Homeowner Guido Huizing, right, speaks with Salvador Polanco-Gamez, a conservation aide with the Las Vegas Valley Water District, while patrolling in Summerlin, a community in the Las Vegas Valley in southern Nevada, on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022. When runoff water from a home’s sprinklers reaches the street, Polanco-Gamez stops to document the situation and notify the homeowner.

Trent Nelson, Salt Lake Tribune

SUMMERLIN, Nevada — The side of Salvador Polanco Gamez’s SUV reads “to protect and conserve.”

Bright yellow lights atop his vehicle are flashing as he drives through neighborhoods in this Las Vegas suburb, looking for water wasters. It doesn’t take long, just a couple of turns down some streets and he stops in front of a home.

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