The Nevada State Demographer's Office serves the State of Nevada and the public at large by producing annual population estimates; total population projections; and age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin estimates and projections.
The Census is the most comprehensive source for information on our population and its characteristics such as age, income, occupation, as well as housing information. Locations to view Census Data in either electronic format (cd’s), paper, or through the internet include:
Your local library
The various community college and university libraries across the state
Census Tract Maps – The Census Bureau has made Census Tract maps available for downloading at this link. The maps are basic tract maps and are in Adobe Acrobat. Clicking on the link will take you to the site with maps for all 50 states. More detailed maps for Nevada are available for purchase from the Center for Regional Studies. Please call (775) 784-1771 for more information on purchasing.
If you are needing specific data for a geographic unit or topic you are interested in, you might try the Census Bureau’s American FactFinder site. To facilitate finding data on the Census Bureau’s website we have created A Guide to Getting Census data. While the specific screen shots may not be current, the general steps will assist you in getting data from American FactFinder.
The following two links will take you to released Census Data:
Census 2000 Redistricting (Public Law 94_171) Summary File will lead you to American FactFinder tables for Nevada. It is a good link if you are needing information about Nevada’s Cities and Towns. Be sure to click on the Geography tab under the selection menu.
Census 2000 Data for the State of Nevada presents a set of summary tables for the State detailing Racial and Ethnic information to the County and City level. The formats are Adobe Acrobat and Excel tables.