Permanent drought restrictions in effect
Did you know that Vallecitos has moved to voluntary conservation measures under its “Level 1 Drought Watch,” thereby ending restrictions on outdoor watering? Vallecitos customers may now use their sprinklers any day of the week with no limit on the number of watering days, and may irrigate their landscapes as long as necessary. However, Vallecitos' Board of Directors expressed their desire to sustain water conservation as a permanent way of life and adopted an ordinance permanently prohibiting wasteful practices, such as:
Visible signs of runoff when watering landscapes
Watering between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Watering within 48 hours of a measurable rain event
Hosing down hardscapes (patios, sidewalks, etc.)
Not using a shut-off nozzle when washing cars
Not fixing leaks within 48 hours of discovery
The District's "Water Academy" tour will be held on October 20, 2016.
Get a behind-the-scenes look to learn what it takes to run the Vallecitos Water District.
Vallecitos to host Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper training.
This October, Vallecitos will be hosting a series of training classes to help landscape professionals use water more efficiently.
FREE Landscape Design seminar coming to San Marcos on September 10.
Come learn how to design a successful sustainable landscape!
Vallecitos earned two engineering awards for Linda Vista East Sewer Project.
Vallecitos was recently awarded the “Project of the Year” from the American Water Works Association and “Award of Merit Civil Engineering Project” from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Oct05Board of Directors meeting
Wednesday, Oct 5
Oct12Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper Training
Wednesday, Oct 12
Oct19Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper Training
Wednesday, Oct 19
Oct19Board of Directors meeting
Wednesday, Oct 19