Call before you Dig!
Contractors and homeowners are required by law to call 811 at least two days before digging to have local utilities mark underground lines.
Information for Developers
Per the Water Rights Dedication Ordinance adopted on July 25, 2005 by the Moapa Valley Water District Board of Directors, anyone subdividing a lot must either bring water to the table or purchase water through the “Water Resource” fund. Below are pdf’s of the Water Rights Dedication Ordinance and the Water Resource Fee Implementation Policy.
The following information is available in pdf format. If, after reviewing the information you still have questions, please contact the District Office.
Design & Construction Standards 2012 Updated 08/28/13
System Demand Factors Updated 02/13/13
Construction Agreement This agreement must be signed before the final map will be approved by the District’s General Manager
Major Subdivision Flowchart Use this flow chart for assistance in understanding the process necessary to obtain the District’s signature for approval of a major subdivision
Minor Subdivision Flowchart Use this flow chart for assistance in understanding the process necessary to obtain the District’s signature for approval of a minor subdivision
Reimbursement Area The District may extend or permit to expand its distribution system through water main extensions, hydrant installations, etc. to property owners or developers. Property owners or developers shall pay for the total cost of the expansion. The property owner or developer shall have the right to establish a reimbursement area (RA) to compensate them for portions of the cost of the expansion.
Water Dedication Ordinance Updated 07/22/20
Payment in Lieu of Dedication of Water Rights Updated 01/21/21
Request for Inspection This form must be completed in order for an inspection of a construction project to be scheduled. It could take up to 48 hours before an inspection can be done.
Construction Permit This form must be completed by contractor and signed by District Staff before work can be done. You must also meet with District Staff to go over the permit.