Utilities Operations

Request email notification when page changes E-Notify


2829 Fort Sumter
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
Phone: (702) 633-1275
Fax: (702) 649-9784

Director of Utilities: 
Tom Brady, P.E., LEED AP

Click here for location map

E-mail Form Link for Utility Operation Issues

  • water quality
  • water pressure
  • water leaks
  • sewer odors
  • pretreatment and backflow issues

Operations Division
The Utilities Operations Division is responsible for providing safe and reliable water and sewer service to our customers. The water system consists of 10 pump stations, 5 wells, 19 water storage reservoirs, and over 1,100 miles of water main. This infrastructure enables the division to provide water service to over 80,000 customer accounts. The water system services all of incorporated North Las Vegas, as well as Sunrise Manor and sections of unincorporated Clark County. The sewer collection system consists of over 750 miles of piping, and services all of the incorporated areas of North Las Vegas. Stormwater drop inlet cleaning is also a high priority for the division.

The Utilities Operations Division is comprised of three (3) sections:

Water Operations
The Water Operations section is responsible for ensuring that safe and reliable water services are always provided. The section relies on Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) equipment to monitor and operate the water system. Many security practices are incorporated into the operation and the section has an extensive backflow program in place.

Click here for more information regarding the backflow prevention program

Field Services
The Field Services section is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all water distribution and wastewater collection system piping. The section has programs in place to ensure that fire hydrants and valves are working properly.

Environmental Services
The Environmental Services section is responsible for performing maintenance and inspections of the sewer and stormwater systems to ensure that they are working properly and that there are no blockages or overflows. This section also responds to environmental spills and oversees the department’s safety program.

Click here for more information regarding additional Environmental Services information