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Latest Rural Nevada Industry Feature
Spotlight on Rural Nevada: A Snapshot of the Silver State’s Frontier
By Doresa Banning
Originally published: https://www.nevadabusiness.com/2019/03/spotlight-on-rural-nevada/
Nevada’s rural areas often get outshone or out-reported by their larger urban counterparts, which is an oversight for at least two reasons. One, the state is primarily rural, defined by statute as cities and towns with a population under 150,000 people. Second, the rural regions warrant mention in their own right regarding business and economic development, as many are doing well despite their inherent limitations, such as smaller size, remoteness and more. That’s not to say these communities don’t have areas needing improvement; each has its own set on which it’s working.
Here are some snapshots of rural Nevada today. [Read the full story.]
Recent Rural Nevada Industry Features
Slow & Steady: Economic Development in Rural Nevada From McDermitt and Montello in the north to Laughlin in the south, Nevada’s rural cities struggle to foster economic development but desperately need it. Each locale differs, in terms of primary economic sectors, natural assets and location for instance. [Read More]
Rural Nevada: All Boom No Bust: The price of gold has been hovering around $1,300 an ounce lately, down more than 25 percent from its peak of over $1,800 in 2011. In times past, that would have been a sure signal for the bottom to fall out of the economy in many of Nevada’s rural counties. [Read More]
Legal Opinions 2016: A Resource for Doing Business in Nevada: Northern Nevada Development Authority (NNDA) supports and enhances efforts to develop business within the Sierra Region, which includes Carson City, Churchill County, Douglas County, Lyon County and Storey County. [Read More]
Rural Nevada Industry Resources
Rural Nevada Development Corporation (RNDC): A 501(c) 3 non-profit development corporation formed in January 1992 to serve the fifteen (15) rural counties, rural Clark and Washoe counties, and the twenty-seven (27) Native American tribes of Nevada.
Nevada Small Business Development Center: A statewide resource for business assistance, providing a unique array of services, expertise and training in all areas including starting, growth, and development of a business.