Nevada Solar Group, a solar installation company in Spring Valley NV, presents this handy resource guide for the Spring Valley area. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Spring Valley’s census-designated site (CDP) (which does not necessarily correspond with the municipal boundaries) has a total area of 33.4 sq mi (87 km2), all land.
Spring Valley ‘s prevailing borders are Sahara Avenue to the north, Decatur Boulevard to the east, Warm Springs Road to the south and Hualapai Way to the west.
The city consists mainly of residential subdivisions, with strip malls lining the wide boulevards linking suburban Las Vegas with the Strip. The northern part of Spring Valley contains rural-state zoning zones, with large tracts of land occupying 1⁄64 square mile (40,000 m2) blocks.
Today, the economy of Spring Valley continues to expand thanks to the foundation that was laid during its establishment. It has a well-connected road network to other areas of Las Vegas, just about 10 minutes from the popular Las Vegas strip, and home to some of Clark County’s most beautiful neighborhoods, NV, making it a desirable and nice place to live in.
Small businesses prosper due to government help as well as the healthy local economy that gives the people a high purchasing power.