Ruby Valley, NV City Data | Population, Maps, Homes, Statistics (2022)

Ruby Valley, NV is a city with great restaurants, attractions, history and people. There are around 180 people who live in Ruby Valley and approximately 45,291 who live in Elko County. We want to help people moving to or living in Ruby Valley to understand the dynamics of the city, so we have put together information gathered from various creditable sources to give you a better understanding of Ruby Valley. We have included Ruby Valley housing information, demographics, social and education characteristics, and even economic information.

General Ruby Valley Information

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Elko County where Ruby Valley resides is 17,202.94 square miles. The resident population of this county is 45,291 and has a population rank of 993 out of all the places in the United States.

Ruby Valley has a total of 180 people and of those residents there are 92 males and 88 females. The median age of the male population is 40.3 and the female population is 37. There are approximately 717 births each year and around 213 deaths. The race breakdown of the population in Ruby Valley varies per year, but currently 179 are one race and 1 are two or more races.

Of the 180 people who live in Ruby Valley, there are 46 under 20 years old. The sex breakdown of the 20 years old and younger population in Ruby Valley is 16 male and 30 female. If you have children or you are under the age of 20, then you will be considered in that statistic. For those of you who are older, then you will be part of the population that is 18 years and older and totals 136.

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General Ruby Valley Information
Total area in square miles - Elko County 17,202.94
Water area in square miles - Elko County N/A
Resident population - Elko County 45,291
Population rank - Elko County 993


Total population180
Total population (male)92
Total population (female)88
Population median age (male)40.3
Population median age (female)37


Births - Elko County717
Deaths- Elko County213


Population of one race179
Population of two or more races1


Population under 20 years46
Population under 20 years (male)16
Population under 20 years (female)30
Total population 18 years and over136

Ruby Valley Social Characteristics

There are 15,638 households in Ruby Valley. Families make up 11,581 of these households. The table below breaks down the Ruby Valley families into three different groups. Married-couple families (9,266), male householder with no wife present (814) and female householder with no husband present (1,268). The remainder of the Ruby Valley households are made up of nonfamily households, which total 4,145. Ruby Valley, NV moving companies help people in Ruby Valley move locally and all around the world.

For years, the US has been building stats on the relationship of males and females 15 years and older in cities around the country including Ruby Valley. This information helps individuals analyze the area they are living in or moving to. For the county where Ruby Valley is based, there are 15,925 females 15 and over; of those females there are 3,225 never married, 9,696 now married, 302 separated, 1,057 widowed, and 1,645 divorced. As for the males, there are N/A males 15 and older: N/A never married, N/A now married, 264 separated, 292 widowed and 2,115 never married. There is a lot of great information below regarding Ruby Valley social characteristics. Be sure to review the tables for more information on Ruby Valley.

