Projected water shortage
Lake Mead—which provides 90 percent of Southern Nevada's water supply—just hit its lowest level since being filled in the 1930s. With a federal water shortage declaration expected later this summer, water conservation has taken on a new sense of urgency. Find out what you can do.
Pay your bill without leaving your car
Now you can make payments without leaving the cool comfort of your car by using the new LVVWD drive-up kiosk! Like our outdoor walk-up kiosk, the drive-up kiosk is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Visit either kiosk at 1001 S. Valley View Blvd.
Time-of-day watering restrictions 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.
Overwatering and watering at the wrong time wastes water, our desert community’s most precious resource. Avoid hefty water waste fines—change your watering clock to comply with seasonal watering restrictions. It's the law!
2021 water quality reports
Each year, the Las Vegas Valley Water District produces a water quality report for each of our service areas. Our drinking water meets or surpasses all federal Safe Drinking Water Act standards. View the 2021 water quality reports for an overview of your water sources and quality.
New watering days for some customers. Same water service.
Watering days for some Las Vegas Valley Water District customers are changing beginning Sept. 1, when fall water restrictions go in to effect. Check your address to see if you've been assigned new days to water your landscape.
Concerned about paying your bill? We can help.
As of September 1, 2020, normal billing collections and processes for delinquent and past due accounts are in place. We are continuing to work with customers facing financial hardships to establish payment arrangements.