With Lake Mead’s landscape presenting a stark reality in our backyard, Nevada is acting now and taking care of our state and its citizens. Through aggressive conservation efforts and infrastructure, we are well positioned to continue accessing our Colorado River allocation even when California and Arizona cannot — keeping Southern Nevada one of the most water secure communities in the world.
What We’re Doing to Conserve Water
Reduce water consumption in multiple sectors:
Development and cooling
Assembly Bill 356
Requires the removal of nonfunctional turf by 2027 which will save this community billions of gallons in irrigation water each year.
How Southern Nevadans Can Help
Follow the mandatory watering schedule and reduce watering on September 1 to your three assigned watering days.
Replace nonfunctional grass now while rebate dollars are available.
Report water waste when you see it to your local utility.
Visit SNWA.com to find conservation rebates and learn more about new development restrictions that might affect you.