with a hotel- (the casino is currently closed) south of Las Vegas on I-15 – the road to California. There are no homes in Jean, but they’ll come.
Goodsprings is an old mining town. The homes are an eclectic mix combined with old relics. Modular homes are popular. There are places to live and a school but not much else.
I like Sandy Valley. It’s about 40 minutes to the south end of Las Vegas. It’s also only 20 minutes to Primm for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Most homes are on 1 acre plus parcels and many have orchards. Housing is mainly modular homes but there are some hidden jewels- even homes with airplane runways. A small store, a senior center, and restaurants. I like it a lot because of the weather. No snow and 15 degrees cooler than Las Vegas in the summer… hmmm…
Logandale and Overton and Moapa Area-
There’s a store. There are small businesses, schools, and churches. With a couple of rivers, Lake Mead, and beautiful red rocks, it’s secluded but close to the city. It’s also hot during the summer. Houses and modular homes and Overton is Home to the Clark County Fairgrounds.
On the Nevada, Arizona, and Utah Borders. Hotels and Casinos, stores, and timeshares are big business. There’s a Wal-Mart and Movie Theatres. It’s a little big town with many golf courses and Sun City Mesquite. We consider Mesquite to be a nice small town especially since they have a hospital and are 14 miles from St. George. Mesquite is another place that will possiblyy continue Nevada’s growth in the future. It’s about an hour from Las Vegas and is a great weekend getaway.
located along Lake Mojave. Searchlight is a summer recreation town with trucking and tourist businesses. As a full-time mining town, there are quite a few residents. Housing consists of about 50% regular homes and the rest modular homes. Considered to be a great RV stop, businesses for tourists are prevalent too.
A desert oasis on the Colorado River with hotels and casinos. With only one grocery store and an outlet-mall, most shopping is across the river in Bullhead Arizona. Laughlin gets hot.
Link to Southern Nevada Cities in the box below. Call us if you’d like more information about an area or would like to see homes. let us know if there’s anything we can do to make your move easier.
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This website and information are made available for you to explore by Kurt Grosse with Realty One Group. Kurt is a Las Vegas Top-Producing Realtor since 1996 and a Retired Building Engineer (P.E., C.E.). His goal with his buyers and sellers is to use his skills and knowledge to protect them in this ever-changing Las Vegas Real Estate Market. With how quickly homes are built in Southern Nevada, his skills are invaluable.