10 Largest Cities in Nevada

The largest city in Nevada is Las Vegas, with a population of 667,501. Lamoille is the fastest growing city in Nevada over the past 10 years, having grown 162.86% since 2010.

Rank Name 2021 Pop. 2010 Census Change Density (mi²)
1Las Vegas667,501584,57614.19%702
2Henderson341,531257,45232.66%480
3Reno266,511225,65218.11%365
4North Las Vegas265,224216,83622.32%403
5Paradise235,087223,1675.34%750
6Spring Valley207,127178,39516.11%928
7Sunrise Manor193,781189,3722.33%865
8Enterprise171,108108,48157.73%499
9Sparks107,06091,23717.34%445
10Carson City57,34454,9814.30%59
11Whitney42,97338,58511.37%954
12Pahrump37,29836,4412.35%18
13Winchester28,23127,9780.90%956
14Summerlin South27,90824,08515.87%429
15Fernley23,11619,38619.24%28
16Sun Valley21,15919,2999.64%212
17Mesquite21,12815,30538.05%100
18Elko20,59018,39211.95%172
19Boulder City16,70115,00911.27%12
20Spanish Springs15,93815,0645.80%43
21Spring Creek13,67112,36110.60%35
22Gardnerville Ranchos11,38011,3120.60%113
23Cold Springs9,6338,54412.75%164
24Dayton9,3638,9644.45%44
25Fallon8,8718,6202.91%359
26Incline Village8,6698,777-1.23%60
27Laughlin7,9657,3238.77%13
28Winnemucca7,7867,4814.08%118
29Moapa Valley7,2136,9244.17%25
30Gardnerville6,1215,6568.22%190
31Indian Hills6,1045,6278.48%62
32Johnson Lane5,9576,490-8.21%41
33Lemmon Valley5,3835,0406.81%50
34Silver Springs5,0735,296-4.21%11
35West Wendover4,2934,417-2.81%86
36Ely4,0294,260-5.42%79
37Battle Mountain3,6983,6351.73%155
38Nellis AFB3,5013,1879.85%182
39Yerington3,3593,1108.01%17
40Minden3,1513,0015.00%111
41Hawthorne2,6863,269-17.83%246
42Washoe Valley2,6703,019-11.56%79
43Carlin2,2752,361-3.64%32
44Kingsbury2,1442,152-0.37%15
45Tonopah2,0092,478-18.93%18
46Stagecoach1,9201,8742.45%34
47Lovelock1,8541,885-1.64%321
48Sandy Valley1,7272,051-15.80%5
49Topaz Ranch Estates1,6301,5018.59%17
50Smith Valley1,6271,6031.50%2
51East Valley1,5431,4744.68%24
52Bunkerville1,4791,30313.51%5
53Pioche1,3541,00235.13%33
54Mogul1,3341,2903.41%137
55Ruhenstroth1,3181,2931.93%69
56Golden Valley1,2951,556-16.77%53
57Verdi1,2871,415-9.05%58
58Wells1,2581,276-1.41%27
59Jackpot1,2441,1954.10%48
60Panaca1,15796320.15%53
61Owyhee1,13595319.10%1
62Alamo1,1281,0804.44%6
63Caliente1,0441,159-9.92%3
64Schurz1,02665855.93%3
65Round Hill Village99375930.83%26
66Stateline95084212.83%197
67McGill9051,148-21.17%124
68Indian Springs881991-11.10%7
69Beatty8041,010-20.40%1
70Wadsworth792834-5.04%32
71Virginia City779855-8.89%134
72Grass Valley7601,161-34.54%3
73Moapa Town7101,025-30.73%1
74Genoa659939-29.82%11
75Fish Springs564648-12.96%9
76Osino519709-26.80%31
77Eureka462610-24.26%49
78Crescent Valley46239217.86%31
79Carter Springs446553-19.35%24
80Fallon Station438705-37.87%23
81Zephyr Cove434565-23.19%30
82Mount Charleston3693573.36%2
83Lakeridge367371-1.08%38
84Fort McDermitt3443410.88%3
85Blue Diamond32629012.41%7
86Dyer32425925.10%1
87Skyland321376-14.63%11
88Searchlight318539-41.00%4
89Walker Lake31034
90Goldfield29826811.19%30
91Sutcliffe29325315.81%4
92Lamoille276105162.86%22
93Double Spring27515874.05%5
94Glenbrook25821520.00%10
95Nixon231374-38.24%5
96Imlay21817127.49%27
97Topaz Lake20715731.85%26
98Crystal Bay184305-39.67%61
99Mina18215517.42%11
100Silver City15825
101Humboldt River Ranch15811932.77%2
102Silver Peak14210732.71%21
103Empire134217-38.25%4
104Ruth132440-70.00%57
105McDermitt126172-26.74%6
106Austin113192-41.15%15
107Cal-Nev-Ari111244-54.51%7
108Lund105282-62.77%9
109Gabbs105269-60.97%7
110Kingston94113-16.81%3
111Valmy914
112Golconda74214-65.42%1
113Rachel701
114Orovada64155-58.71%
115Hiko62119-47.90%
116Montello5922
117Baker5810
118Paradise Valley51109-53.21%
119Bennett Springs46132-65.15%2
120Oasis386
121Logan Creek373
122Nelson341
123Gerlach34206-83.50%2
124Beaverdam256
125Preston162
126Ursine
127Unionville
128Mount Wilson
129Goodsprings229-100.00%
130Dry Valley
131Denio

Top 131 Cities in Nevada by Population

Nevada is the 33rd most populous state in the U.S. and has a population of almost 3 million according to 2017 estimates. The state’s most populated city is Las Vegas, which has an estimated population of 623,747. It is trailed significantly by nearby Henderson, which has a population of 285,667. Reno and North Las Vegas round out the other two cities with population counts of more than 100,000. The state’s capital, Carson City, ranks 6th among the other cities in terms of population, with 54,521 inhabitants.

The state has a total of 19 incorporated municipalities that are legally designated as cities. The state capital, Carson City, is an exception and is classified as an independent city not belonging to any of the state’s 17 counties. Cities in Nevada are classified by their population to determine wards, council structure, and city clerks. There are three categories for cities that are based on population. The smallest city in the state is Caliente in Lincoln County, which has a population of just 1,130 as of the 2010 U.S. Census.

Map of Cities in Nevada

Nevada Cities by First Letter

  1. US Census Annual Estimates - 2020 Estimates Calculated via Linear Projection of Previous Estimates

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