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HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE (Elko County)
Total households15,638
Family households (families)11,581
With own children under 18 years7,129
Married-couple family9,266
With own children under 18 years5,412
Male householder, no wife present, family814
With own children under 18 years590
Female householder, no husband present, family1,268
With own children under 18 years918
Nonfamily households4,145
Householder living alone3,264
65 years and over745
GENERAL HOUSEHOLDS
Households with one or more people under 18 years22
Households with one or more people 65 years and over21
Average household size2.37
Average family size3.06
RELATIONSHIP FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
Population in family households147
Householder47
Spouse37
Child54
Other relatives3
Nonrelatives3
Unmarried partner1
Roomer or boarder1
Housemate or roommate1
Unmarried partner2
Foster childN/A
OtherN/A
RELATIONSHIP NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
Population in nonfamily households33
Male householder19
Male householder living alone16
Male householder not living alone3
Female householder10
Female householder living alone10
Female householder not living aloneN/A
Nonrelatives4
Unmarried partner1
Roomer or boarder1
Housemate or roommate2
Foster childN/A
OtherN/A
RELATIONSHIP BY SEX
Females 15 years and over15,925
Never married3,225
Now married9,696
Separated302
Widowed1,057
Divorced1,645
Males 15 years and overN/A
Never marriedN/A
Now marriedN/A
Separated264
Widowed292
Divorced2,115
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX AND AGE
Total Population180
Male92
Under 5 years2
5 to 9 years6
10 to 14 years3
15 to 17 years4
18 and 19 years1
20 yearsN/A
21 years1
22 to 24 years4
25 to 29 years9
30 to 34 years6
35 to 39 years9
40 to 44 years8
45 to 49 years11
50 to 54 years3
55 to 59 years7
60 and 61 years2
62 to 64 years3
65 and 66 years2
67 to 69 years3
70 to 74 years4
75 to 79 years1
80 to 84 yearsN/A
85 years and over3
Female88
Under 5 years11
5 to 9 years4
10 to 14 years9
15 to 17 years5
18 and 19 years1
20 yearsN/A
21 yearsN/A
22 to 24 years2
25 to 29 years5
30 to 34 years7
35 to 39 years4
40 to 44 years6
45 to 49 years3
50 to 54 years3
55 to 59 years8
60 and 61 years2
62 to 64 years5
65 and 66 yearsN/A
67 to 69 years4
70 to 74 years2
75 to 79 years2
80 to 84 years3
85 years and over2
TOTAL POPULATION BY RACE
Total population180
One race179
White162
Black or African AmericanN/A
American Indian and Alaska Native12
Asian1
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific IslanderN/A
Some other raceN/A
Two or more races1
RACE POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS
Total population in households180
People who are White alone162
People who are Black or African American aloneN/A
People who are American Indian and Alaska Native alone12
People who are Asian alone1
People who are Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander aloneN/A
People who are Hispanic or Latino9
People who are Some other race alone4
RESIDENCE IN 1995
Population 5 years and over41,470
Same house19,760
Different house - same countyN/A
Different county - same state2,481
Different state or abroad8,414
Different state7,625
Abroad789
PLACE OF BIRTH (Elko County)
Total resident population45,291
Born in United States6,518
State of residence13,070
Different state27,245
Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas340
Foreign born4,636

Ruby Valley Education and School Enrollment

School enrollment refers to students currently attending school, both private and public. By understanding the school enrollment in an area, you can make decisions concerning your kids' environments and even job markets. In a table below, we provide you with the total school enrollment for children 3 years and older in the county surrounding Ruby Valley. That total enrollment is 13,237 for the population of the country, which includes Ruby Valley. Nursery school and kindergarten enrollment was 2,693 and elementary or high school enrollment was 20,177 children. College or graduate school enrollment was 1,916.

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Education attainment is defined as "the highest level of education completed in terms of highest degree or the highest level or schooling completed." The table below shows the Ruby Valley population over 25 years old and their level of education achievement.

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
Population 3 years and over enrolled in school13,237
Pre-kindergarten560
Public355
Private205
Kindergarten671
Public654
PrivateN/A
Elementary school grades 1 to 86,754
Public6,603
Private151
Elementary and high school10,089
Public9,749
Private340
High school grades 9 to 123,335
Public3,146
Private189
College, undergraduate years1,658
Public1,409
Private249
Graduate or professional school259
Public224
Private35
Not enrolled in school29,838
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Population 25 years and over26,798
Less than 9th grade2,129
9th to 12th grade, no diploma3,462
High school graduate8,161
Some college, no degree7,217
Associate's degree1,876
Bachelor's degree3,953
Graduate or professional degree14.8
Percent high school graduate or higher79.1
Percent bachelor's degree or higher2,628

Ruby Valley Employment and Labor Characteristics

There are 32,399 people that are employed over the age of 16 in Ruby Valley. The Ruby Valley occupations categories include management, professional and related occupations (5,107), service occupations (4,822), sales and office occupations (4,576), farming, fishing and forestry occupations (279), constructions, extraction, maintenance and repair occupations (4,468) and production, transportation and material moving occupations (2,361). The 32,399 employed over the age of 16 are broken down into the class of worker. There are 17,018 private wage and salary workers, 3,391 government workers, 1,104 self-employed workers and approximately N/A unpaid family workers.

