Jurisdictional Comparison

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City of
Henderson
City of
Las Vegas
City of
North Las Vegas
Balance of
Clark County
Total
Clark County
 
POPULATION, EMPLOYMENT AND HOUSEHOLDS
Population
Population [1] 291,432 610,637 230,491 964,045 2,166,181
Employment
Labor Force [2] 150,455 305,584 110,060 507,464 1,077,435
Employment [3] 143,073 288,982 103,878 481,659 1,022,871
Unemployment [4] 7,382 16,602 6,182 25,805 54,564
Unemployment Rate [5] 4.9% 5.4% 5.6% 5.1% 5.1%
Housing Stock
Number of Occupied Housing Units [6] 114,593 230,533 75,331 347,068 791,216
Persons per Household [7] 2.54 2.72 3.25 2.67 2.68
Number of Vacant Housing Units [8] 6,878 16,684 7,267 28,135 58,964
Housing Vacancy Rate [9] 3.0% 6.8% 9.2% 7.2% 7.1%
Jobs per Household [10] 1.19 1.21 1.34 1.22 1.23
Median Income
Median Income [11] $64,035 $50,202 $51,992 $48,037 $52,541
Average Annual Wage - All Employment [12] $38,716 $31,610 $31,596 $30,317 $31,449
Average Annual Wage - Manufacturing [13] $51,728 $37,325 $35,921 n/a $55,236
Commuting
Vehicles Available [14] 199,247 356,849 129,447 548,540 1,234,083
Estimated Vehicles per Household [15] 1.66 1.60 1.78 1.60 1.60
Mean Travel Time to Work (Minutes) [16] 23.5 26.0 26.4 23.6 25.0
EDUCATION
Public Schools
Number of Elementary Schools [17] 25 87 41 71 228
Number of Middle Schools [18] 7 39 12 24 85
Number of High Schools [19] 6 36 7 21 76
Total Enrollment [20] 41,310 121,375 51,882 101,245 320,339
School Index Score [21] 71.3 57.2 52.3 0.6 60.7
Percent Proficient - Math [22] 77.4% 58.4% 55.6% 66.9% 62.3%
Percent Proficient - Reading [23] 83.5% 71.4% 61.8% 67.4% 64.3%
Graduation Rates [24] 83.5% 71.4% 61.8% 76.9% 72.1%
REAL ESTATE
RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE
Existing Home Median Closing Price [25] $275,000 $230,000 $222,000 $226,900 $235,000
Existing Home Average Price Per Square Foot [26] $159.19 $139.97 $120.40 $145.34 $144.73
Existing Home Closings [27] 639 1,320 409 1,575 3,925
Foreclosed Home Closings [28] 3 4 2 8 17
New Home Median Closing Price [29] $364,990 $431,372 $284,567 $357,470 $358,622
New Home Average Price Per Square Foot [30] $158.09 $174.69 $132.36 $169.65 $155.21
New Home Closings [31] 211 138 n/a 407 845
New Residential Permits [32] 192 130 89 324 735
LAND USE
Acreage By Type
Single Family Residential [33] 14,901 24,723 8,943 n/a 85,855
Other Residential [34] 2,910 4,024 991 n/a 19,053
Hotel, Motel, Casinos [35] 377 339 179 n/a 3,482
Retail, Restaurants & Bars [36] 685 1,328 393 n/a 4,622
Commercial Other [37] 4,397 6,808 1,838 n/a 28,583
Industrial [38] 1,230 652 2,589 n/a 10,635
Vacant [39] 25,120 24,246 37,535 n/a 1,368,907
Total [40] 48,545 61,369 51,842 n/a 4,843,744
Percent of Total Area Acreage
Single Family Residential [41] 30.0% 39.6% 17.1% 0.9% 1.9%
Other Residential [42] 3.6% 6.4% 1.9% 0.3% 0.4%
Hotel, Motel, Casinos [43] 0.8% 0.5% 0.3% 0.1% 0.1%
Retail, Restaurants & Bars [44] 2.7% 3.6% 1.6% 0.1% 0.2%
Commercial Other [45] 7.8% 8.7% 2.8% 0.4% 0.6%
Industrial [46] 2.5% 1.0% 4.9% 0.2% 0.3%
Vacant [47] 52.6% 40.3% 71.5% 98.2% 96.6%
Total [48] 100.0% 100% 100.0% 100.0% 100%
Total Value By Type
Single Family Residential [49] $8,453,443,531 $11,394,509,075 $3,923,760,101 $16,566,592,670 $40,338,305,377
Other Residential [50] $1,320,564,125 $2,393,778,434 $477,791,920 $6,011,744,822 $10,203,879,301
