The days for much of the water-thirsty grass in the drought-stricken Las Vegas Valley are numbered.

Nearly one-third of all of the grass in Southern Nevada will need to be removed by the end of 2026 under a new bill signed into law by Gov. Steve Sisolak Friday, a significant conservation effort that comes as the state is facing its first federal water shortage amid declining Lake Mead levels and a two-decades-long drought that has shown no signs of ending.


Read more from Colton Lochhead with the Las Vegas Review-Journal here.