2019 Year in Review
The 2019 Year in Review highlights the District's Master Plan, new water and wastewater Capital Facility Fees, a program to help military veterans transition into water industry jobs, a new pipe inspection tool, and how Vallecitos partnered with local fire departments to help plan for emergencies.
2018 Year in Review
The 2018 Year in Review highlights the significant water main breaks we had over the summer due to the age of the pipes or corrosive soil conditions. Read the report to see how we're moving forward to save ratepayer dollars and minimize future disruptions.
2017 Year in Review
The 2017 Year in Review highlights the many charitable events and capital improvement projects undertaken by Vallecitos, as well as the District's Sustainable Demonstration Garden being certified as an "Ocean Friendly Garden" by the Surfrider Foundation.
2016 Year in Review
This Year in Review highlights significant changes for Vallecitos, such as desalinated seawater flowing through the pipes and a new General Manager.
2015 Year in Review
The Year in Review documents how Vallecitos navigated the California water supply challenges in 2015 and pressed forward towards a more sustainable future.
2018 Master Plan and 2008 Master Plan
The Master Plan is a comprehensive document that evaluates the capacity of the existing water and sewer systems and specifies improvements necessary to serve existing and future customers.
2015 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP)
The UWMP supports long-term resource planning and ensures adequate water supplies are available to meet existing and future water demands.
The strategic plan is a collaborative effort between Board of Directors and Vallecitos staff that identifies areas of operations that can be improved and sets the District direction on how to achieve those goals.
Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP)
The SSMP is a mandated plan* to minimize sanitary sewer overflows to protect the environment and human health.
*Water Discharge Requirements - Learn more about this mandated plan required by the State, which explains the purpose of the SSMP.
Drought Response Conservation Ordinance
The drought ordinance establishes regulations to be implemented in times of declared water shortages.
2011 San Diego County Grand Jury Report: 'San Diego - Stuck with High Water Rates'
Borrow one of our numerous videos, books or publications on just about any water, wastewater or reclamation topic you can imagine for kids and adults alike. Some featured topics include water-wise landscaping, the Bay-Delta and conservation, to name a few. Contact the District's Conservation Department at (760) 744-0460 or by email for more information.