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City of North Las Vegas and Southern Nevada Water Authority Break Ground on Water System in Apex

Garnet Valley/Apex Water and Wastewater System will add capacity to meet future needs of Apex Industrial Park

Ground breaking ceremony (Photo Credit: City of North Las Vegas)

Today, the City of North Las Vegas and the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) broke ground on the Garnet Valley/Apex Water and Wastewater System to provide additional water and sewer infrastructure to meet the future development demand in Apex Industrial Park. According to John Entsminger, SNWA general manager, all indoor water use within Apex is reclaimed and recycled back to Lake Mead. 

City of North Las Vegas Mayor Pamela Goynes-Brown

Apex Industrial Park has more than 7,000 acres of developable land and is close proximity to major transportation routes. Major developers including VanTrust Real Estate, Dermody Properties, NorthPoint Development and Prologis, whose North Las Vegas land holding is their second largest in the United States, have all already invested in Apex. Once completely built out, Apex is expected to create 73,000 new jobs and $7 billion dollars of investment over the next 20 years.