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

Interested in learning more about the population and steets of Mesquite City, Texas? Use our detailed demographics to learn more about Mesquite City's demographics. This map displays the racial composition of the city. Areas that are darker indicate a greater racial majority. A green dot indicates a high diversity index, while a red dot represents low diversity.

Despite the lack of new subdivisions, Mesquite is undergoing a revitalization plan. As of July 2018, homes in Mesquite are staying on the market for an average of 14 days. New developments such as a distribution center and expansion plans are slated to bring new jobs to the city. And, as the population continues to grow, more jobs are expected to come to Mesquite.

The city is located in Clark County, and is adjacent to the state line with Arizona. It is located in the Virgin River valley and the southern mouth of the Virgin River Gorge. Interstate 15 passes through the city, linking the city to downtown Las Vegas and St. George. Moreover, Nevada State Route 170 travels south from Mesquite, crossing the Virgin River, and looping back to the western city limits.

The average price of a home in Mesquite is $112,400, making it comparatively affordable for a large majority of Texans. The median price of a home is 15.4% lower than the Texas average, and it is not unusual to find a property for under a hundred dollars. Mesquite's affordable apartments and real estate are also priced below the average, and the median rent is $1,018.