Kyle Canyon water quality
The Las Vegas Valley Water District produces an annual water quality report for Kyle Canyon water customers. The Water District tests for more than 100 substances, but only those detected in Kyle Canyon's drinking water are listed on the report's Test Results page.
- Kyle Canyon Water Quality Report | Printable Kyle Canyon report
- Kyle Canyon Water Quality Report (archive)
Water analysis and source water assessment
To view a more detailed water analysis or the Safe Drinking Water Act source water assessment for Kyle Canyon, use the links below. Data reported in 2019 was collected in 2018.
- Echo Wells Water Quality Summary | Printable Echo Wells summary
- Rainbow Well Water Quality Summary | Printable Rainbow Well summary
- Kyle Canyon Source Water Assessment
Because Kyle Canyon's water supply is protected within the principal groundwater aquifer, it doesn't require the level of treatment associated with surface water sources.
Once pumped from the aquifer, the water is disinfected with chlorine to kill any potentially harmful microscopic organisms.
Every month, Las Vegas Valley Water District scientists collect and analyze water samples from Kyle Canyon's water supply to ensure it meets all Safe Drinking Water Act standards.
The Kyle Canyon Water District currently has monitoring waivers for certain chemical contaminants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
A monitoring waiver means the Water District does not have to test the water for these contaminants at the frequency required by the EPA. In order to receive a waiver, the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection conducted a vulnerability assessment.
The assessment established that the water system is unlikely to be contaminated by these chemicals based on a study of:
- The geology of the area
- Past and current land uses (such as mining), and
- The existence of potential sources of contamination
For details about the specific chemicals for which there are monitoring waivers, please contact us.
For additional information, call the EPA Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 800-426-4791 or visit the Environmental Protection Agency's website which offers information about national efforts to protect groundwater sources.