Palm Springs, Nevada Style? Coyote Springs Nevada Implements Sustainable Wastewater Treatment and Reuse to Reduce Costs and Accelerate the Schedule

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The Coyote Springs community is being developed on the largest private landholding in Southern Nevada in a valley of the Mojave Desert about 60 miles northeast of Las Vegas. This 42,800 acre parcel is being transformed into a new city that could ultimately include up to 159,000 homes and 16 golf courses. Construction is currently underway on the first 6,881 acres of the 13,100 acres within Clark County.

The water resources available in the Coyote Springs Valley are limited, and the demands for these resources are not confined to the Coyote Springs development. Limited water resources led to the incorporation of several sustainable and low-impact concepts into the design of this development; maintaining open space – especially natural open space; sharing water resources with the environment; optimizing available water resources with stormwater wetlands and 100% treated wastewater reuse; and providing decentralized water and wastewater infrastructure.

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