Las Vegas Valley Water District

Las Vegas Valley Water District LVVWD is a not-for-profit water utility that began providing water to the Las Vegas Valley in 1954. Page is monitored Mon.-Thur., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The Las Vegas Valley Water District is a not-for-profit water utility that began providing water to the Las Vegas Valley in 1954. The district helped build the city's water delivery system and now provides water to more than 1 million people in Southern Nevada. The Las Vegas Valley Water District also services: Big Bend Water District (Laughlin), Blue Diamond, Coyote Springs, Jean and Kyle Canyon.

Mission: Partner to provide reliable, quality water, ensuring the sustainability of our desert community and serving our customers responsibly.

Does your neighborhood have grass that serves no real purpose? Encourage your HOA or property manager to conserve water ...
03/12/2020
Water Smart Landscapes Rebate

Does your neighborhood have grass that serves no real purpose? Encourage your HOA or property manager to conserve water by switching to desert landscaping using SNWA’s Water Smart rebate. https://bit.ly/2sfUqPc

The Water Smart Landscapes Rebate helps property owners convert water-thirsty grass to desert landscaping.

03/11/2020

☔🌧️ It's still raining, Las Vegas so turn off your irrigation system or set your sprinkler clock to rain delay and let Mother Nature water your landscape this week.

03/11/2020
Still Raining!

☔ 🌧️It's still raining Las Vegas, so turn off your irrigation system or set your sprinkler clock to rain delay and let Mother Nature water your landscape this week.

Don't take groundwater for granted! Life as we know it would be impossible without it. Learn about the importance of thi...
03/11/2020

Don't take groundwater for granted! Life as we know it would be impossible without it. Learn about the importance of this valuable resource during National Groundwater Awareness Week, March 8–14 #GWAW https://bit.ly/2sLB5YR

Over the next ten years, we’re investing more than six hundred million dollars to renew, replace and expand the communit...
03/11/2020
How water gets to your faucet

Over the next ten years, we’re investing more than six hundred million dollars to renew, replace and expand the community’s water system. Upgrading reservoirs, pipelines, pumping facilities and more. Learn more about how we’re investing in our community’s most valuable resource at http://bit.ly/2uVJftk

The LVVWD water system encompasses thousands of miles of pipelines, along with hundreds of thousands of valves, service laterals and meters.

03/10/2020
Sebastian Hernandez - Distribution Team

When opportunity knocks will you answer? Sebastian Hernandez saw opportunity at the Las Vegas Valley Water Distinct and took it. But, it didn't stop there. LVVWD continues to give Sebastian and all our employees the opportunity to further their skill set and gain experience. Join us! See our current opportunities at lvwaterjobs.com

Don't take groundwater for granted! Life as we know it would be impossible without it. Learn about the importance of thi...
03/10/2020

Don't take groundwater for granted! Life as we know it would be impossible without it. Learn about the importance of this valuable resource during National Groundwater Awareness Week, March 8–14 #GWAW https://bit.ly/2sLB5YR

03/10/2020
What is Useless Grass?

If your neighborhood has grass that only gets stepped on when someone mows it, encourage your HOA or property manager to take advantage of SNWA’s Water Smart rebate and convert useless grass to desert-friendly landscaping. https://bit.ly/2sfUqPc

Through April 30 mandatory seasonal watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to no more than 3 days per week. Av...
03/09/2020
Mandatory watering schedule

Through April 30 mandatory seasonal watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to no more than 3 days per week. Avoid water waste fines by watering on your assigned days, and never on Sunday! Find your watering days at: http://bit.ly/2h4LkOC

Assigned watering groups are mandatory for all LVVWD customers.

