Spring Valley is an unincorporated town and census-designated place and part of Las Vegas Township in Clark County, Nevada, United States, located 2 miles (3 km) west of the Las Vegas Strip. The population was 178,395 at the 2010 census. Spring Valley was formed in May, 1981
The land was previously occupied by Stardust International Raceway. Pardee Homes purchased the land in the mid-1970s and began developing a master-planned housing community called Spring Valley. The community was named by Doug Pardee and sales manager Jack Whiteman, in reference to its views of the Spring Mountains and its location in the Las Vegas Valley.In 1981, residents grouped together to solicit the Clark County Commission to create an unincorporated town, which it did that May. The town originally encompassed 1 square mile (3 km2), but now occupies much of the southwest quarter of the Las Vegas Valley, totaling 33.4 square miles (90 km2).
Desert Breeze Park located in Spring Valley, Nevada is one of the largest parks in the Clark County park system. The regional park is a 240-acre facility.
Dessert Breeze is the host for many events, including Bite of Las Vegas. Desert Breeze park offers a dog run, basketball courts, soccer field, skate park and other amenities.
The primary boundaries of Spring Valley are:
Sahara to the North
Decatur to the East
Warm Springs to the South (Large portion of Rhodes Ranch is within Spring Valley)
Hauwalapi to the West
The Spring Valley Chamber of Commerce was found in December 2008 by Darby O. Johnson Jr..
The primary focus of SVCC is to promote the growth of the business community in Spring Valley.
The SVCC can assist with business referrals, networking opportunities, funding resources and more.
Volunteer with the SVCC and enhance your businesses visibility. Contact us today and tell us about your unique skill that would benefit the SVCC. Email to SpringValleyChamber@Yahoo.com
1st annual family fun day planned for the first weekend of August 2019.
Event will be held at Desert Breeze Pool. Promote your business in our swag bags. More information to come.
Your support will allow us to promote the SVCC website through Facebook ads and other sources. Collective effort would benefit all participating businesses.
The SVCC newsletter will be available at numerous businesses throughout Spring Valley. Advertising opportunities available.
Call with questions: (702) 277-5200
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