Vallecitos ends restrictions on outdoor watering.
At the July 6, 2016 Board meeting, Vallecitos' Board voted to rescind the mandatory drought restrictions under its “Level 2 Drought Alert” and move to voluntary conservation measures under its “Level 1 Drought Watch,” thereby ending restrictions on outdoor watering.
Vallecitos customers may now irrigate any day of the week with no limit on the number of watering days, and may irrigate their landscapes as long as necessary. However, the Board expressed their desire to sustain water conservation as a permanent way of life and adopted a new ordinance permanently prohibiting wasteful practices, such as:
* Visible signs of runoff when watering landscapes
* Watering between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
* Watering within 48 hours of measurable rain
* Hosing down hardscapes (patios, sidewalks, etc.)
* Not using a shut-off nozzle when washing cars
* Not fixing leaks within 48 hours of discovery
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Phone Scam Alert! We were recently notified of a possible scam targeting Vallecitos Water District customers.
Fiscal year 16/17 budget approved
The Vallecitos Board approved the fiscal year 16/17 budget, which will begin July 1.
2015 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP)
Over the past 10 years, Vallecitos has make great strides to secure a sustainable and reliable water supply for the future. Read more about the District's efforts in the newly adopted 2015 Urban Water Management Plan.
Vallecitos' 2015 Water Quality Report confirms that your drinking water is safe from lead.
Vallecitos customers can be confident in the quality of their tap water, which meets or exceeds all federal and state standards for safe drinking water.
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