Don't take groundwater for granted! Life as we know it would be impossible without it. Learn about the importance of thi...
03/09/2020
Where your water comes from

Don't take groundwater for granted! Life as we know it would be impossible without it. Learn about the importance of this valuable resource during National Groundwater Awareness Week, March 8–14 #GWAW https://www.lvvwd.com/water-system/where-your-water-comes-from/index.html#groundwater

About ten percent of the Las Vegas Valley's water comes from groundwater. The Las Vegas Wash is a tributary that channels stromwater, urban runoff, shallow groundwater and highly-treated wastewater into the Las Vegas Bay at Lake Mead.

03/08/2020
Spring Landscape Tips

Take advantage of the warmer temperatures in the spring and get your plants in the ground. You have a short window before summer arrives to also plant your summer vegetables. Plus, it’s a great time to do a little light pruning and check your irrigation system. https://youtu.be/4-zrC3ev8VY

Take advantage of the warmer temperatures in the spring and get your plants in the ground. You have a short window before summer arrives to also plant your s...

Did you know that Sunday watering is prohibited? Spring irrigation is limited to three specific days per week and NEVER ...
03/07/2020

Did you know that Sunday watering is prohibited? Spring irrigation is limited to three specific days per week and NEVER on Sundays. Find your watering days at http://bit.ly/2h4LkOC

03/07/2020
What is Useless Grass?

If your neighborhood has grass that only gets stepped on when someone mows it, encourage your HOA or property manager to take advantage of SNWA’s Water Smart rebate and convert useless grass to desert-friendly landscaping.

Las Vegas, you know that water is one of our most precious resources. If you spot water waste, let us know about it. It’...
03/06/2020

Las Vegas, you know that water is one of our most precious resources. If you spot water waste, let us know about it. It’s quick and easy and you can do it right on your phone! Just use your phone’s web browser to visit www.lvvwd.com/waterwaste

Does your neighborhood have grass that serves no real purpose? Encourage your HOA or property manager to conserve water ...
03/05/2020

Does your neighborhood have grass that serves no real purpose? Encourage your HOA or property manager to conserve water by switching to desert landscaping using SNWA’s Water Smart rebate. https://bit.ly/2sfUqPc

03/05/2020
Get your hands wet

Working outdoors, meeting new people and traveling throughout Las Vegas sounds fun, but it's also serious business. Darius Whitfield and Gabe Castillo of the Las Vegas Valley Water District Distribution team maintain more than 40,000 fire hydrants throughout our community ensuring they're ready when disaster strikes. If you'd like to join an organization that helps those who help our community visit lvwaterjobs.com

03/04/2020
Sebastian Hernandez - Distribution

When opportunity knocks will you answer? Sebastian Hernandez saw opportunity at the Las Vegas Valley Water Distinct and took it. But, it didn't stop there. LVVWD continues to give Sebastian and all our employees the opportunity to further their skill set and gain experience. Join us! See our current opportunities at lvwaterjobs.com https://youtu.be/cSV7obZO4WQ

When opportunity knocks will you answer? Sebastian Hernandez saw opportunity at the Las Vegas Valley Water District and took it. But, it didn't stop there. L...

03/03/2020
Report water waste? I'm not a snitch!

Water you say?! Sometimes the Southern Nevada Water Authority gets questions on social media that are a little difficult for us to answer in a written response. Bronson Mack, Media Relations & Public Outreach Manager, is taking this opportunity to provide responses for one of the more interesting questions we've received.

https://youtu.be/SVHuSZxX5z8

Water you say?! Sometimes the Southern Nevada Water Authority gets questions on social media that are a little difficult for us to answer in a written respon...

Starting today, March 1, mandatory seasonal watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to no more than 3 days per ...
03/02/2020

Starting today, March 1, mandatory seasonal watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to no more than 3 days per week. Avoid water waste fines by watering on your assigned days. Never on Sunday! Find your watering days at: http://bit.ly/2h4LkOC #Vegas #LasVegas

Starting today, March 1, mandatory seasonal watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to no more than 3 days per ...
03/01/2020

Starting today, March 1, mandatory seasonal watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to no more than 3 days per week. Avoid water waste fines by watering on your assigned days, and never on Sunday! Find your assigned days at: http://bit.ly/2h4LkOC #Vegas #LasVegas

