History of VWD
Originally founded as the San Marcos County Water District in 1955 by a group of local citizens to answer the shrinking water table in the San Marcos and Twin Oaks valleys, the District was formed to provide imported water from Northern California and the Colorado River. The District continued to grow as an independent, special district and in May of 1989, changed its name to the Vallecitos Water District.
Today, with a new name and extended focus, Vallecitos Water District currently serves a population of more than 98,000 within its 45-square-mile boundary. Learn more about the District's history by watching the video below:
Imagine a Day Without Water 2017
On October 12, 2017 hundreds of organizations around the country participated in the third annual Imagine a Day Without Water.
The District's fall newsletter is now online.
Read the latest edition to learn how to reserve your spot on Vallecitos' behind-the-scenes tour.
The District's "Water Academy" tour will be held on Thursday, October 19, 2017.
Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to run the Vallecitos Water District.
Public hearing on proposed changes in water/sewer service rates
This is a reminder that Vallecitos' public rate hearing will take place on September 20, 2017 at 5 p.m. at the District's headquarters.
Nov01Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, Nov 1
Nov10District holiday - Veteran's Day (observed)
Friday, Nov 10
Nov15Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, Nov 15
Nov23District holiday - Thanksgiving break
Thursday, Nov 23