Impending Emergency Aqueduct Shutdown

An aqueduct that delivers water to the majority of the District will be shut down to accommodate repairs to the aqueduct’s pipeline by the San Diego County Water Authority.  This shutdown is tentatively scheduled to begin on Monday, February 10, 2020 at 1:00 a.m. and remain off for approximately 10 days.  However these dates may be adjusted depending on the severity of the pipeline leak.   The District will notify you of any updates to this schedule.


Impending 2nd Aqueduct Shutdown

From 1:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 1st through 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10th the 2nd aqueduct that delivers water to Valley Center Municipal Water District will be placed out-of-service to accommodate inspections and maintenance on the aqueduct serving our area.  During this period, water consumption must be restricted to internal (cooking, bathing, clothes washing) domestic use, livestock and fire protection. No outside landscape watering, construction or agricultural use will be permitted during the 10 day shut-down period.


Phone Scam Alert

Please be aware that scammers have been targeting utility customers by making automated phone calls claiming to be from the “Water Department”. They are urging you to provide credit card information immediately in order to avoid disconnection for non-payment of your utility bills.  Be advised that Valley Center Municipal Water District does not solicit credit card or any other personal information by phone.  If you receive such a call about your water bill and are unsure whether it is legitimate, please do not provide any credit card or personal information and call the District Office for verification at (760) 735-4502.


Water Supply Reliability Self-Certification Filed with the State Water Resources Control Board

Click Here to review the Water Supply Reliability Self-Certification recently filed with the State Water Resources Control Board confirming that VCMWD has available enough water to meet all domestic, commercial and agricultural water needs at minimum through the end of 2016, and likely beyond. 



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