Drinking Water and Wells
Public Health helps keep our drinking, bathing and wash water safe by monitoring public water systems, reviewing plans for new systems and wells, and providing maintenance resources to property owners.
Water program staff also:
- review new private wells for adequate water availability to meet Growth Management Regulations
- ensure correct well construction and decommission practices are followed
- provide advice to individual well or water system owners
- conduct investigations in response to complaints about problems with public water systems
Water evaluation services
The application processes for water evaluation services are dependent on water system type. You can find specific water evaluation services information on the page that best describes your water system: group A, group B, individual wells, or irrigation wells.
ONLINE PERMITTING COMING SOON!
Clark County Public Health will soon introduce a range of online services. For additional information and implementation updates, click here.
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