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Las Vegas Valley Water District - Official Web Site
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LVVWD Official Web Site
Over the next few months you may notice a change to your tap water's clarity due to the presence of tiny air bubbles. This is caused by the introduction of well water to augment Lake Mead supplies and meet our peak summer demand.
While this may impact your water's appearance, it does not affect water safety.
Learn more about cloudy water raquo;
Summer watering tips
Eliminating just one day of landscape watering per week can save millions of gallons of water during the hot summer months.
Landscapes can stay healthy and look great with less water. Check out this video to find out how.
Water quality report
Summer watering tips
Let us serve you
Find the resources and information you need:
High water bill?
Contact Customer Services
Household leaks waste precious water and money. Follow these tips to find the hidden water wasters. Find and fix leaks raquo;
Development frasl; Construction
View bid opportunities for construction projects and goods and services.
Bid Opportunities raquo;
Call before you dig
Contractors and homeowners are required by law to call 811 at least two days before digging to have local utilities mark underground lines. Call 811 raquo;
Frequently Asked Questions
Our FAQs can assist engineers, contractors, property owners, developers and public agencies with their projects. FAQs raquo;
About our Board
The LVVWD Board of Directors meets on the first Tuesday of every month, excluding special meetings. Meetings are broadcast on the home page.
Board of Directors
View agendas and minutes
At the Springs Preserve
The Springs Preserve is the premier place in Las Vegas to explore the valley's vibrant history through interactive science and nature exhibits, botanical gardens, hiking, trails and live animal shows.
Upcoming Events and Programs:
Playing with Light
Father's Day BBQ
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Las Vegas Valley Water District
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1001 South Valley View Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89153