The Need for Conservation Continues…
Currently the District is in a Level 1, “Water Watch” condition, which means there are no active statewide or regional water use restrictions in place, but practicing water use efficiency is always important and encouraged. There are, however, State Mandated Water Waste Prohibitions always in place which can be met by:
As well as these voluntary conservation practices:
New Landscaping: If you are considering new landscape designs and plant materials which are drought-tolerant to reduce water use and prepare you for the future should mandatory water restrictions ever return. Please visit: www.watersmartsdlandscaping.org for design and plant selection ideas.
For more Conservation/Rebate Information at our website or www.vcmwd.org for additional information, you can also contact us at 760-735-4500.
You can view helpful information and diagrams on how to read your water meter or by contacting our office. You can also find the read date for your meter on your monthly bill. This information can help you track your usage during each month from the point that the meter is read by District personnel. If you need additional assistance, please call us at (760) 735-4502.
If you see water waste, please contact us at 760-735-4502 and leave a message, or email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time with the address, time and nature of the water waste. This information will help us raise awareness of the problem and determine the right course of action.
For questions, or if you require additional information, please feel free to contact our Finance Department at 760-735-4502.
Once Again, Thank You for Your Commitment to Use Water Efficiently!
The Board of Directors and Staff
Valley Center Municipal Water District
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