North Las Vegas, Nevada Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The most recent data available for North Las Vegas City can be found in the United States Census Bureau's 2020 American Community Survey. The Bureau updates its demographic data every year as new data is released. This data is not guaranteed to be accurate or complete. You should not rely on it as the source for local data. In addition, demographic data is not always reliable and might change without prior notice. We recommend obtaining a copy of the most recent data from the Census Bureau.

The population of North Las Vegas City has grown considerably faster than that of Las Vegas. It grew from 18,422 in 1960 to 36,216 in 1970. From 1990 to 2000, the city's population increased by 142.1%. The city is now the eighth largest city in Nevada and ranks 84th in the nation. Moreover, the city is home to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, which hosts numerous events throughout the year.

The history of the city's growth is not as well documented, but the population of North Las Vegas was largely European. It was originally inhabited by the Las Vegas Colony of Indians. However, in 1919, Thomas L. William settled in the area and began building the infrastructure. Eventually, he encouraged the Christian Church to rule the town and force the natives out. Today, the area is home to about 100,000 people, with a large Jewish community.