There was a water main break on Wednesday, July 23 which will affect traffic northbound on Twin Oaks Valley Road, north of Barham. Due to the extensive amount of work required to repair the broken pipe and repave the road, construction is expected to continue until late afternoon on Thursday, July 24. Motorists are encouraged to avoid this area if possible to minimize traffic delays. For questions, please call (760) 744-0460.

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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

  • State Water Resources Control Board adopts emergency statewide regulations

    Recently the State Water Resources Control Board adopted emergency statewide regulations to require all California water agencies to mandate water-use restrictions, particularly on ornamental landscapes and turf grass that use potable water.

    On July 24, San Diego County Water Authority staff will recommend that their Board of Directors activate the next stage of the region’s drought response plan and declare a Level 2 Drought Alert calling for mandatory water conservation measures to prevent water waste. The actions would help San Diego County keep as much water as possible in storage for 2015 and comply with the emergency water conservation mandates approved by the State Water Resources Control Board.

    Vallecitos Water District Board will consider mandatory water-use restrictions at the August 6th Board meeting. Click here for more information.





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