Relocating To Southern Nevada

unlv-imageSince 2000, nearly 600,000 new people have relocated to Southern Nevada. The Las Vegas metropolitan area has much to offer new residents. Tired of shoveling snow or driving in the rain? On average, Las Vegas enjoys 292 days of sunshine each year. Las Vegas has very mild, snow-free winters. Those who enjoy winter sports are not left out though as nearby Mount Charleston is home to a ski and snowboard resort. Ski resorts in Utah and California are only a few hours away by car, also.

Las Vegas also offers much for families. The Clark County School District is home to several nationally recognized schools. Parents in Nevada have many educational options including private, charter, magnet, and online schools. The Las Vegas Academy of the Arts, for example, is a public magnet high school with programs in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts. The Advanced Technologies Academy, another public magnet high school, features technology programs focused on computer science, information technology, graphic design as well as law and finance.

There are several recreational activities during the summer months. Thousands of acres of parks featuring playgrounds, walking paths, running tracks, splash parks, and swimming pools are ready to be enjoyed. Multigenerational centers offer recreation for children, parents, and grandparents. All designed to make Las
Vegas a home for the whole family.

For those of you that are looking into our corner of the world for your next home, and are considering relocating to Nevada, we have prepared the page of carefully screened links for all the information you could want and need. You can research our valley for schools, utilities, consumer information, clubs, crime statistics and much more. Please feel free to investigate our home here in Las Vegas to see if it would be a good fit for you and your family.