Enterprise is an unincorporated community in the Las Vegas Valley in Clark County, Nevada, United States. It was established on December 17, 1996. Like other unincorporated cities in the Las Vegas Valley, it uses the Las Vegas ZIP codes within its borders for addresses.
On 17 December 1996, Enterprise was established as an unincorporated city in response to a petition from residents who hoped it would help maintain the semi-rural identity of the town. This was achieved by neighboring Henderson to avoid annexation. Immediately after that, the commissioners of Clark County voted to add about five square miles of land to the adjacent Spring Valley, including the master-planned Rhodes Ranch and a regional park that was created.
Both governmental and nongovernmental citizens opposed the annexation because they had no say in the referendum.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Enterprise’s census-designated site (CDP) (which does not precisely correspond with the city boundaries) has an average area of 46.51 square miles (120.5 km2). Enterprise is the place of the planned Mountain ‘s Edge and the Southern Highlands communities. Enterprise is bordered to the north by Spring Valley, to the east by Paradise, to the south by Henderson, to the south by Sloan and to the west by Blue Diamond. The city has a boundary line mainly w ith Sunset Road, mainly Bermuda Road to the east, St. Rose Parkway to the southeast, and mainly the Union Pacific Railroad tracks to the southwest.
Enterprise is also the region where the Las Vegas Strip is located, where some of the greatest things to do in Enterprise NV are found.