Is Lvvwd a government agency?

Is Lvvwd a government agency?

The Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) is a not-for-profit government water supply agency that has been providing water to the Las Vegas Valley since 1954.

Where can I pay my Las Vegas water bill?

Pay at our kiosks Make payments by visiting one of the self-service kiosks at our Valley View office located at 1001 S. Valley View Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89107(Opens another site in new window). A walk-up and drive-up kiosk are located outside the lobby and are available for customer use 24 hours a day.

How do I set up water utility in Las Vegas?

Start residential service Alternatively, you may call our office at 702-870-4194 during regular business hours to start residential water service.

How do I pay my sewer bill in Las Vegas?


  1. The website shows accounts in real-time balances with the current Billing Cycle. The due date is the first day of the current Billing Cycle.
  2. To make a payment go to www.LasVegasNevada.GOV/Sewer or mail payment to City of Las Vegas Sewer PO Box 748022, Los Angeles, CA 90074-8022.

How many customers does Lvvwd serve?

Service. Sustainability. That’s what the Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) has delivered to our desert community for more than 60 years. A not-for-profit utility, LVVWD began providing water in 1954 to a service area of around 45,000 residents.

Who provides water in Vegas?

Operations: The Utilities Operations Division is responsible for providing safe and reliable water and sewer service to our customers. Operations staff are available 24/7.

How often do you pay sewer bill in Las Vegas?

The annual sewer service charges are calculated by multiplying the Annual Sewer Service Rate by the Billable ERUs. A $16.00 charge, per account, is applied for quarterly billing costs.

Do I have to pay sewer in Las Vegas?

Water and sewer services After purchasing a new home in Las Vegas, the county will be automatically notified and home owners will receive their first sewer bill in the mail. Single-family residences can expect to pay a base rate of $221.58 per year or $55.40 per quarter.

Will Lake Mead ever fill back up?

Both Lake Powell and Lake Mead reservoirs are half empty, and scientists predict that they will probably never fill again. The water supply of more than 22 million people in the three Lower Basin states is in jeopardy.