Nevada August 20, 2015
Here Are The 10 Richest Cities In Nevada
There are many wonderful places to live in Nevada. If you’ve ever wondered where the wealthiest residents of the Silver State live, wonder no more. Based on per capita income, the 10 cities listed below are the richest cities in Nevada.
Kingsbury is a rural community in Douglas County. Many homes in this small community have spectacular views of Lake Tahoe or Carson Valley. Kingsbury has a population of 2,166 and a per capita income of $60,058.
Mogul is a rural community in Washoe County. It's located north of Reno and is surrounded by beautiful mountain views. Mogul has a population of 1,363 and a per capita income of $52,093.
3. Incline Village
Established in 1882, Incline Village is a beautiful place where residents and visitors have the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of Lake Tahoe. Incline Village has a population of 9,935 and a per capita income of $48,246.
4. Mount Charleston
The small town of Mount Charleston is named for nearby Mount Charleston, the highest point in Clark County. It has a population of 363 and a per capita income of $45,329.
5. Blue Diamond
Blue Diamond is located in Clark County and is the site of Cottonwood Spring, a watering place and campsite on the Old Spanish Trail. Blue Diamond has a population of 295 and a per capita income of $45,285.
6. Zephyr Cove
Located in Douglas County, Zephyr Cove is one of Nevada's greatest vacation destinations. It has a population of 568 and a per capita income of $41,974.
Minden was established in 1906 and is the Douglas County seat. What makes this town unique is that it was mapped and defined on the ground before a single building was constructed. Minden has a population of 3,164 and a per capita income of $36,763.
8. Spanish Springs
Spanish Springs is located north of Sparks and is one of the fastest growing cities in the Reno-Sparks area. Spanish Springs has a population of 15,880 and a per capita income of $33,918.
Summerlin is an affluent 22,500-acre community near the Spring Mountains and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. It has a population of 3,735 and a per capita income of $33,017.
10. Boulder City
Boulder City is located 20 miles outside of Las Vegas and is one of only two cities in Nevada that doesn't allow gambling. The other city is Panaca. Boulder City has a population of 15,422 and a per capita income of $31,213.
Do you currently live in one of these Nevada cities or know someone who does? Are these areas as wonderful as they appear to be, or are they highly overrated? Let us know in the comments below!