Public Hearings

June 6, 2016 at 2:00 pm:

  • Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA)
  • Minimum water availability charge
  • Annual Sewer Service Charge on certain parcels within WVS service area
  • Annual Sewer Standby Fee on certain parcels within WVS service area
  • Annual Sewer Service Charge and annual Grinder Pump Maintenance Charge on certain parcels within the WVRWRF Service Area 2
  • Annual Sewer Standby Fee on certain parcels within the WVRWRF Service Area 2

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Level 2 "Water Supply Shortage Alert Condition" Implementation Plan

On April 1, 2015, Governor Brown issued Executive Order B-29-15 mandating statewide water conservation. The following mandatory water use restrictions will be in place effective June 1, 2015, to help reduce water consumption at your home and/or businessRead more...


2016 Regional Agricultural Water Management Plan Update  

Valley Center Municipal Water District (VCMWD), 13 other water agencies and the SD County Farm Bureau have developed the 2016 San Diego Regional Agricultural Water Management Plan Update (“Regional Plan”) in response to the SWRCB Emergency Drought Regulations.  The VCMWD Board of Directors will hold a Public Hearing at 2:00 pm, Tuesday, February 16, 2016 in the District Board Room, 29300 Valley Center Rd, Valley Center, 92082, on the Draft Regional Plan document and then consider adoption. The Draft Regional Plan can be found here:
Part 1 (2MB PDF File)
Part 2 (8MB PDF File)


Water Testing Scam

Please Be On Alert - Valley Center MWD has received reports from other water agencies in San Diego County that a company is contacting residents claiming the water supply is contaminated and that they have been sent by the water agency to test the water at their homes. If someone comes to your home claiming to be from VCMWD, ask for identification. Read more...


El Niño Information

Climatologist are predicting with some certainty the El Niño is coming and with it the possibility of a much wetter winter for 2015 -2016. Exactly how much rain and where in California it will fall is still to be determined, but some experts feel that southern California and San Diego County might experience the greatest impact. Click here for information on where in Valley Center to get sand bags/sand as well links to El Niño Preparedness and what impact it might have on the California’s Four Year Drought. Read more...



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information about mandatory water restrictions