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1 Nevada Division of Water Resources Where are we, and where are we going?

2 Richard H. Bryan Building

3 Nevada Division of Water Resources Mission The mission of the Nevada Division of Water Resources (NDWR) is to conserve, protect, manage and enhance the State's water resources for Nevada's citizens through the appropriation and reallocation of the public waters. In addition, the Division is responsible for quantifying existing water rights; monitoring water use; distributing water in accordance with court decrees; reviewing water availability for new subdivisions and condominiums; reviewing the construction and operation of dams; appropriating geothermal water; licensing and regulating well drillers and water rights surveyors; reviewing flood control projects; monitoring water resource data and records; and providing technical assistance to the public and governmental agencies.

4 2005 Legislative Session Over 20 water related bills introduced Assembly Bill 349 $5 million appropriation over 2 years to DWR for improvements to Information Technology and Administrative Capabilities Not supported by the Division Died in Committee Budget amendment Added 11 new positions to the division (17% increase in staff) $300,000 over 5 years for technology improvements IT Staff doubled (from 2 to 4)

5 What do we have?  Microsoft SQL Server Databases  Microsoft Access Databases  Scanned Maps and Documents  ESRI Coverage's  CAD Drawings

6 Our Goal  One Stop Shopping  Web Based  User Friendly  Easy to Administer

7 What Data is Available?  ESRI Shape Files  State and County Boundaries  Hydrographic Basin Boundaries  Hydrology (lakes, rivers, etc.)  Major Roads  Microsoft SQL Data  Permit Database  Well log Database  Titles Database  Water Level Data  Pumpage Data  Microsoft Access Data  Dam Locations  Stream Gauges  Other Data  Hill Shade  USGS Topo Maps

8 The Site

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10 Search Form

11 Hydrographic Abstract Search Form

12 Hydrographic Abstract Results

13 Scanned Images

14 Hydrographic Summary Results

15 Well Log Database Search Form

16 Well Log Database Results

17 Wells

18 Points of Diversion

19 More Screen Shots

20 Future Plans  Incorporate Truckee & Carson River CAD data  Incorporate water right ownership data  Add groundwater pumpage and water level data  Improve database queries  Move the site to the Internet

21 Quick Facts Databases Permit database - 83,500 records Well Log database - 95,000 records Titles database – 35,000 records Scanned Images 52,000 maps 89,000 well logs 16,500 certificates 6,500 orders and rulings

22 Current Water Rights Database Tracks status, history, and ownership of water rights Linked to some of the divisions scanned documents Excellent reporting capabilities

23 Planned Water Rights Database Link to additional scanned documents (permits, rulings, orders, well logs etc.) Link to Pumpage and water level data Link to relevant photos Web Based Query and Reporting tools Web based application available to the public Access to more of the divisions data from one interface Add the ability to query data spatially

24 Future Challenges Water Rights Well Logs Pumpage Ownership Water Levels Clients Site ID

25 NEVADA DIVISION OF WATER RESOURCES 901 S. Stewart Street, Suite 2002 Carson City, Nevada (775)


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