Southern Nevada Water Authority
The Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation plans to protest the Bureau of Land Management’s recommendation to approve a massive pipeline to carry water from rural counties along the Nevada-Utah line to Las Vegas.
Authorities say levels at Lake Mead are expected to drop this year because of drought conditions.
Two weeks after a deadly accident, work on the intake project at Lake Mead will resume.
Nevada safety regulators are investigating a construction accident that killed one worker and injured another in a water supply tunnel being built at Lake Mead.
Drilling a third Las Vegas drinking water supply line to the Lake Mead reservoir has hit another snag, this time in a connector tunnel.
Water officials in Nevada’s most populous city have one crucial approval in hand.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority will hold three workshops this week to discuss the best possible avenue of a surcharge increase.
The LDS Church is voicing its opposition to a proposed water pipeline that would serve Las Vegas residents by tapping aquifers in eastern Nevada near the border with Utah.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority will make its case for a plan to build a pipeline that would bring groundwater from rural counties to the Las Vegas Valley.
The estimated costs of a water pipeline to serve Las Vegas could exceed $15 billion under a worst-case scenario for project funding.