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Time-of-day watering restrictions are in effect

Through Aug. 31, mandatory watering restrictions prohibit landscape irrigation between the hours of 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Watering on Sundays is always prohibited.

A water shortage on the Colorado River means it's more important than ever to conserve water, so ramp up irrigation slowly! The impulse to crank up landscape watering is strong when temperatures get hotter. In early summer, when nights are still cool, gradually increase your sprinkler watering from three days to four. From there, keep an eye on your landscape and increase watering only as needed into June, July and August.

Cloudy water explained

Have you noticed your tap water looking cloudy or white? It's all due to tiny air bubbles introduced when we add water from our underground aquifers into our water supply to meet peak demands in the summertime. The trapped air does not affect safety or water quality and it won't harm your plumbing system. 

Find more frequently asked questions about water quality.

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2024 water quality reports

High-quality drinking water that's healthy and hydrating matters to you and your family. Delivering it to you is our priority.

Each year, the Las Vegas Valley Water District produces a water quality report for each of our service areas. Water delivered by LVVWD meets or surpasses all State of Nevada and Federal Safe Drinking Water Act standards.

View the 2024 water quality reports for an overview of your water sources and quality.

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Don't miss out on Water Smart Landscape rebates!

Get your landscape looking great while conserving water! The Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) will rebate single-family residential properties $5 per square foot of grass removed* and replaced with desert landscaping up to the first 10,000 square feet converted. *For homeowners only. Project must be completed in 2024. A portion of these funds are from state and federal grants.

Earn even more cash! The SNWA Tree Enhancement Program pays new participants a bonus of $100 for every new tree installed (up to 100 percent canopy coverage).

Learn more at snwa.com.

Watering tips
Watering Tips: Save at least $300 a year on your water bill by following the seasonal watering restrictions.
Water grass for a recommended 12 minutes total on your assigned watering days. Plants and trees on drip irrigation require much less water than grass. Get watering tips and find your watering days.
Follow the seasonal watering restrictions. Change your watering clock each season to your assigned day(s). It's the law.
Upgrade your water-thirsty grass to a vibrant, water-smart landscape and get a rebate from the SNWA. This can reduce your outdoor water use by up to 75 percent!