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Indian Hills GID offices are now open to the public. Please be mindful and continue practicing social distancing. We strongly encourage residents to pay their bill over the phone via VISA or Mastercard, by mail or in the drop box located in the median or by signing up for ACH. Please do not hesitate to contact the office with any questions or concerns at 775-267-2805.



Indian Hills GID is happy to announce the implementation of automatic withdraw for your monthly water/sewer bill payments. This will become effective July 1, 2019. If you would like to enroll in automatic withdraw we will need an authorization form completed and returned along with a voided check. Authorization forms can be obtained by clicking on the link below or by stopping by the office. Completed forms and a voided check can be mailed to the District office at 3394 James Lee Park Road, Carson City, NV 89705, dropped off at the office, put in the payment drop box or emailed to Please feel free to contact the office at 775-267-2805 with any questions.



We all live in one of the most spectacular watersheds in the country. From the majestic view at Monitor pass down to the 'Tatooine-esque' salt flats of the Carson Sink, our Carson River Watershed is truly one-of-a-kind. Carson Water Subconservancy District is launching the I AM CARSON RIVER WATERSHED campaign to ask, you, the community, to help do a few simple things to protect the quality of our water. Please visit their Facebook page at Go to IAMCARSONRIVER.ORG to watch the amazing 'WALK THROUGH THE CARSON RIVER WATERSHED'


The Mission of the District is to provide, within its Charter, those public facilities and services which maintain and improve the quality of life of its resident families, and to maintain and operate those facilities and services at the highest quality and in the most cost-effective manner possible, with the intent to continue to do so for a growing population of residents.

Dear Indian Hills Resident,

We want to reflect on the fact that Indian Hills GID is a great place to live. There are numerous reasons that each of us have chosen to live here, but some of the top reasons include our friendly neighbors, the beautiful surroundings that the Carson Valley offers and the central location of our District.

As we continue our efforts to develop the attractiveness of the Indian Hills GID and to improve relationships among neighbors, IHGID staff and Douglas County Code Enforcement will be partnering to ensure that basic code requirements are met on the properties in the GID. By following the basic codes of Douglas County, not only do we help maintain the livability of IHGID but a number of benefits arise. These include increasing property values, reducing crime, and promoting more healthy and safe neighborhoods.

The following are some of the things that we will be observing:
  • Garbage - Store in proper trash receptacles and remove from property on a regular basis. County Code 20.691.020.
  • Junk- Get rid of it, keep it in the garage or store it in your rear yard screened with a 6 foot solid fence.  Never keep it in the front yard or driveway. County Code 20.691.020
  • Unregistered or junk vehicles- Remove them, store them in a garage or in a rear yard with a 6 foot solid fence. County Code 20.691.020
  • RVs, utility trailers, boats, etc. - Store in a garage or in a rear or side yard with a 6 foot solid fence. Equipment may be parked anywhere for a time period not to exceed 48 hours during loading or unloading. County Code 20.660.150C
  • Dead grass and weeds - Keep your yard mowed below 10 inches.  Remove all dead vegetation from your property, including trees. Douglas County Code 20.691.020
Some other things that you can do to keep your neighborhood looking nice include:
  • Maintaining landscaping including pruning vegetation away from sidewalks and keeping yards free from piles of debris which can harbor rodents and other vermin.
  • Repair broken fences, windows, doors, siding and roofs.
  • Remove garbage cans from the curb as soon as possible after pick up. Store them out of sight.
  • Get to know your neighbors. If they are elderly or need help, lend them a helping hand.
Together we can make Indian Hills an even better, safer, and nicer place to live.



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