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Las Vegas Demographics

The population of Las Vegas is estimated at 558,383
There are 209,959 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $54,357
People who live in Las Vegas use the area code 702 (Find any phone number in Las Vegas here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Las Vegas

Jerry Lewis, Liberace, Wayne Newton, Robert Goulet, Debbie Reynolds, Barry Manilow, Bette Midler, Smokey Robinson, David Copperfield, Tony Curtis, Don Rickles, Buddy Hacket, Allen King, Louis Prima, and Andre Agassi.

Las Vegas History - Important Notes

In the early 1900's, Las Vegas was known for offering "quickie divorces". After living in the city for just 6 weeks, people would be eligible to become official residents and obtain a fast divorce.

Construction on the Hoover Dam began in 1931, and led to a large boost in the local population.

The first casino in Las Vegas was built in 1906: the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino

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Things to do in Las Vegas

Try your luck at one of the many Las Vegas Casinos
Enjoy an exciting Las Vegas show
Get your adrenalin pumping on a Las Vegas thrill ride
Check out some of the incredible Las Vegas Nightclubs
Take an extended tour of Las Vegas
Marry your sweetheart at a Las Vegas Chapel

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Las Vegas

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McCarran International Airport
Cashman Field Convention Center
Eiffel Tower
Little White Wedding Chapel
University of Southern Nevada
Chapman University
Town Square Las Vegas
Sam Boyd Stadium
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority

Address:

5757 Wayne Newton Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
850 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89101
3655 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
1301 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104
2345 Red Rock St, Las Vegas, NV 89146
302 Carson Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101
6605 Las Vegas Blvd S, Unit 201, Las Vegas, NV 89119
7000 East Russell Road, Las Vegas, NV 89122
4505 S Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89154
3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone Number:

702-261-5211
702-386-7100
702-948-6937
702-475-3646
702-940-5428
702-386-0107
702-269-5005
702-386-7100
702-895-3761
702-527-1978

About Las Vegas

A European explorer named Rafael Rivera was the first known non-native to set foot on a lush valley in Nevada in 1829. He named the area Las Vegas, which means "The Meadow". The first settlement in Las Vegas was a fort built by the Mormons in 1855. The group didn't stay long, however, and the fort was left empty a few years later.

In the late 1800's, precious minerals were found near Las Vegas, which led to the establishment of a large mining industry. People began to move there, and by 1905 it was officially declared to be a city. Nevada was the first state to make casino style gambling, which gave the city even more appeal. The first major Hotel/Casino was built by Tommy Hull in 1941.

The gangster known as "Bugsy" Siegel played an important part in turning Las Vegas into such a well known gambling destination. He established the Flamingo Hotel in 1946, which opened its doors on New Year's Eve. During the 1950's, the gambling industry boomed and many new resorts were built on the Las Vegas strip. Between the entertainers who performed each night, the tourist who went looking for 'lady luck' and the lavish accommodations, Vegas became a prime destination for people all over the world. The famous 'Sin City' nickname didn't hurt business either.

Some people claim that the legalization of casino style gambling in Atlantic City, New Jersey was what led to the construction of the huge resorts in Las Vegas. During the 1980's these mega-casinos and hotels began to appear along the new downtown Vegas strip. Today millions of people visit Las Vegas every year, and enjoy the many wonders the city has to offer.