"Our Mission is to Ensure Customer Satisfaction Through Quality Service at the Lowest Possible Cost."
Valley Center Municipal Water District is a special district in San Diego county, California, authorized by the California State Legislature under the Municipal Water District Act of 1911. It is governed by a five-member Board of Director selected by voters in their respective divisions to serve four-year terms. The Board meets on the first and third Monday of each month beginning at 2:00 p.m. in the District's Board Room located at 29300 Valley Center Road, Valley Center, CA 92082, and the public is invited to attend these meetings. Agendas for Board of Directors meetings are posted for public viewing at the Administration building site and are on the District's website.
Note: If Board Meeting Monday is a holiday - Board Meeting will be held the following day on Tuesday.
At Valley Center Municipal Water District, we value exceptional customer service and hold ourselves to high performance standards. Below is a list of our performance Measurement Standards:
Under the ongoing guidance of its locally elected five-member Board of Directors, the District has responded to changes within its service area. To meet the water needs of its customers throughout its 100 square mile service (64,253 acres), the District has constructed a water system that today consists of:
VCMWD's Water Use: