2010 Urban Water Management Plan
- Public hearing notice for 2010 UWMP target implemetaion plan
- Board committee presentation: June 6, 2010
-Message from the General Manager
-Atkins Technical Review Letter
-Table of Contents
-Section 1 - Introduction
-Section 2 - Land Use and Water Demand
-Section 3 - Senate Bill-X7-7 Compliance
-Section 4 - Water Supply
-Section 5 -Water Quality
-Section 6 -Water Supply Reliability
-Section 7 - Water Demand Management Measures
-Section 8 - Recycled Water
-Section 9 - Shortage Contingency Plan
-List of Appendices
-Appendix A Part 1 Certified Letters
-Appendix A Part 2 Resolution of Adoption
-Appendix A Part 3 Board Meeting Minutes
-Appendix B Part 1 UWMP Submittal Letters
-Appendix B Part 2 Website
-Appendix C Part 1 Outreach
-Appendix C Part 2 Brochure
-Appendix D CWA Correspondence
-Appendix E Ordinance No 162
-Appendix F M & I Drought Response in AF
-Appendix G Part 1 CUWCC Report
-Appendix G Part 2 CUWCC Report
-Appendix G Part 3 CUWCC Report
-Appendix I DWR Checklist
100% of Vallecitos Water District's water is imported!
In fact, the majority of water in San Diego County - 90 percent - is imported from hundreds of miles away! Without a major water source nearby, we must use our water resources wisely to maintain our quality of life and ensure dependable future supplies. Wise-water habits can easily be integrated into your daily routine both indoors and outdoors. It is as simple as turning off the faucet.
One of the biggest water wasters? Inefficient landscape irrigation practices!
Efficient irrigation is a challenge, but we could make it easier for you. Visit our Landscape System Maintenance page for information on system maintenance throughout the year! Or perhaps, the landscape calculator can help you better schedule irrigation times for your lawn or garden! Do you work better person-to-person? Call VWD's Conservation Department at (760) 744-0460, ext. 238, to schedule a FREE Landscape Survey!
Resources for Students & Educators
Useful Links (including our wholesalers, state agencies, and more!)
Curious about the current “Water Crisis” TV ads? Visit the Association of California Water Agencies website to learn more!
"How Many Times Should I Water in a Week, and For How Long?"
Check out the Irrigation Calculator
Many of us with busy lives, rely on our irrigation controller schedules to manage the flow of water to our plants. But, are our controllers efficient? Developed by the City of San Diego,
the Landscape Calculator is a vital tool in establishing a water-efficient schedule for your landscape! Answer the questions, program the advice into your controller, and see what happens!
Image taken from BeWaterWise.com
Visit the H2O House for more tips!