Incline Village is a census-designated place (CDP) on the north shore of Lake Tahoe in the state of Nevada with 8,491 people. The city is located in Washoe County, Nevada, United States. Incline Village city is part of the Reno−Sparks Metropolitan Statistical Area. The area was established in 1882. It started as home to Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company (SNW&L) that operated on the northeast side of Lake Tahoe. The company supplied timber for the mines during the mining boom in the late 1800s in Virginia City. Timber around Lake Tahoe was placed 1,400 feet (430 m) high on an incline railway and then dropped by a gravity flume down the western side of mountain to a 3000 ft tunnel to Carson City. Today, the city has some of the most expensive real estate in the United States.
The median age for Incline Village residents is 51.1 years.
The median household income for Incline Village city residents is $93,507.
The median home value in Incline Village city is $826,700.
Incline Village city racial/ethnic groups are White (77.6%) followed by Hispanic (17.3%), Asian (1.7%), African American (0.3%), Native American (0.3%), Asian (2.2%), Pacific Islander (0.1%), and some other race (8.1%).
City racial/ethnic groups are White (44.2%) followed by Hispanic (32.9%) and Black (11.6%).
Las Vegas racial/ethnic groups are White (44.2%) followed by Hispanic (32.9%) and Black (11.6%).
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