2023 District Spring Newsletter


The District will be holding a Public Hearing Thursday, May 11, 2023 at 6pm in the District Board Room (located off Prosser Way) to amend various Tariff Rules including consideration of increases to various rates and service fees.


The District is pleased to announce that it is once again teaming up with Lifecycle Solutions for e-waste recycling during the month of April, 2023. Sun Valley General Improvement District customers may request one voucher per household from the District office to cover the fees to recycle either 2 TVs, 2 CRT Monitors or 1 of each at Lifecycle Solutions. Each additional television costs $40 per unit and each additional monitor costs $25 per unit. All other items are free to dispose of with no limit and no fee. Please note no appliances are accepted. Customers will be required to present their voucher and 1 form of ID (either driver’s license or water/sewer bill) at the time of drop off. NEW LOCATION! Lifecycle Solutions has relocated to 13960 Mt. Anderson St., Reno,(Stead area) and is open Monday – Friday 7:00 am until 3:00 pm.


The Robert & Norma Fink Sun Valley Pool will open for the 2023 season on June 16th and operate through August 13th. Pool hours are Tuesday through Sunday from noon to 5 pm, as staffing and weather permit.


 Are you at least 15 years old and looking for a summer job? The District is now hiring lifeguards and cashiers for the 2023 Sun Valley Pool Season. Cashiers start at $12 per hour and Lifeguards start at $14 per hour. Applications can be found on the website at svgid.com/employment or can be picked up at the District office.


After the long, cold and snowy winter, the District is looking forward to kicking off the warm weather with a Dive into Summer Event on Friday, June 16th from 5-7 pm at the Sun Valley Community Park. The event is open to the public. Bring your family, friends, picnic blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy a FREE BBQ including hot dogs, chips and soda. The event will include music, information booths from our recreation partners, $1 RAFFLE TICKETS for a chance to win great prizes, and a limited amount of free Sun Valley Pool tokens. (No alcohol, smoking or vaping is permitted and leashed service dogs only). Watch the District’s website and Facebook page for event details.


The District encourages water conservation year-round even with a wet winter like we have experienced this year. The District recommends following Truckee Meadows Water Authority’s schedule to water three times per week. Odd addresses should water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Even addresses should water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For more water conservation tips visit the District’s website at svgid.com/customer-info/conservation.


The District is participating in the Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful Great Community Cleanup again on April 29th. This annual event helps Sun Valley clean up illegal dumping and encourages local community members to join in and volunteer. Last year over 30,000 pounds of litter and 187 tires were removed from Sun Valley. For more information or to sign up to participate, visit www.KTMB.org or call (775) 851-5185.


The District is excited to partner with Washoe County Library System to install a book vending machine in front of the Sun Valley Neighborhood Center. The machine will allow the public access to check out, reserve and return books at the Sun Valley Community Park during park hours, sunrise to sunset.


The Washoe County Commission awarded the District a $250,000 Grant using American Rescue Plan Act federal funds. To date, the District has completed a rehabilitation of the Sun Valley
Community Park basketball court and pedestrian walking path with a project cost of $82,402, as well as a rehabilitation of the outdoor park lighting and exterior building lighting at the Sun Valley
Community Park with a project cost of $17,693.00. Additional projects to be funded by the grant and expected to be completed this summer include the rehabilitation of the outdoor park lighting and replacement of two scoreboards at Gepford Park.


Since fraudulent activities and advertisements seem to be increasing in the area, the District wants its customers to know that they are always welcome to contact the office to ensure the validity
of any correspondence received. Customers may also request to see an employee’s ID badge for verification any time a technician may be servicing a customer’s water or sewer lines.


  • April E-Waste Recycling Month
  • April    1st – SVCAB Meeting
  • April 13th – District Board Meeting
  • April 29th – KTMB Great Community Cleanup
  • May    6th – SVCAB Meeting
  • May  11th – District Board Meeting / Tariff Hearing
  • May 25th – District Budget Hearing
  • May 29th – Memorial Day (District office closed)
  • June  3rd – SVCAB Meeting
  • June  8th – District Board Meeting
  • June 16th – Pool Opening / Dive Into Summer Event
  • June 19th – Juneteenth Day (District office closed)
  • July   4th – Independence Day (District office closed)
  • July   8th – SVCAB Meeting
  • July 13th – District Board Meeting