Spanish Springs, NV

Population: 16,091 livability score shield

Key findings

  • Spanish Springs has a Livability Score of 72/100, which is considered excellent
  • Spanish Springs crime rates are 29% lower than the Nevada average
  • Cost of living in Spanish Springs is 13% higher than the Nevada average
  • Spanish Springs real estate prices are 43% higher than the Nevada average
  • Rental prices in Spanish Springs are 47% higher than the Nevada average

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      Spanish Springs Nevada: Pros and Cons
      Attractions7/10
      Community8/10
      Nightlife6/10
      Dining6/10
      Shopping7/10
      My husband and I recently moved to Spanish Springs, but so far, we have really liked it. While there are older areas in Spanish Springs, a lot of the area has been recently developed. Everything we need is easily accessible within Spanish Springs. One thing we enjoy most about living here is that it has a small-town feel, however you can be to Sparks/Reno within a few minutes.

      I will say however, that there are a few negative aspects to living here. Spanish Springs is located in the desert, and it is, often times, pretty windy in the area causing dust and dirt to constantly feel the air. Additionally, the summers are miserably hot. That being said, the other seasons can’t be beat. I especially enjoy winter here. A few times a year we get a lot of snow, which I love; but, I also love when it melts, and it often is melted within a couple days’ time; allowing me to enjoy the snow without having to constantly live with it.
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      Source: The Spanish Springs, NV data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).