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- Population: 8,300
- County Population 26,000
- Located near Fallon Naval Air Station, home of the Navy's "Top Gun" school
Surrounded by high desert plains, it is a region full of green fields, fertile pastures and sparkling rivers and lakes. Fallon offers a warm hometown atmosphere and an economic climate where businesses can prosper.
At an elevation of 3,965 feet, slightly lower than the surrounding high desert landscape, Fallon enjoys a temperate climate. The area's main agricultural crops continue to be alfalfa and award-winning Hearts of Gold cantaloupes. Dairy cows and other livestock are also prevalent in the county.
Located near Reno and Lake Lahontan, water sports are part of the many outdoor recreational activities in the Northern Nevada area, and residents can enjoy hunting, fishing, and boating as part of the year-round recreation.
Fallon's prime location in western central Nevada also offers easy access to the Western State region, with close proximity to Idaho, California, Oregon and Utah. Thanks to the temperate climate, excellent transportation network, moderate cost of living, highly rated educational environments, and favorable tax structure, Fallon is a great place to work and play.
Banner Health hospitals in Fallon: