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Mandatory fall watering restrictions are in effect

A water shortage on the Colorado River means it's more important than ever to conserve water. From Sept. 1 through Oct. 31, mandatory fall watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to three assigned days per week. As always, sprinkler watering on Sundays is prohibited.

Not sure when to water? Find your watering days.

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New watering days for some customers. Same water service.

Some customers in parts of the valley will have new assigned watering days as of Sept. 1, 2021. Check your address to see if you've been assigned new days to water your landscape.

Find your watering days and group.

Mountains reflected on the surface of Lake Mead.

Water shortage declared

The federal government has issued a water shortage declaration on the Colorado River, reducing the amount of water Southern Nevada can withdraw from Lake Mead—which provides 90 percent of Southern Nevada's water supply. 

Water conservation remains our community’s easiest and most effective way to combat drought. Find out what you can do.

Customer service

The LVVWD customer service lobby is closed until further notice. Our walk-up and drive-up payment kiosks located outside the lobby remain available for customer use 24 hours a day. Our call center is open Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

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The LVVWD Board of Directors meets on the first Tuesday of every month, excluding special meetings. Meetings are broadcast on the home page.