Is your drinking water looking cloudy lately? Don't worry, your water is still of the highest quality. Caused by trapped air, cloudy water is completely normal as the weather warms and groundwater is used in addition to water from Lake Mead. Learn more
Your yard can stay healthy with less water than you'd think. This July, recognize Smart Irrigation Month by reducing your landscape irrigation.
To help curb water use in Southern Nevada, drought restrictions were put into place almost a decade ago.
Get a rebate toward your purchase of a smart controller and take the guesswork out of setting your irrigation clock.
Explore a tropical rainforest, navigate a polluted waterway, and more while playing miniature golf at the Springs Preserve through Sept. 1.
conserve water and manage the irrigation your plants need. Play
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