Spring watering restrictions are in effect! Do you know when to water? Avoid fines by watering ONLY on your assigned day...
03/01/2020

Spring watering restrictions are in effect! Do you know when to water? Avoid fines by watering ONLY on your assigned days. It’s the law! Find your watering days at our website: http://bit.ly/2h4LkOC

Starting today, March 1, mandatory seasonal watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to no more than three days ...
03/01/2020

Starting today, March 1, mandatory seasonal watering restrictions limit landscape irrigation to no more than three days per week. Avoid water waste fines by watering on your assigned days, and never on Sunday! Find your assigned watering days at our website: http://bit.ly/2h4LkOC

02/28/2020
Text CONSERVE to 85357

Don’t risk getting a fine by watering on unassigned days. Text CONSERVE to 85357 to receive a text message reminding you to change your watering clock when the seasons change. It’s the law!

Mandatory Spring watering restrictions begin March 1. Don’t risk a fine! Be sure you’re watering ONLY on your assigned w...
02/28/2020

Mandatory Spring watering restrictions begin March 1. Don’t risk a fine! Be sure you’re watering ONLY on your assigned watering days. It’s the law. Find out more at http://bit.ly/2h4LkOC #LasVegas

Does your neighborhood have grass that serves no real purpose? Encourage your HOA or property manager to conserve water ...
02/27/2020

Does your neighborhood have grass that serves no real purpose? Encourage your HOA or property manager to conserve water by switching to desert landscaping using the Southern Nevada Water Authority's Water Smart rebate. Find out more about the rebate at: https://bit.ly/2sfUqPc

Mandatory Spring watering restrictions begin March 1. Don’t risk a fine! Be sure you’re watering ONLY on your assigned w...
02/26/2020

Mandatory Spring watering restrictions begin March 1. Don’t risk a fine! Be sure you’re watering ONLY on your assigned watering days. It’s the law. Find out more at http://bit.ly/2h4LkOC #LasVegas

02/25/2020
Share your vision with us

Imagine a job where every day is a challenge. Where your community depends on you to protect their future. Where you constantly learn, constantly grow. Imagine yourself on our team. Apply at lvwaterjobs.com

Mandatory Spring watering restrictions begin March 1. Don’t risk a fine! Be sure you’re watering ONLY on your assigned w...
02/25/2020

Mandatory Spring watering restrictions begin March 1. Don’t risk a fine! Be sure you’re watering ONLY on your assigned watering days. It’s the law. Find out more at http://bit.ly/2h4LkOC #LasVegas

02/24/2020
Report water waste as it happens

#LasVegas, you know that water is one of our most precious resources. If you spot water waste, let us know about it. It’s quick and easy and you can do it right on your phone! Just use your phone’s web browser to visit www.lvvwd.com/waterwaste

02/22/2020
LVVWD Infrastructure

Southern Nevada benefits from one of the most reliable water systems in the nation. Watch the video to find out more: https://youtu.be/yZt3DA817MM

Delivering water to your tap is no easy feat. The Las Vegas Valley Water District has a complex network of pipes, pumps and reservoirs that work in harmony t...

Hey, Las Vegas, it looks like we’re getting some ☔ rain ☔ today! Turn off your sprinkler clock and let Mother Nature wat...
02/22/2020
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Hey, Las Vegas, it looks like we’re getting some ☔ rain ☔ today! Turn off your sprinkler clock and let Mother Nature water your landscape.

Address

1001 S Valley View Blvd
Las Vegas, NV
89153

RTC residential bus route 206 on Charleston Blvd. or RTC residential bus route 104 on Valley View/Torrey Pines. The LVVWD main office is located at the north-east corner of Charleston Blvd. and Valley View Blvd.

