Water outage: On Sunday, August 19, there was a water main break affecting many of the residents of Coronado Hills. All homes east of Indian Ridge (including that road) are out of water. Vallecitos crews are on site making the repairs. The estimated time for water service to be back on is Monday at 2:00 AM. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Traffic alert: From August 6 through Monday, August 20, motorists can expect multiple lane closures along eastbound San Marcos Blvd. from Viewpoint Dr. to Knights Realm and westbound San Marcos Blvd. from Knights Realm to Rancho Santa Fe Ave. These closures will accommodate major roadway repair work resulting from the water main break that occurred on Tuesday, July 24 due to a decades-old corroded pipe. More info...
The Geographical Information Systems (GIS)/Mapping Department allows the District through a pictorial representation to view locations, density, property information, topography, easements and District facilities.
The GIS Department maintains and operates the GIS/Mapping system by creating a digital infrastructure database. Information is compiled from private development as-built plans, capital project improvements and inter-agency coordination. This information is then manipulated by the GIS Department to create maps, plans, reports, and statistical analysis.
The goal of the GIS Department is to service the District with mapping and data that can be analyzed for research and historical documentation. This information can be used by the public and District staff as an integral part of the Vallecitos Water District functionality.
Advancements in technology have made it possible for the GIS/Mapping to provide accessible, accurate and functional data to mobile devices within the District. GIS/Mapping functionality allows the District detailed documentation and asset management capabilities. To see how the District has integrated GIS/Mapping data into a mobile device to increase efficiency in the field, click here