Considering Vegas Graphics is a Las Vegas web design company, we thought you would like to know some of the most common questions about the very city we call home; Las Vegas.
(Q.) What's the average temperature in Las Vegas?
(A.) Although people often refer to Las Vegas as hot place to live, most of the time, it's quite nice. Las Vegas’ yearly temperature average is 67. We found the best times to visit Las Vegas is during the months of February, March, April, May, September, October, November.
(Q.) What's the population of Las Vegas?
(A.) According to the United States Census Bureau, the estimated population for Clark County, Nevada in 2007 was 1,836,333 people. In the whole state of Nevada it is 2,565,382. Despite recent economic conditions, it still remains one of the (10) fastest growing populations.
(Q.) Who handles the general marketing of "Las Vegas"?
(A.) Las Vegas tourism marketing and promotion are handled by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, a public agency that also operates the Las Vegas Convention Center, Cashman Center, and Cashman Field.
(Q.) Who are Las Vegas' city council members?
(A.) Las Vegas has 7 city counsel members, they are:
- Oscar B. Goodman (Mayor and Council member at Large)
- Gary Reese (Mayor Pro-Tem and 3rd Ward Council member)
- Lois Tarkanian (1st Ward Council member)
- Steve Wolfson, Esq (2nd Ward Council member)
- David W. Steinman (4th Ward Council member)
- Ricki Barlow (5th Ward Council member)
- Steven D. Ross (6th Ward Council member)
(Q.) How's the education in Las Vegas?
(A.) Las Vegas has the fifth largest public school district in the nation which is provided by the Clark County School District (CCSD). Two major colleges within Las Vegas include University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) and Clark County Community College of Southern Nevada (CCSN)
(Q.) What forms of Transportation are there in Las Vegas?
(A.) CAT bus (Citizens Area Transit) is a popular choice of day-to-day commuting for locals. The Las Vegas Monorail is a tourist transportation favorite and runs from the MGM Grand Hotel at the south end of the Strip to the Sahara Hotel at the north end of the Strip.
(Q.) What are Las Vegas’ neighboring communities?
(A.) Some of the most populated neighboring communities around Las Vegas include:
Rancho Sierra Estates
Lake Las Vegas