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At Vallecitos, the health and safety of our community is our top priority. In order to minimize exposure and slow the spread of COVID-19, the District's lobby is closed to the public. Customers may still interact with Vallecitos staff via phone at (760) 744-0460 or by email.

  • Water bills can be paid in a variety of ways that do not involve visiting District offices, such as online billing or using our drop-box outside. 
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  • Water safety remains unaffected so customers can continue to use and drink water from their tap as usual.  Learn more...
  • Board of Directors meetings will be teleconferenced until further notice. Learn more...
  • A water main break occurred on 6/4/20 in the 800 block of Legacy Drive. Crews are on site making repairs, which are expected to be repaired by 5:00 P.M. today.

Rain Water Harvesting

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Rainbarrel Water usage studies have determined that approximately 50 percent to 80 percent of water use in the region is designated for outdoors. Rain water harvesting systems can be an ally in meeting this demand. Ten inches of rain on a 1,000 square foot roof could provide up to 6,000 gallons of free water in a rain harvesting system, which can reduce your potable water usage. In addition, collecting rain water prevents storm water runoff, protecting our economy which has a vested interest in clean oceans for the tourist industry.

Homeowners can get rebates of up to $35 each on residential rain barrels (up to 2 per home) OR $250-$350 for a cistern, depending on capacity. To see if rebates are currently available for rain barrels, click here

*If you live in a community governed by a Home Owners Association, please check with your HOA prior to installing a rain barrel.