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Water one day a week

Mandatory winter watering restrictions are in effect through Feb. 28. Water only on your one assigned watering day.

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Individual homeowners and businesses have replaced more than 185 million square feet of grass in Southern Nevada with water-smart landscaping—but our work's not done yet. It’s time for communities to step up. Your move, Southern Nevada.

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Water Smart Landscapes Rebate

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Pool Cover Rebate

Smart Irrigation Controllers Rebate

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How is Southern Nevada responding to the drought?

What lengths are taken to ensure the safety and quality of our drinking water?

What can we do as a community to increase conservation?

Request one of our experts for your organization’s next meeting or event and get answers straight from the source to these and many more questions.

Water Smart Landscapes Rebate Program

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An infographic demonstrating that 185 million square feet of grass has been removed since the Water Smart Landscape program began in 1999.
An infographic demonstrating that the Water Smart Landscape program has saved 119 billion gallons of water, equivalent to filling the Luxor pyramid 330 times.

If the only time you walk on your grass is to mow it, then it needs to go! We offer a cash rebate for every square foot of lawn converted to water-smart landscaping.

Through the Water Smart Landscapes rebate program, the community has made great strides in water conservation, but we're not done yet!

Thanks to our Water Smart Landscapes rebate program, Southern Nevada is making waves when it comes to water conservation and we've only just begun!

Irrigation controllers come in all shapes and sizes, but making a few simple adjustments each season will give you a healthier landscape.

Responding to drought

While the Colorado River is facing the worst drought on record, we've taken steps to ensure our community continues to meet water demands well into the future.

Facts and achievements

Expanding our water system

Mandatory watering restrictions

Preparing for the future

Water Resource Plan

Find plants for your landscape

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Are you looking for the perfect plant for your landscape?

Whether you're converting your grass to a new water-smart landscape or simply looking to add some color to an existing one, we've got the plant for you!

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Take your business to the next level

Upgrade to water-smart landscaping and water-efficient fixtures and devices. You'll receive rebates and a healthy return on your investment for your business through water savings.

Water Smart Landscapes

Water Efficient Technologies

Smart Irrigation Controllers Rebate

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Find a landscaper

Looking to make your yard even more beautiful and water-efficient? See how a Water Smart Contractor program participant can take your landscape to the next level.

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Save water indoors

Curious about the water efficiency of your home? Request a free indoor water audit and retrofit kit!

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Use the cycle and soak method

Our parched desert soil makes irrigation more difficult than in other regions. Use the cycle and soak watering method to keep your yard healthy.

Water quality

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Safe medication disposal

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Our treatment process

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Home treatment systems

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Water quality reports

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A man stands in his garage in a Mad Max style costume, prepared for an uncertain future
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A drop of water is where it starts, and that drop of water makes a ripple of difference. A ripple that benefits our community, helping us thrive and prosper in the desert.
There are better ways to prepare for the future. Change your clock to one day a week to save water and comply with mandatory watering restrictions.
In business, every dollar is as important as the first. It pays for businesses to upgrade to water-efficient fixtures and devices, as well as water-smart landscaping.