To ensure Southern Nevada can access its water supply during the ongoing drought, the SNWA recently accepted a citizen advisory committee's recommendations to build a pumping station that would operate even if Lake Mead's water level falls below a thousand feet. Learn more
SNWA named to Nevada Drought Forum, which is tasked with establishing a dialogue on Nevada's response to the ongoing drought.
To help curb water use in Southern Nevada, drought restrictions were put into place almost a decade ago.
Through April 30, mandatory spring watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to three assigned days per week.
Submit your water-smart yard for the Southern Nevada Landscape Awards by May 1 and get the recognition you deserve.
Get tips on how to improve your landscape in the spring. Play
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