Stormwater Quality Management Committee
Clark County Regional Flood Control District
600 S. Grand Central Pkwy. Las Vegas, NV 89106

Report Illegal Dumping or Problems

How to Report Illegal Dumping:

Illegal/illicit dumping and discharges (e.g., trash, oil, sewage, and chemicals) are a major cause of storm water pollution. Public witness complaints provide the most common source of information. Illegal/illicit dumping and discharges should be reported to the jurisdiction where the activity is taking place.

If you witness illegal/illicit dumping or discharges in:
You should call:
City of Henderson (702) 267-3028 (Monday - Thursday 6:00am - 4:00pm; Public Works)
(702) 267-5000 (After hours; Henderson Police Department)
City of Las Vegas (702) 229-6594 (Environmental Compliance Section)
City of North Las Vegas

(702) 633-1313 (Public Works)
(702) 633-1677 (Code Enforcement Division)

Clark County
(702) 455-4191 (Public Response Office)

In addition to your local jurisdiction (who you should call first!), the Southern Nevada Health District may also be able to respond to illegal/illicit dumping complaints. The Southern Nevada Health District Environmental Health Division can be reached at: (702) 759-0600, Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm, or (702) 759-1000, after hours. Many local jurisdictions also have complaint forms that can be completed online. See your local jurisdiction’s website for more details.

Click to learn more about illegal/illicit discharges into the storm drain system.

Problems with Clogged Catch Basins:
(To report clogged catch basins or flood control channels contact the local jurisdiction in your area)

Boulder City - Public Works
City of Henderson Utility Division
City of Las Vegas
City of North Las Vegas - Environmental Section
Clark County Flood Control District

Questions Concerning Your Sanitary Sewer System:
(To find out about the proper disposal of wastewater to the sanitary sewer contact your local sanitary sewer operator in your area)

Boulder City - Public Works
City of Henderson - Water Treatment Plant
City of Las Vegas - Environmental Compliance Section
City of North Las Vegas - Environmental Section
Clark County Water Reclamation District

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