Fernley, Nevada Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

This article will provide you with a snapshot of the population and steets in Fernley City, Nevada. The demographic data are based on the 2019 American Community Survey. The Census Bureau updates these data each year. While they are considered to be reliable, they are not guaranteed to be 100% accurate. You should verify these data before you use them. Population and steets data are not comparable to other areas of Nevada.

Fernley is bounded by alfalfa fields on two sides. Local dairies closed in 1982. But the early 1980s saw business take hold and the first Industrial Park was built. The town is situated at the confluence of four major highways and the Union Pacific Railroad. After the 1980s, Fortune 500 companies started to look at Fernley, and a second industrial park has since been constructed. Today, several Fortune 500 companies have facilities in Fernley.

The population of Fernley, Nevada is estimated at 6,357. The city is located at the intersection of Interstate 80 and U.S. Route 50 Alternate. Fernley originally spanned the Lyon/Washoe County line, but the city now sits entirely within the county of Lyon. The city is 5.22% water. In comparison to other cities in Nevada, Fernley's population is Middle Class.

Population and steets in Fernley, NV are growing. The median age of its residents is 34.8, significantly younger than the U.S. average. Most of the population is comprised of families. The city's largest employer is transport, storage, and distribution. Fernley is positioned to become the distribution epicenter for the state. As freight continues to grow, the city will continue to gain significance.