View our live camera on top of a hill in the center of the valley showing gorgeous views across Valley Center toward Palomar Mountain!
On Monday, July 18, 2016, the VCMWD Board of Directors voted to move from the Level 2, Water “Alert” Condition back to a Level 1, Water “Watch” Condition. Effectively immediately, there are no longer mandated restrictions for the days and duration of landscape irrigation (previously two days per week/10 minutes per station). Read more...
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.
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...
Click on the graphic above for informationabout water conservation requirements