Efforts by the Las Vegas Valley Watershed
Advisory Committee help protect the
valley's water quality and resources.
Several Southern Nevada water and wastewater agencies formed the Las Vegas Valley Watershed Advisory Committee (LVVWAC) in 2007 to cooperatively address laws that govern water management practices and to protect the valley's watershed.
The committee developed a Regional Water Quality Plan, which outlines the important role of local agencies to protect the Las Vegas watershed resources, including municipal drinking water supplies, wildlife habitat and recreation.
The group also implements an Annual Operating Plan to help achieve its goals.
The LVVWAC is comprised of the following Southern Nevada water and wastewater agencies:
The Watershed Advisory Committee set as its mission to protect, preserve and enhance the quality and quantity of water resources of the Las Vegas watershed. To achieve its mission, it developed the following seven goals:
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