Hotel, Motel, Casinos [51] $357,250,387 $559,198,432 $172,727,594 $8,148,136,341 $9,237,312,754
Retail, Restaurants & Bars [52] $240,999,667 $460,701,454 $212,999,932 $906,695,368 $3,621,608,747
Commercial Other [53] $891,654,592 $2,290,157,741 $150,742,705 $3,648,365,684 $7,130,948,482
Industrial [54] $338,063,504 $174,880,555 $605,184,508 $1,384,082,855 $2,502,211,422
Vacant [55] $931,607,384 $881,446,821 $516,805,861 $3,122,251,012 $5,533,810,916
Total [56] $10,298,298,546 $14,827,210,798 $4,926,790,865 $33,527,693,487 $63,579,993,696
Percent of Total Area Value
Single Family Residential [57] 70.7% 66.8% 67.1% 45.2% 56.1%
Other Residential [58] 10.2% 13.8% 8.0% 14.9% 13.4%
Hotel, Motel, Casinos [59] 2.7% 2.6% 2.8% 20.6% 12.1%
Retail, Restaurants & Bars [60] 4.0% 4.8% 4.1% 5.6% 5.1%
Commercial Other [61] 4.5% 8.3% 3.1% 6.0% 6.1%
Industrial [62] 2.6% 1.0% 8.7% 3.5% 3.2%
Vacant [63] 5.3% 2.8% 6.1% 4.1% 4.2%
Total [64] 100.0% 100% 100.0% 100.0% 100%
Total Value Per Acre
Single Family Residential [65] $499,367 $407,712 $372,879 $349,910 $391,499
Other Residential [66] $591,340 $522,843 $407,983 $391,520 $437,032
Hotel, Motel, Casinos [67] $748,032 $1,197,298 $812,883 $2,388,982 $2,050,765
Retail, Restaurants & Bars [68] $320,596 $324,214 $244,669 $394,332 $353,289
Commercial Other [69] $123,473 $232,830 $232,830 $118,947 $140,982
Industrial [70] $219,973 $228,580 $170,179 $120,950 $142,982
Vacant [71] $21,269 $16,591 $8,169 $302 $565
Total [72] $212,139 $241,607 $95,035 $7,152 $13,111
Notes:
  1. Population figures sourced to Clark County Comprehensive Planning. Comprehensive Planning collaborates with other local agencies to prepare annual resident population estimates for Clark County and the Cities.
  2. Labor Force figures sourced to The US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Local Area Unemployment Statistics. The BLS defines the labor force as all persons in the civilian noninstitutionalized population ages 16 and older classified as either (a) employed or (b) unemployed
  3. Employment figures sourced to The US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Local Area Unemployment Statistics. The BLS defines employment as the labor force employed or as all persons who, during the reference week (the week including the 12th day of the month), (a) did any work as paid employees, worked in their own business or profession or on their own farm, or worked 15 hours or more as unpaid workers in an enterprise operated by a member of their family, or (b) were not working but who had jobs from which they were temporarily absent because of vacation, illness, bad weather, childcare problems, maternity or paternity leave, labor-management dispute, job training, or other family or personal reasons, whether or not they were paid for the time off or were seeking other jobs. Each employed person is counted only once, even if he or she holds more than one job.
  4. Unemployment figures sourced to The US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Local Area Unemployment Statistics. The BLS defines unemployment as the labor force employed or as all persons who, during the reference week (the week including the 12th day of the month) had no employment and were available for work, except for temporary illness, and had made specific efforts to find employment some time during the 4 week-period ending with the reference week.
