Much more than just a suburb of its southern neighbor, North Las Vegas
is a separate city, the fourth largest (by population) in Nevada. Decatur Blvd forms the western boundary, while the newly extended Bruce Woodbury Parkway
(Hwy 215) runs close to the northern edge, a fast developing area where new housing estates are gradually pushing towards the foothills of the Las Vegas Range. Most facilities in the city are towards the east, along the I-15 corridor and the northern end of Las Vegas Blvd, and close to Nellis Air Force Base
. One popular attraction is Las Vegas Motor Speedway
, built at the edge of the desert beside I-15 exit 54. Most of North Las Vegas is residential, the housing estates separated by a few city parks, business districts and patches of as yet undeveloped land.
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