On Dec. 7, the Nevada Irrigation District (NID) will carry on with its Plan for Water process. This is the second of many public meetings, and will continue the discussion about the District’s mountain system operations and facilities.
The aim of the Plan for Water process is to determine the best ways to meet the community’s demand for water over the coming decades. Key to this is public input and participation.
The Dec. 7 meeting will continue a presentation on the District’s mountain water system, starting with the headwater watershed and moving downstream through reservoirs and waterways. Beyond providing fascinating information, this meeting will provide relevant details regarding current system operations. A better public understanding of NID today will help better inform future discussion as the Plan for Water process proceeds.
The meeting will begin at 3 p.m. via a Zoom meeting. Please note, a hydroelectric department update will precede the Plan for Water discussion.
If you have signed up to be on the Plan for Water email list, you will be notified when the agenda is posted with the dial-in link to the meeting.
The Plan for Water process will be a comprehensive look at the potential limitations of NID’s available water supply and the long-term impacts on varying water demands in order to determine the best ways to meet the community’s demand for water over the coming decades.
Read more about the Plan for Water, see NID’s website at https://www.nidwater.com/plan-for-water.