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EMPLOYMENT STATUS (Elko County)
Population 16 years and over32,399
In labor force22,924
Civilian labor force22,918
Employed21,613
Unemployed1,305
Percent Unemployed5.7
Armed Forces6


Females 16 years and over15,473
In labor force9,652
Civilian labor force9,652
Unemployed Civilian labor force601
Armed forces


Males 16 years and over16,926
In labor force13,272
Civilian labor forceN/A
Unemployed Civilian labor force704
Armed forces6
COMMUTING TO WORK (Elko County)
Workers 16 years and over21,278
Car, truck, or van -- drove alone13,665
Car, truck, or van -- carpooled3,846
Public transportation (excluding taxicab)N/A
Walked1,132
Other means136
Worked at home523
Mean travel time to work (minutes)522,775
OCCUPATION (Elko County)
Civilian employed population 16 years and over5,107
Management, professional, and related occupations5,107
Service occupations4,822
Sales and office occupations4,576
Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations279
Construction, extraction, maintenance and repair occupations4,468
Production, transportation, and material moving occupations2,361
INDUSTRY (Elko County)
Civilian employed population 16 years and over5,107
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining4,772
ConstructionN/A
Manufacturing310
Wholesale trade590
Retail trade2,033
Transportation and warehousing, and utilities736
Information300
Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing628
Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative879
Educational services, and health care and social assistance2,942
Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation, and food services4,792
Other services, except public administrationN/A
Public administration1,066
CLASS OF WORKER (Elko County)
Civilian employed population 16 years and over5,107
Private wage and salary workers17,018
Government workers3,391
Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business1,104
Unpaid family workersN/A

Ruby Valley Housing Characteristics

In Ruby Valley, NV there are 18,456 housing units; of those housing units, there are approximately 15,638 occupied and 2,818 vacant. Types of homes change over the years, but single family homes detached have remained fairly consistent. In Ruby Valley, there are 9,330 1-unit detached housing units. Single-family attached homes, 1-unit attached, which are also known as row houses or town homes, total 287 units in Ruby Valley. Apartment housing and apartment buildings are from 2-50 units and the statistics are below. With so many housing units people are always in need of Ruby Valley, NV local movers to help them move from one place to another so be sure to check out MovingIdeas.org for moving guides, Ruby Valley, NV truck rentals options, quotes and additional information.

There are several different ranges if you are looking to rent or are a renter in Ruby Valley. There are 197 housing units with rent less than $200, 279 with rent between $200-299, 1,073 with rent between $300-499 and 2,723 with rent for $500 and above. Full Ruby Valley gross rent statistics are shown in the table below. Regardless of the housing unit value, it is always suggested by MovingIdeas.org to have Ruby Valley, NV home security systems installed to keep you and your family safe.

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HOUSING OCCUPANCY (Elko County)
Total housing units18,456
Occupied housing units15,638
Vacant housing units2,818
UNITS IN STRUCTURE (Elko County)
Total housing units18,456
1-unit, detached9,330
1-unit, attached287
2 units510
3 or 4 units1,230
5 to 9 units745
10 to 19 units185
20 to 49 units204
50 or more units102
Mobile home5,636
HOUSING TENURE (Elko County)
Occupied housing units15,638
Owner-occupied10,937
Renter-occupied4,701
VEHICLES AVAILABLE (Elko County)
Occupied housing units15,638
No vehicles available767
2 vehicle available10,091
3 vehicles available2,658
4 vehicles available667
5 or more vehicles available363
HOUSE HEATING FUEL (Elko County)
Occupied housing units15,638
Utility gas6,151
Bottled, tank, or LP gasN/A
Electricity3,393
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.486
Coal or coke
Wood1,116
Solar energy
Other fuel223
No fuel used11
HOUSING UNIT VALUE (Elko County)
Occupied housing units15,638
Less Than $50,00010,937
$50,000 to $99,9991,344
$100,000 to $149,9993,239
$150,000 to $199,999920
$200,000 to $299,999406
$300,000 to $499,99958
$1,000,000 or more20
Median (dollars)123,100
GROSS RENT (Elko County)
Occupied units paying rent4,701
Less than $200197
$200 to $299279
$300 to $4991,073
$500 to $6991,597
$700 to $999904
$1,000 to $1,499198
$1,500 or more23