  5. Unemployment Rate figures sourced to The US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Local Area Unemployment Statistics. The BLS defines the unemployment rate as the unemployed percent of the civilian labor force.
  6. Number of Occupied Housing Units sourced to Clark County Comprehensive Planning. Comprehensive Planning collaborates with other local agencies to prepare annual housing unit estimates for Clark County and the Cities.
  7. Persons per Household sourced to Clark County Comprehensive Planning and Applied Analysis Calculation. Applied Analysis used the Comprehensive Planning estimate of population for each area, and divided it by the corresponding estimate for the number of occupied housing units in that area.
  8. Number of Vacant Housing Units sourced to Clark County Comprehensive Planning. Comprehensive Planning collaborates with other local agencies to prepare annual housing unit estimates for Clark County and the Cities.
  9. Housing Vacancy Rate sourced to Clark County Comprehensive Planning and Applied Analysis Calculation. Applied Analysis used the Comprehensive Planning estimate of vacant housing units for each area, and divided it by the corresponding estimate for the number of housing units (the sum of occupied and vacant) in that area.
  10. Jobs Per Household sourced to Clark County Comprehensive Planning, The US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Local Area Unemployment Statistics and Applied Analysis Calculation. Applied Analysis used the BLS estimate of employment for each area, and divided it by the corresponding estimate for the Comprehensive Planning estimate of vacant housing units for that area. Note that this reflects the residency of the employee, i.e. a Henderson resident working in unincorporated Clark County would be counted as a job in Henderson.
  11. Median Income sourced to The US Census Bureau, The American Community Survey one year estimates. The ACS defines median income as the household income in the past 12 months. Values for the balance of Clark County estimated based on a weighted average.
  12. Average Annual Wage – All Employment sourced to The US Census Bureau, The American Community Survey one year estimates. Values for the balance of Clark County estimated based on a weighted average.
  13. Average Annual Wage – Manufacturing sourced to The US Census Bureau, The American Community Survey one year estimates. Values for the balance of Clark County estimated based on a weighted average.
  14. Vehicles Available sourced to the US Census Bureau, The American Community Survey one year estimates. Values for the balance of Clark County estimated based on a weighted average.
  15. Estimated Vehicles per Household sourced to the US Census Bureau, The American Community Survey (ACS) one year estimate and Applied Analysis calculations. The total number of vehicles reported in the ACS for each area was divided by the corresponding number of households. Values for the balance of Clark County estimated based on a weighted average.
  16. Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes) sourced to the US Census Bureau, The American Community Survey one year estimates. Values for the balance of Clark County estimated based on a weighted average.
  17. Number of Elementary Schools sourced to Nevada School Performance Framework and Applied Analysis Calculations. Applied Analysis used location data to calculate the number of elementary schools in each location.
  18. Number of Middle Schools sourced to Nevada School Performance Framework and Applied Analysis Calculations. Applied Analysis used location data to calculate the number of middle schools in each location.
  19. Number of High Schools sourced to Nevada School Performance Framework and Applied Analysis Calculations. Applied Analysis used location data to calculate the number of high schools in each location.
  20. Total Enrollment sourced to Nevada School Performance Framework and Applied Analysis Calculations. Applied Analysis used location data to calculate the total number of students enrolled at schools in each location.
  21. School Index Score sourced to Nevada School Performance Framework and Applied Analysis Calculations. Applied Analysis used location data to create a list of each area’s schools and their individual school index scores. An average of these scores, weighted by the enrollment of each school, was calculated for each area.
  22. Percent Proficient - Math sourced to Nevada School Performance Framework and Applied Analysis Calculations. Applied Analysis used location data to create a list of each area’s schools and their individual proficiency rates. An average of these rates, weighted by the enrollment of each school, was calculated for each area.
  23. Percent Proficient - Reading sourced to Nevada School Performance Framework and Applied Analysis Calculations. Applied Analysis used location data to create a list of each area’s schools and their individual proficiency rates. An average of these rates, weighted by the enrollment of each school, was calculated for each area.
