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Douglas County’s water is best in state

by Amy Alonzo
aalonzo@recordcourier.com

Next time you're thirsty, reach for a cold glass of water — Douglas County has some of the best in the state.

Douglas County Utilities was recently awarded best-tasting water in Nevada for the second time in four years.

The Cave Rock Water Treatment Plant was awarded top honors by the Nevada Rural Water Association in March. The Cave Rock facility services areas including Lakeside, Cave Rock and Skyland.

The county's Montana water system was a close second, Bob Forester, executive director of the water association, said at a Reno conference, where the winners were announced. Montana services homes near Jack's Valley Road north of Genoa.

In 2014 Douglas County Utilities won first place for a Genoa well; in 2015, the Glenbrook Water Cooperative was awarded first place in the state. That year Glenbrook's sample was sent to finals in Washington, D.C., where the sample won first place in the nation's national finals.