FAQs

What is Elko Nevada known for? ›

The world famous Cowboy Poetry Gathering started in Elko. Elko was named one of the 100 Best Small Towns in America. Elko County built the Northeastern Nevada Regional Railport, a transloading and warehousing site to diversify the economy's reliance on mining.

Is Elko NV growing? ›

With a 2020 population of 20,564, Elko is currently growing at a rate of 0.31% annually and its population has increased by 11.86% since the 2010 Census, which recorded a population of 18,297.
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Elko, Nevada.
Elko
CountryUnited States
StateNevada
CountyElko
First settled1868
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Is Spring Creek a city? ›

With 14,510 people, Spring Creek is the 21st most populated city in the state of Nevada out of 124 cities. But watch out, Spring Creek, because Dayton with 14,258 people and Gardnerville Ranchos with 11,432 people are right behind you.

What is minimum wage in Elko Nevada? ›

Living Wage Calculation for Elko County, Nevada
1 ADULT2 ADULTS (1 WORKING)
0 Children3 Children
Living Wage$15.49$39.86
Poverty Wage$6.19$14.92
Minimum Wage$9.50$9.50

What is the crime rate in Elko Nevada? ›

The Elko NV crime rate for 2018 was 457.52 per 100,000 population, a 17.53% increase from 2017. The Elko NV crime rate for 2017 was 389.29 per 100,000 population, a 21.05% decline from 2016.
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Elko NV Crime Rate 2003-2018.
City NamePopulationRate
Elko20,764457.52
Henderson309,586188.32
Mesquite19,055167.93
Winnemucca7,832127.68
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Is Elko NV a good place to retire? ›

Number of Hospitals Within 25 Miles of the City: 1

Elko is a vibrant city in Northeastern Nevada, perfect for retirees who aren't in the mood to live near the energetic city of Las Vegas. This fun community has a wealth of museums where you can explore everything from cowboy culture to natural history.

What is the cost of living in Elko Nevada? ›

Elko cost of living is 101.7
COST OF LIVINGElkoNevada
Grocery92.2100.3
Health124.494.6
Housing104.4122.9
Median Home Cost$304,600$358,400
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What is the main industry in Elko NV? ›

Elko has a total of 1,122 businesses. In 2021, the leading industries in Elko were Mineral, Oil and Gas Extraction, Accommodation and Food Services, Retail, and Health Care and Social Services.

What is the most popular city in Nevada? ›

Las Vegas

Is Spring Creek Nevada a nice place to live? ›

Spring creek, a beautiful town especially in winter. Very clean and safe. A lot of natural wildlife explores the creative landscape. It is very freeing with finding with having to seek adventure.

Who built Starrett city? ›

In 1962, a California-based investment group purchased 130 acres (53 ha) of land along Pennsylvania Avenue between Flatlands Avenue and the Belt Parkway, intending to construct apartments on the property. The Thompson–Starrett Co. was retained to construct the buildings.

How far is Elko from Spring Creek? ›

There are 11.80 miles from Spring Creek to Elko in northwest direction and 15 miles (24.14 kilometers) by car, following the NV 227 route. Spring Creek and Elko are 22 minutes far apart, if you drive non-stop . This is the fastest route from Spring Creek, NV to Elko, NV.

What is the most common job in Nevada? ›

Personal care and service workers most common in Nevada, Dakotas, Hawaii, and Colorado in May 2020
OccupationEmploymentAnnual mean wage
Childcare workers494,360$26,790
Recreation workers325,64030,960
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists302,41032,740
Amusement and recreation attendants248,19025,610
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How much do you get paid at Walmart in Nevada? ›

How much does Walmart in Nevada pay? Average Walmart hourly pay ranges from approximately $9.50 per hour for Remodeler to $27.77 per hour for Optometric Assistant. The average Walmart salary ranges from approximately $20,000 per year for Sales Associate to $124,110 per year for Pharmacist.