  24. Graduation Rates sourced to Nevada School Performance Framework and Applied Analysis Calculations. Applied Analysis used location data to create a list of each area’s schools and their individual graduation rates. An average of these rates, weighted by the enrollment of each school, was calculated for each area.
  25. Existing Home Median Closing Price sourced to Salestraq information and calculations.
  26. Existing Home Average Price Per Square Foot sourced to Salestraq information and calculations.
  27. Existing Home Closings sourced to Salestraq information and calculations.
  28. Foreclosed Home Closings sourced to Salestraq information and calculations.
  29. New Home Median Closing Price sourced to Salestraq information and calculations.
  30. New Home Average Price Per Square Foot sourced to Salestraq information and calculations.
  31. New Home Closings sourced to Salestraq information and calculations.
  32. New Home Residential Permits sourced to Salestraq information and calculations.
  33. Single Family Residence Acreage sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved acreage.
  34. Other Residential Acreage sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved acreage.
  35. Hotel, Motel, Casinos Acreage sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved acreage.
  36. Retail, Restaurants & Bars Acreage sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved acreage.
  37. Other Commercial Acreage sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved acreage.
  38. Industrial Acreage sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved acreage.
  39. Vacant Acreage sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office.
  40. Total Acreage sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office.
  41. Single Family Residence Acreage Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as single family residence acreage divided by total area acreage.
  42. Other Residential Acreage Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved acreage. Calculated as other residential acreage divided by total area acreage.
  43. Hotel, Motel, Casinos Acreage Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved acreage. Calculated as hotel, motel, casino acreage divided by total area acreage.
  44. Retail, Restaurants & Bars Acreage Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as retail, restaurants & bars acreage divided by total area acreage.
  45. Other Commercial Acreage Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as other commercial acreage divided by total area acreage.
  46. Industrial Acreage Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as industrial acreage divided by total area acreage.
  47. Vacant Acreage Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as vacant acreage divided by total area acreage.
  48. Total Acreage Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Will equal 100 percent, as it is calculated as total area acreage divided by itself.
  49. Single Family Residence Value sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved lots.
  50. Other Residential Value sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved lots.
  51. Hotel, Motel, Casinos Value sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved lots.
  52. Retail, Restaurants & Bars Value sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved lots.
  53. Other Commercial Value sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved lots.
  54. Industrial Value sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved lots.
  55. Vacant Value sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office.
  56. Total Value sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office.
  57. Single Family Residence Value Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as single family residence value divided by total area value.
  58. Other Residential Value Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved value. Calculated as other residential value divided by total area value.
  59. Hotel, Motel, Casinos Value Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Includes only improved value. Calculated as hotel, motel, casino value divided by total area value.
  60. Retail, Restaurants & Bars Value Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as retail, restaurants & bars value divided by total area value.
  61. Other Commercial Value Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as other commercial value divided by total area value.
  62. Industrial Value Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as industrial value divided by total area value.
  63. Vacant Value Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as vacant value divided by total area value.
  64. Total Value Percent sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Will equal 100 percent, as it is calculated as total area value divided by itself.
  65. Single Family Residence Value Per Acre sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as single family residence value divided by single family residence area acreage.
  66. Other Residential Value Per Acre sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as other residential value divided by other residential area acreage.
  67. Hotel, Motel, Casinos Value Per Acre sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as hotel, motel, casino value divided by hotel, motel, casinos area acreage.
  68. Retail, Restaurants & Bars Value Per Acre sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as retail, restaurants & bars value divided by retail, restaurants & bars area acreage.
  69. Other Commercial Value Per Acre sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as other commercial value divided by other commercial area acreage.
  70. Industrial Value Per Acre sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as industrial value divided by industrial area acreage.
  71. Vacant Value Per Acre sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as vacant value divided by vacant area acreage.
  72. Total Value Per Acre sourced to Clark County Assessor’s Office. Calculated as total value divided by total area acreage.
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