300+ DAYS OF SUNSHINE PER YEAR
The Mesquite region has one of the finest climates in the nation, which is best described as warm and dry. There is nothing quite like a Nevada sunrise and sunset. The climate here is one of Mesquite’s many outstanding features.
The warmest month of the year is July with an average maximum temperature of 99.99 degrees Fahrenheit, while the coldest month of the year is December with an average minimum temperature of 29.90 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperature variations between night and day tend to be relatively big during summer with a difference that can reach 33 degrees Fahrenheit, and moderate during winter with an average difference of 29 degrees Fahrenheit. The annual average precipitation at Mesquite is 9 Inches. Rainfall is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year. The wettest month of the year is January with an average rainfall of 0.95 inches.
Universities and Colleges:
College of Southern Nevada (Mesquite Campus)
- CSN Fall 2015 Course Schedule Mesquite & Moapa
- “Cost break down for tuition is $84.50 per credit, $5.50 per credit for tech fee and $9.00 per credit for Surcharge fee. Therefore, a 3 credit class would cost: $297.00” – Darlene Montague, Mesquite Campus Coordinator
UNLV, Las Vegas – 85 miles
Southern Utah University, Cedar City – 85 miles
Dixie State College, St. George – 37 miles
Mohave County Community College – 61 miles
University of Phoenix – 37 miles
University of Nevada, Cooperative Extension/Logandale – 45 miles
A progressive and friendly community on the Nevada-Arizona border, Mesquite brings in visitors and commerce by way of Interstate 15. Snowbirds and visitors seeking sunshine and great winter weather come from Canada and regions north. Visitors from California and Las Vegas come to Mesquite to experience small-town life.
Many of the residents discover this desert oasis when they come to Mesquite to play golf, attend a convention, or while seeking the 24-hour fun Nevada gaming provides.
Mesquite has become a magnet for outdoor recreationists seeking spectacular trails for ATV’s, biking, hiking and walking. It is their Nevada base camp when venturing out on day trips to take in the National Parks of Zion, Bryce and Grand Canyon.
Mesquite has long been known as an escape for gaming fun and day spa treatments, the sports tourism component is thriving. Mesquite hosts championship sporting events, tournaments and sports camps for softball, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, rugby, football, boxing and others.
Beautiful landscaped trail systems connect parks, field and a 56,000 square foot recreation center with outdoor pools, slides and splash pads. Palm tree-line medians and sculpted subdivisions provide an instant luxury resort feel.
For golfers, Mesquite has seven (7) championship courses including the nationally-ranked Wolf Creek Golf Club. For seniors and juniors there is a 9-hole executive course at Coyote Willows Golf Course. That’s one tee-box for every 235 residents.
Mesa View Regional Hospital is a 25-bed, critical access hospital, accredited by The Joint Commission. The skilled and professional staff offers award-winning, quality healthcare services with patient-focused care. Mesa View Regional provides a full range of inpatient and outpatient care; diagnostic imaging; and emergency, medical and surgical care. The hospital also offers a Total Joint Replacement program.
Assisted Care Facility:
Hospitals & Medical Facilities:
Advanced Hearing & Balance Specialists
Advanced Wound Care
Canyonlands Community Healthcare
Coral Desert Orthopaedics
Dixie Ophthalmic Specialists
Foot and Ankle Institute, Inc.
Mesa View Regional Hospital
Mesquite Women’s Clinic
Virgin Valley Medical
A Caring Hand Home Care and Hospice
Cottonwood Clinical Services
FIT Physical Therapy
Mesa View Home Care
Mesa View Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
Mesquite Medical Associates
Mesquite Cancer HELP Society
Mesquite Mental Health Center
Mesquite Physical Therapy/Mesa View Physical Rehabilitation LLC
Oasis Chiropractic Center
Southern Nevada Health District
Virgin Valley Home Care and Hospice
The Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery & Center provides a venue for artistic culture and education in the Virgin Valley. The Virgin Valley Artists Association (VVAA), a non-profit volunteer organization, are administrators of the Gallery & Center and support the venue through Our Mission:
- To advance and promote the arts for all age groups and cultures in the community and surrounding area.
- To provide a place for all local artists, crafters and everyone with interests in the arts to learn, develop, share and display their talents.
- To help with funding, planning and operating a state-of-the-art fine arts facility in Mesquite.
Address: 15 W Mesquite Blvd, Mesquite, NV 89027
Phone: (702) 346.1338
Mesquite Community Theatre strives to provide live theatrical entertainment to the Mesquite region that is a cut above traditional community theater fare. To this end, MCT will engage with the community and will work diligently to attract the best talent, producing a rich blend of entertaining, challenging and, occasionally, thought-provoking work.
Address: 150 N Yucca Street, Mesquite, NV 89027
Phone: (702) 345-4499
The Virgin Valley Heritage Museum sits as a tribute to the early pioneer settlers of the Virgin Valley. Rich with a deep pioneer heritage full of strength, devotion, hardships, sacrifice, and hope, the museum helps visitors to not only understand the pioneer way of life but helps them to connect with the very pioneers that settled this great valley.
The original purpose of the building was to serve the community as a library and museum. It served as the Mesquite branch of the Clark County Library for about a year. The town then made the decision that a medical facility was needed more than a library. With the $35 donation from each family in town, Dr. Gilbert and Bertha Howe, a registered nurse, went to Las Vegas and bought the medical supplies necessary to open the hospital. The library building was then converted and used as the hospital and only medical facility in town until 1977. After being closed for a few years, it was used as a Boy Scout meeting hall. In 1984, the newly incorporated City of Mesquite reclaimed it and designated it a museum to house the historical treasures of the Virgin Valley.
Please visit the Virgin Valley Heritage Museum to experience a taste of the rich pioneer heritage that makes up this great area.