How much is Mcdonalds paying in Nevada? ›

Average McDonald's hourly pay ranges from approximately $8.25 per hour for Customer Service Representative to $42.69 per hour for Accounting Manager. The average McDonald's salary ranges from approximately $16,410 per year for Team Trainer to $300,000 per year for Assistant Manager.

What is the cheapest place to live in Nevada? ›

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  • Las Vegas. ...
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  • Reno. Home Price to Income Ratio: 5.70.

Where is the best place to live in Nevada for retirees? ›

  • Gardnerville. Our top city of Gardnerville maintains the lowest tax burden in our top 10 at 15.6%. ...
  • Laughlin. Nestled between the California border and the Colorado River, Laughlin offers a riverfront retirement and several casinos. ...
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  • Carson City. ...
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Is it better to retire in Arizona or Nevada? ›

Arizona is a better retirement residency than Nevada. Arizona has more activities and attractions, offers a lower cost of living, and has more physicians, making it ideal for retirees looking for quality healthcare. However, if you want more comfortable weather and lower taxes, choose Nevada.

Is it cheaper to live in Nevada or Arizona? ›

Both Arizona and Nevada have lower than average costs of living, although some places in Nevada are more expensive, such as Kingsbury and Gardnerville. Arizona is generally more favorable in this regard, with a cost of living that is typically five percent lower than the U.S. average.

Why do people live in Elko? ›

Living in Elko offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Elko there are a lot of bars and coffee shops. Many families and young professionals live in Elko and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Elko are above average.

How much snow does Elko Nevada get? ›

During the warm summer months the average high falls between 80-90 degrees. Much of Elko County's precipitation comes in the form of snowfall. The annual average is less than 10 inches.

Where does Elko Nevada get its water? ›

The City of Elko water system is comprised of 5 water storage tank locations totaling 20.23 million gallons of storage, 18 operational municipal wells pumping groundwater with a combined pumping capacity of 13,176 gallons per minute, and over 100 miles of water main.

What is mined in Elko NV? ›

Originating in 1868, the city of Elko started as a railroad town developing into a central mining and ranching community. Today, Elko is home to fifth generation ranchers, and is the leading producer of gold in the United States.

Does Elko Nevada have casinos? ›

Stockmen's Casino and Ramada Hotel offer our guests one of the largest gaming spaces in town and some of the finest amenities among Elko, Nevada casinos. More than 150 of the newest slot machines can be found at Stockmen's Casino.

What is the prettiest city in Nevada? ›

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What is the safest city to live in Nevada? ›

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  • Boulder City, NV.
  • Mesquite, NV.
  • Henderson, NV.
  • Winnemucca, NV.
  • Elko, NV.
  • Carlin, NV.
  • West Wendover, NV.
  • North Las Vegas, NV.
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What is the nicest area to live in Nevada? ›

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  • Las Vegas: Party Capital of the World. ...
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  • Boulder City: Gateway to Hoover Dam. ...
  • Mesquite: One of the Best Places to Live in Nevada for Retirees. ...
  • Incline Village: Lake Tahoe Living. ...
  • Henderson: Sin City Suburb. ...
  • Elko: The Old West.
Apr 1, 2022

Is Las Vegas an up and coming city? ›

Accounting for these factors and anticipating future trends, the population of the Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise metro area in Nevada is projected to grow from 2,335,600 in 2022 to 4,450,000 in 2060. The 90.5% projected population growth in the metro area is the fifth highest of all 384 U.S. metro areas.

Is Las Vegas growing or shrinking? ›

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Southern Nevada's population is expected to continue booming, growing by a rate of 1.8% in 2022, according to UNLV's Center for Business and Economic Research. An annual report from CBER stated that the population is already expected to jump past 3 million by 2040.

