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Find People In Cities Like:

  • Las Vegas
  • Henderson
  • Reno
  • North Las Vegas
  • Sparks
  • Carson City
  • Fernley
  • Elko
  • Mesquite
  • Boulder City
  • Fallon
  • Winnemucca

State of Nevada Total Population:
2,9 Million Residents

Capital City:
Carson City

Largest Cities:
Las Vegas: 648,224
Henderson: 307,928
Reno: 245,255

Bordering States:
Arizona, California, Idaho, Oregon, Utah

About Nevada Public Records

All Nevada government offices and agencies create, store, and maintain public records. Nevada's Public Records Act is the state law governing access to public records. The records include books, written materials, drawings, photocopies, microfilms, information on computers, records, tapes, photographs, statistical tabulations, maps, and other materials.

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A Short History Of Nevada

Nevada became the 36th state on October 31, 1864, and is the seventh largest of the 50 states. Gambling is legal in Nevada. Around 1770 the first Europeans came to the area. The University of Nevada was founded in Elko in 1874 and moved to Reno in 1885. In 1931, during the depression, Nevada legalized gambling. Las Vegas is known internationally for its opulent casinos and as an entertainment destination. Nevada is also home to the Hoover Dam, which was the single largest public works project in the history of the United States.