General information

Thank you for your interest in the Las Vegas Valley Water District. The goal for our page is to create content that is useful and informative for our customers and members of the public. Please note that we monitor this page from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and will respond to questions or comments as soon as possible. We welcome open dialog, but please note that this is a moderated online discussion site. We will delete from the timeline any submissions that: • Contain private, customer-identifying information such as account or phone numbers • Contain spam, advertising, or links to other sites • Communicate the intent to inflict harm or loss on another • Advocate illegal activity • Promote illegal discrimination • Defame others • Contain information deemed confidential by federal or state law If you are experiencing a water emergency, please call 702-874-4194. (If it is after 6 p.m. or a Saturday or Sunday, call 702-258-3150.) A comprehensive list of customer contact information is available at LVVWD.com

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 18:00
Thursday 07:00 - 18:00

Telephone

(702) 870-2011

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Need to send someone out to fix this please. It’s flooding all the way down the street past few days. Adjacent to 2951 Marion, Las Vegas 89115
40 minutes on the phone, just to try and speak to one of you people. freaking crooks, are quick to ask residents to snitch, fine people for using water, but keep allowing companies to build empty houses, and people in apartments don't abide by no rules. yet penalize home owners!! how about you actually use the money your stealing for water conservation vs stupid commercials. I'm just trying to make a simple Payment that's all 40 minutes!!! unbelievable..and after waiting all that time your stupid automated machine hangs up.
I see on the website that people can report water waste. If you want to see water waste, check out Cowabunga Bay, Wet N Wild, and the other water parks in town. All check out all the uncovered pools across the valley. Then, there's the water fountains and water features at casinos like Cesar's Palace, Bellagio, Venitain, etc. That's water that's being used not to care for the plants that make Las Vegas a shadier, less windy and more lovely place to visit or live in (when the plants aren't being butchered to death by careless landscapers that is - a shrub or tree sheared and/or limbed up to the point that it casts little shade or is incapable of blocking the wind is a waste of water too, really). Rather than demonizing and fining people who dare to have grass around their house instead of a hot, useless rock pile (which then also gets sprayed with pesticides to keep it from becoming a weed patch) or equally hot astroturf, how about campaigning to get people to cover their pools when not in use, even better, draining them in winter. Maybe even put a moratorium on new pool construction. Make commercials about that and fine people for wasting water in pools. Never should have allowed the water parks either. Chlorinated pools are not only a waste of water but also a source of water pollution as the heavy chlorine content makes the water toxic to plants.
What do I do when my next door neighbor, in my apartment complex, has a toilet that constantly runs and refuses to report the problem to the complex's maintenance people? I have told the property manager about the problem but she won't do anything until my neighbor reports it claiming that the running toilet is not considered an emergency. Help!!
I just saw your current comercial about wasting water. #75 of the LVGKs commiting a battery ( what he does in the commercial is a violent crime in Nevada) Thank for glorifing violennce and crimianl activity. It is so nice to see a city agency not only condone violence but is criminal. I know its just an attention getter. Evil always sells.
there are no humans at the lvvid! I have been on hold for 30 minutes then disconnected. tried to call back and was "busy" and "busy" and "busy". Tried on the computer and for "what state is your address" - the list all the countries in the UN and all the States and All the Provinces in Canada and all the territories in Australia. WHAT absolute BS and total disregard for customer service.
I want to say thank you Jessica you are a credit to Las Vegas Valley Water District thank you so much
Anyone answer the phone there?? Been on hold for over 20 minutes for the second time today. First time had to give up.
You've never finished fixing my street or my box after your water leak....please come and fix it the right way
Every time we come back from out of town for the past 4 weeks we have noticed this leak coming up from the ground
So the payment has been made and Las Vegas valley water district continues with their horrible ridiculous customer service snappy and rude on the phone after a 25 minute wait and still can’t give me a time of when the eater will get turned on other then to say sometime before midnight but what the people answering the phone seem to not know is that their techs go home at 11pm so how does that work out I still think their monopoly on the water service in Clark county is ridiculous and wrong as well
Worst automated system in history Hung up on me 9 times now on hold 12 min and counting, terrible customer service