About Clark County, Nevada

Clark County was established February 5, 1908 honoring the U.S. Senator, William A. Clark from Montana. He is also known famously for building the Railroads for San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake. The size of Clark County is 7,881 square miles, comparable to the area of Massachusetts.

Clark County is one of the fastest growing county in the nation, with an expanding population of over 1.9 million. Inhabitants of Clark County enjoy a low tax rate including no state income tax, a flourishing business climate, great weather, friendly people and many different types of recreational activities. Real Estate in Clark County has appreciated greatly in recent years.

Clark County contains Las Vegas, known as the Entertainment Capital of the World, and 14 of the nation's 15 largest hotels. The famous Las Vegas Strip hosts many of the 35 million tourists who come to the Las Vegas valley each year to enjoy world-class entertainment and hospitality, conventions, splendid casinos, fine restaurants and dazzling array of shopping venues.

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