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Reno, NV: What you need to know

Nicknamed “The Biggest Little City in the World,” Reno is famous for its casinos as well as skiing and snowboarding winter sports that draw thousands of tourists, but the city's economy as broadened to include healthcare, tech-based companies and entrepreneurial startups. The city features three major bodies of water and nearly a dozen theatrical companies, and students have choices like the University of Nevada, Reno. Medical options include Reno Regional Medical Center and St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center. There are plenty of family-friendly things to do in Reno, while the nightlife is alive with dance clubs, bars and upscale restaurants. Reno has consistently ranked as a Top 100 Best Place to Live.



Reno, NV City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 234,161
Median Age 35
Median Household Income $47,012
Median Home Price $210,700
Walkscore 36

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Reno, NV Demographics

Median Population in Reno, NV

Median Age 35.1%
Age 18 Over 77.6%
Age 21 Over 73.1%
Age 62 Over 16.3%
Age 65 Over 13.1%

Race in Reno, NV

  Ethnicity White 78.3%
  Ethnicity Black 2.8%
  Ethnicity Asian 6.5%
  Ethnicity Hawaiian 0.8%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 25.1%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.9%
  Ethnicity Other 6.7%

Population By Gender in Reno, NV

  Male 50.5%
  Female 49.5%

Language in Reno, NV

  English Only 73.7%
  English Other 26.3%

Economics in Reno, NV

  Median Household Income $47,012
  Median Home Price $210,700
  Homes Owned 53.6%
  Homes Rent 46.4%
  Median Property Rent $851

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Commute Types in Reno, NV

  Walked 3.8%
  Worked at Home 3.3%
  Public Transportation 2.7%
  Other Means 2.6%
  Drove Alone 76.2%
  Carpooled 11.4%

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