Is Nevada a good state to live? ›

It is considered a great place to raise a family thanks to its slow crime rates, high security, ample recreational activities, and proximity to Las Vegas shopping, food, and entertainment. The area is known for its upscale living.

Which city in Nevada has the best weather? ›

With 292 sunny days, Moapa Valley has some of the best weather in Nevada. Summer temperatures can spike to 108 degrees Fahrenheit. January's winter lows average a cool 37 degrees Fahrenheit.
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1. Paradise
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  • Henderson. ...
  • Las Vegas. ...
  • Mesquite. ...
  • Sunrise Manor. ...
  • Moapa Valley.
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What is the coolest city in Nevada? ›

In a state with such diversity of climate, Carson City hands down has the best weather in Nevada. This capital city offers the best of everything, with an average of only 9 inches of rain and 253 days of sun each year.

What is the oldest city in Nevada? ›

Genoa is the oldest permanent settlement in Nevada. It was founded in 1851 as a trading post and provisioning station to serve passing wagon trains along the Emigrant Trail. Then a part of Utah Territory, the city was originally named Mormon Station (as its first settlers were Mormons).

What is the main industry in Elko NV? ›

Elko has a total of 1,122 businesses. In 2021, the leading industries in Elko were Mineral, Oil and Gas Extraction, Accommodation and Food Services, Retail, and Health Care and Social Services.

Is Elko Nevada a nice place to live? ›

Living in Elko offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Elko there are a lot of bars and coffee shops. Many families and young professionals live in Elko and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Elko are above average.

What is the cost of living in Elko Nevada? ›

Elko cost of living is 101.7
COST OF LIVINGElkoNevada
Grocery92.2100.3
Health124.494.6
Housing104.4122.9
Median Home Cost$304,600$358,400
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Does Elko Nevada have casinos? ›

Stockmen's Casino and Ramada Hotel offer our guests one of the largest gaming spaces in town and some of the finest amenities among Elko, Nevada casinos. More than 150 of the newest slot machines can be found at Stockmen's Casino.

Does it snow in Elko Nevada? ›

During the warm summer months the average high falls between 80-90 degrees. Much of Elko County's precipitation comes in the form of snowfall. The annual average is less than 10 inches.

Where does Elko Nevada get its water? ›

The City of Elko water system is comprised of 5 water storage tank locations totaling 20.23 million gallons of storage, 18 operational municipal wells pumping groundwater with a combined pumping capacity of 13,176 gallons per minute, and over 100 miles of water main.

What is mined in Elko NV? ›

Originating in 1868, the city of Elko started as a railroad town developing into a central mining and ranching community. Today, Elko is home to fifth generation ranchers, and is the leading producer of gold in the United States.

Is Elko NV a good place to retire? ›

Number of Hospitals Within 25 Miles of the City: 1

Elko is a vibrant city in Northeastern Nevada, perfect for retirees who aren't in the mood to live near the energetic city of Las Vegas. This fun community has a wealth of museums where you can explore everything from cowboy culture to natural history.

What is it like to live in Winnemucca? ›

Living in Winnemucca offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Winnemucca there are a lot of bars and coffee shops. Many families live in Winnemucca and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Winnemucca are above average.

Whats it like living in Elko NV? ›

It is a cute small town with many shops that you won't see in a big city. I enjoyed being there and loved it very much. The stars are visible at night which is Just amazing to see. Though it is a very small town I would very much like to see it getting a little more recognition for Elko's events.

Is it cheaper to live in Nevada or Arizona? ›

Both Arizona and Nevada have lower than average costs of living, although some places in Nevada are more expensive, such as Kingsbury and Gardnerville. Arizona is generally more favorable in this regard, with a cost of living that is typically five percent lower than the U.S. average.

What's the largest casino in Elko Nevada? ›

Maverick Hotel and Casino houses the largest casino in Elko, Nevada featuring 17,000 square-feet of Vegas glam and entertainment.

How many casinos are there in Nevada? ›

Out of 441 casinos in Nevada, there are four main casino areas: Las Vegas, Reno, Lake Tahoe, and Laughlin.

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