Nevada White Pages, United States

Nevada achieved its statehood during the civil war, earning it the moniker of “Battle-born State.” However, the state is known for its flexible laws and the abundance of silver and gold. You can find someone in Nevada by searching the Nevada white pages with their phone number. 

Generally, the online phonebook lets you see the name, address, phone type, and mobile carrier of that phone number. Besides these, you can obtain public records on that person, including arrest, criminal, court, and property records. The information you get on the Nevada white pages lets you reconnect with old friends but, more importantly, protects you from phone scams in the state.  

Nevada At A Glance

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  • Admitted Into The Union — October 31, 1864 (36th) 
  • Capital: Carson City
  • Population: 3.1 million (2021)
  • Size: 110,572 square miles (7th largest)
  • Nicknames: The Silver State, Battle-Born State, Sagebrush State, 
  • Motto: “All for Our Country”
  • State Tree: Single-Leaf Piñon and Bristlecone Pine
  • State Flower: Sagebrush
  • State Bird: Mountain Bluebird

10 Quick Facts About Nevada

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  • Despite its status as a hotspot for gambling, Nevada does not have a state lottery — one of six US states that do not have state lotteries. 
  • Nevada was the first US state to ratify the 15th Amendment — the legislation empowered African American men to vote. 
  • Nevada leads in silver mining in the US — earning Nevada the name of “Silver State.”
  • The state is also the fourth-largest producer of gold globally and home to 3 of the top 10 gold mines in the United States. 
  • Area 51 is located at Groom Lake, Nevada. The area, operated by the US military, has been linked with alien theories and military secrets. 
  • Nevada has the most hotel rooms in the world.
  • The 6.6 million tons of concrete used to build the Hoover Dam can construct a two-way highway from San Francisco, California, to New York City. 
  • Nevada is corporate or individual tax-free. 
  • The Pershing County Courthouse is the first perfectly round courthouse in the United States — there are only two of such round courthouses. 
  • Nevada has the most casinos in America. The Nevada Gaming Control Board reported 466 casinos in January 2021. 

Largest cities or towns in Nevada

Las VegasWhitneySpring Creek
HendersonPahrumpGardnerville Ranchos
RenoWinchesterCold Springs
North Las VegasSummerlin SouthDayton
Spring ValleyMesquiteIncline Village
Sunrise ManorSun ValleyLaughlin
SparksBoulder CityMoapa Valley
Carson CitySpanish SpringsGardnerville