Public notice review period for the Rock Springs sewer replacement project starts May 6, 2015 and will continue for 30 days. For more information, click here.

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    Looking up to a higher standard of excellence 24/7 Our crews are available 24 hours, 7 days a week to ensure that you always have reliable water and sewer service.

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    Service with a smile Vallecitos’ helpful Customer Service staff is here to assist with addressing all of your water and sewer service needs or getting started with online billing.

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    Committed to service and environmental excellence Since 1981 Vallecitos has been one of the region’s leading recycled water producers, now recycling up to 74 percent of the wastewater generated in its service area.

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    Conserving resources today for availability tomorrow As natural resources become more limited, Vallecitos has increased recycled water capacity and created the region’s first sustainable demonstration garden.

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    Quality assured to deliver a passing grade Your water is securely delivered and put through thousands of tests annually and consistently meets or exceeds all federal and state drinking water standards.

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    Certified to serve you Vallecitos field staff are certified by the State of California to make them that much more capable of providing the reliable service our customers have come to expect.

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    Less is more! Saving water can benefit two places: the environment and your pocketbook! Experience an elevation in conservation with cutting-edge conservation programs.

Community Spotlight

  • Drought Ordinance Update

    Effective June 1, 2015 - Irrigation will be limited to 2 unassigned days per week / 8 minutes per station.

    On April 1, 2015, Governor Brown issued an Executive Order directing that the State Water Resources Control Board impose restrictions on urban water users to achieve a statewide 25% reduction in potable urban water use. On May 5, 2015, the State adopted new regulations and mandated a 24% reduction in potable water use for Vallecitos from 2013 demands, which includes Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Institutional potable water demands.

    On May 20, 2015, Vallecitos' Board of Directors adopted emergency drought restrictions under Ordinance 195 that limits all outdoor irrigation, excluding certified agricultural or commercial growers, during the months of June through October to 2 unassigned days per week/8 minutes per station.  If demands are not reduced by 24%, additional enforcement may be needed and the District may need to reduce watering to 1 assigned day per week.

    To help the District achieve water conservation targets, Vallecitos staff began patrolling the community looking for water waste in May. Almost all of the violations being found are for sprinkler runoff, which occurs when the water from the sprinklers over-sprays or drains onto hard surfaces, such as the sidewalk or gutter. To ensure that our customers' yards stay off our radar, we recommend:

    * Test running the sprinklers to check for problems such as broken sprinkler heads, valves or pipes, misaligned sprinkler heads, over-spray or runoff, and make the necessary corrections.

    * Checking the irrigation timer to make sure the sprinklers are not set for more than the allowable watering days and times per week and make adjustments if necessary.

    * Waiting at least 3 days between watering and if it appears the landscaping is doing well, consider waiting 4 days or longer between waterings.

    For customers that need help understanding their irrigation timer, locating problems or increasing the efficiency of their irrigation system, help is available. Vallecitos customers can schedule a FREE landscape irrigation audit.

    We appreciate all of our customers continued support for conserving our most precious resource during this challenging water supply period. 

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  • Rating agencies re-affirm and upgrade Vallecitos’ ratings Rating agencies re-affirm and upgrade Vallecitos’ ratings

    Strong financial performance and the procurement of local water supplies and diversification has resulted in Fitch Ratings recently affirming Vallecitos Water District’s credit rating of ‘AA+’, with an Outlook Stable into the foreseeable future.

  • Water waste patrol update Water waste patrol update

    Here's what Vallecitos' staff discovered since starting recent water waste patrols. The number one problem being noted is irrigation runoff.

  • Vallecitos to begin water waste patrols Vallecitos to begin water waste patrols

    Faced with mounting statewide water conservation mandates, Vallecitos will be stepping up public education and enforcement of their drought ordinance by implementing water waste patrols.

  • State Water Board adopts 25% mandatory water conservation regulation State Water Board adopts 25% mandatory water conservation regulation

    With emergency drought conditions persisting throughout California, on May 5, 2015, the State Water Resources Control Board adopted an emergency regulation requiring an immediate 25 percent reduction in overall potable urban water use statewide in accordance with Gov. Brown’s April 1 Executive Order.

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