Completed to a depth of 960' in August 2009, this 16" cased well is the sixth completed in the Goshute Valley Nevada for the communities of West Wendover, Nevada and Wendover, Utah. Prior to construction of the production well, a test/monitoring well was drilled at the site to determine the properties and stratification of the alluvial aquifer. Samples were collected at ten-foot intervals and sieve analyses completed to identify productive zones and size the well screen. Due to the presence of fines within the majority of the production zones a continuous slot ceramic bead pre-packed screen was selected. The well cleaned up fast and produced high quality water much quicker because of the pre-packed screen. The stainless steel screen was isolated from the steel casing using dialectric weld couplings. Development efforts lasted 16 hours followed by an 8-hour step test and a 48-hour constant rate test. The transmissivity of the aquifer around the well was calculated using the pump test and recovery data to estimate short and long-term impacts to the aquifer and surrounding wells.