These Are The 10 Worst Neighborhoods In Henderson For 2018


We used data and science to identify the neighborhoods in Henderson that are the real pits.

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Henderson’s neighborhoods conjure up too many stereotypes to count. You’ve got hipster areas, preppy places, neighborhoods where college kids thrive, and of course, ghettos.

It seems as if there’s a neighborhood for everyone in Henderson.

And while the city consistently ranks as one of the best places to live in the country thanks in part to a strong economy and tons of entertainment, it’s not all rainbows and sunshine in Henderson. Some neighborhoods aren’t as great as others.

So the question arises, which Henderson neighborhoods are the worst, and which are the best?

Today, we’ll use science and data to determine which Henderson hoods need a little tender loving care – the sore thumbs of the Henderson area if you will. Realistically, you can’t expect all the neighborhoods to be amazing, although Anthem ranks way above the rest.

We examined 23 of Henderson’s neighborhoods to find out the worst places to live. These ten places don’t quite measure up to Henderson’s reputation:

  1. Townsite
  2. Midway
  3. Valley View
  4. Pittman
  5. Clark County
  6. Whitney Ranch
  7. Foothills
  8. Gibson Springs
  9. West Henderson
  10. Highland Hills

Read on to see how we determined the places around Henderson that need a pick-me-up. And remember, don’t blame the messenger.

Once you’re done, you can look at the bottom of the story for a complete chart of every neighborhood we looked at from worst to best.

And if you’re looking for something more national, check out the worst cities in America or the most dangerous cities in America.

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How we determined the worst Henderson hoods

To figure out how bad a place is to live in, we only needed to know what kinds of things people like and then decide what places have the least amount of those things. We threw the following criteria into this analysis in order to get the best, most complete results possible. We used this set of criteria for each neighborhood in Henderson:

  • High unemployment (Less jobs)
  • Low median income (Less pay)
  • Low population density (No things to do)
  • Low home values (No one’s willing to pay to live here)
  • High crime (Estimated)

Then, we ranked each neighborhood in Henderson for each of these criteria from worst to best.

Next, we averaged the individual rankings for each criteria into a “Worst Score”.

The neighborhood with the lowest “Worst Score” ranks as the worst neighborhood of Henderson.

Read on below to learn more about these terrible places around Henderson to live. Or skip to the end to see the list of all 23 neighborhoods ranked from worst to best.

This list is a scientific analysis based on real data and is completely unbiased. Hold on to your pants.

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1. Townsite

Population: 5,419
Median Income: $41,400
Median Home Value: $91,850

2. Midway

Population: 2,425
Median Income: $60,324
Median Home Value: $127,100

3. Valley View

Population: 13,304
Median Income: $40,622
Median Home Value: $111,783

4. Pittman

Population: 9,484
Median Income: $48,615
Median Home Value: $124,378

5. Clark County

Population: 521
Median Income: $69,508
Median Home Value: $144,700

6. Whitney Ranch

Population: 11,158
Median Income: $58,799
Median Home Value: $118,900

7. Foothills

Population: 5,938
Median Income: $66,972
Median Home Value: $208,450

8. Gibson Springs

Population: 12,874
Median Income: $60,643
Median Home Value: $170,089

9. West Henderson

Population: 6,585
Median Income: $67,123
Median Home Value: $202,850

10. Highland Hills

Population: 10,115
Median Income: $61,865
Median Home Value: $141,600

The ‘hoods around Henderson that are really hoods

Well there you have it — the worst of the neighborhoods in Henderson with Townsite landing at the bottom of the pack.

As we mentioned earlier, the neighborhoods in Henderson aren’t all bad. Anthem takes the cake as the best place to live in Henderson.

We ranked the neighborhoods from worst to best in the chart below.

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Detailed List Of The Worst Henderson Neighborhoods

Neighborhood Rank Population Median Income Median Home Values
Townsite 1 5,419 $41,400 $91,850
Midway 2 2,425 $60,324 $127,100
Valley View 3 13,304 $40,622 $111,783
Pittman 4 9,484 $48,615 $124,378
Clark County 5 521 $69,508 $144,700
Whitney Ranch 6 11,158 $58,799 $118,900
Foothills 7 5,938 $66,972 $208,450
Gibson Springs 8 12,874 $60,643 $170,089
West Henderson 9 6,585 $67,123 $202,850
Highland Hills 10 10,115 $61,865 $141,600
River Mountain 11 11,411 $69,680 $174,790
Black Mountain 12 6,573 $65,446 $163,800
Mission Hills 13 4,578 $73,516 $201,000
Green Valley North 14 37,428 $64,507 $173,856
Mccullough Hills 15 12,974 $64,125 $216,543
Green Valley South 16 23,232 $81,239 $202,932
Calico Ridge 17 1,138 $80,214 $289,700
Paradise Hills 18 11,079 $87,308 $220,700
Macdonald Ranch 19 13,329 $81,641 $296,291
Lake Las Vegas 20 2,052 $87,331 $338,100
Westgate 21 21,472 $82,729 $266,938
Green Valley Ranch 22 16,110 $87,081 $272,060
Anthem 23 20,193 $89,231 $379,765

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