Ruby Valley, Nevada Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Ruby Valley is comprised of a mix of people, ranging from white and Hispanic to black and white. There are also several important demographic factors to consider, including home ownership and median income. The demographics in Ruby Valley are helpful for evaluating your target audience. The following table shows the population, income, and racial breakdown of the city. Depending on the source, you can also view diversity scores and race composition in the area.

There are several cultural and historic attractions in Ruby Valley. The Western Folklife Center is located at 501 Railroad Street, and the Cowboy Poetry Gathering and Voices of the West radio are both hosted here. Other points of interest in Ruby Valley include the Northeastern Nevada Museum at 1515 Idaho Street, Coach USA Elko, and the Ruby Crest Ranch. The Elko Guide Service is located at the Ruby Crest Ranch. Elko County is the county seat for Ruby Valley City.