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  • Vallecitos Water District : Payment Options
    of Agreements Board Approval Signing of Plans Pre Construction Requirements Acceptance and Inspection Requirements Final Acceptance Document Library Capital Facilities Active Capital Improvement Projects ACTIVE CIP AND REPLACEMENT PROJECT INFORMATION Capital Facilities CIP Projects Out to Bid or Public Notice Urban Water Management Plan UWMP Master Plan GIS Mapping Inspection Standard Drawings Approved Materials Engineering FAQs Fats Oils and Grease Program Food Service Establishments FREE Grease Collection Containers Residential Grease Disposal Human Resources Current Job Openings Job Descriptions Employee Policies Salary and Benefit Information Operations and Maintenance Construction Meadowlark Water Reclamation Facility Mechanical Electrical Systems Collection wastewater Water Operations Water Quality Desalination Fluoride Lead in drinking water Water Line Discharge Information Water Quality FAQs Water Quality Reports What s New Current and Archived News 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 District Publications eNotification Events Calendar Transparency I Want To Get Conservation Rebates Conservation Tips FREE Grease Collection Containers FREE Landscape Irrigation Audits RFPs Useful Links Water Quality Reports Know About Conservation and Outreach Conservation Rebates Current Job Openings Fluoride FREE Water wise Gardening Classes HOA Landscape Laws Online Billing Payment Options Proper Disposal of Fats Oils and Grease Household Medications Household Hazardous Waste Swimming Pool Water Other discharges Your Water Bill Water Meters Water and Sewer Rates Charges Report Water Waste Start Stop Service Jump to subpage Administrative Services Backflow Board of Directors Budget Finance Conservation and Outreach Customer Service Emergency Preparedness FAQs About Your Water Bill Payment Options Pressure Regulator Information Privacy Policy Start Stop Service Utility Scams Water and Sewer Rates Charges Water Meters Water Service Agreement Your Water Bill Engineering Fats Oils and Grease Program Human Resources Operations and Maintenance Water Quality Departments Customer Service Payment Options Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size E Billing is now available Vallecitos Water District is pleased to offer online payment and account information services for our customers Enroll now to View your bills online Water bill history will begin after first electronic billing Go paperless and have your bills emailed to you Pay your bill online Setup automatic payments from your checking or savings To enroll you will need your account number from your most recent bill and your service address Enroll Now Already a member Log In to E Billing and account information Your monthly bill reflects the amount of water already used Meters are read approximately every 27 to 33 days Applicable fixed charges are also included and payment is required within 21 days from the date of the invoice Mail your payment to us in the envelope provided or come to the Vallecitos Administrative Operations and Maintenance Facility at 201 Vallecitos de Oro in San Marcos during regular business hours from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday Payment Drop Box A drop box is located outside near the front gate entrance of Vallecitos and can be accessed 24 hours a day Remember to place your payment with the stub in an envelope

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Pressure Regulator Information
    AND REPLACEMENT PROJECT INFORMATION Capital Facilities CIP Projects Out to Bid or Public Notice Urban Water Management Plan UWMP Master Plan GIS Mapping Inspection Standard Drawings Approved Materials Engineering FAQs Fats Oils and Grease Program Food Service Establishments FREE Grease Collection Containers Residential Grease Disposal Human Resources Current Job Openings Job Descriptions Employee Policies Salary and Benefit Information Operations and Maintenance Construction Meadowlark Water Reclamation Facility Mechanical Electrical Systems Collection wastewater Water Operations Water Quality Desalination Fluoride Lead in drinking water Water Line Discharge Information Water Quality FAQs Water Quality Reports What s New Current and Archived News 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 District Publications eNotification Events Calendar Transparency I Want To Get Conservation Rebates Conservation Tips FREE Grease Collection Containers FREE Landscape Irrigation Audits RFPs Useful Links Water Quality Reports Know About Conservation and Outreach Conservation Rebates Current Job Openings Fluoride FREE Water wise Gardening Classes HOA Landscape Laws Online Billing Payment Options Proper Disposal of Fats Oils and Grease Household Medications Household Hazardous Waste Swimming Pool Water Other discharges Your Water Bill Water Meters Water and Sewer Rates Charges Report Water Waste Start Stop Service Jump to subpage Administrative Services Backflow Board of Directors Budget Finance Conservation and Outreach Customer Service Emergency Preparedness FAQs About Your Water Bill Payment Options Pressure Regulator Information Privacy Policy Start Stop Service Utility Scams Water and Sewer Rates Charges Water Meters Water Service Agreement Your Water Bill Engineering Fats Oils and Grease Program Human Resources Operations and Maintenance Water Quality Departments Customer Service Pressure Regulator Information Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size Household Water Pressure Regulators Questions and Answers Q What is the function of a water pressure regulator A A household water pressure regulator reduces the water pressure from the public water main to a pressure that is usable by the customer and compatible with normal household plumbing and fixtures It also prevents pressure surges from entering the household plumbing from the public main High water pressure can result in dripping faucets and water pipes and it can damage appliances Q How does a pressure regulator work A A pressure regulator is a spring loaded valve that regulates pressure on the downstream house side of the valve Altering the degree of spring compression changes the downstream pressure Q Who is responsible for installing and maintaining the pressure regulator A The property owner is responsible for installing and maintaining the pressure regulator Q Where should the pressure regulator be installed A On new installations the pressure regulator is usually installed downstream on the house side of the water meter near the house Q How do I know if the pressure regulator is working A There are a few ways to ensure proper regulator operation One option is installing a gauge on both sides of the regulator If the upstream reads higher than the downstream house side gauge then the regulator is working properly If there are no gauges

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Privacy Policy
    Assemblies Splash Lab Green Machine Video Contest Speakers Bureau Useful Links Value of Water Video Library WaterSmart Conservation Website Water Academy Tour Customer Service Emergency Preparedness FAQs About Your Water Bill Payment Options Pressure Regulator Information Privacy Policy Start Stop Service Utility Scams Water and Sewer Rates Charges Water Meters Water Service Agreement Your Water Bill Engineering Water and Sewer Services Residential Water Meters Construction Meters Development Services Development Review Plan Check Water and Sewer Study Annexation and Detachment First Plan Check Submittal Subsequent Plan Check Submittals Completion of Plan Check Payments of Fees and Deposits Bonding and Execution of Agreements Board Approval Signing of Plans Pre Construction Requirements Acceptance and Inspection Requirements Final Acceptance Document Library Capital Facilities Active Capital Improvement Projects ACTIVE CIP AND REPLACEMENT PROJECT INFORMATION Capital Facilities CIP Projects Out to Bid or Public Notice Urban Water Management Plan UWMP Master Plan GIS Mapping Inspection Standard Drawings Approved Materials Engineering FAQs Fats Oils and Grease Program Food Service Establishments FREE Grease Collection Containers Residential Grease Disposal Human Resources Current Job Openings Job Descriptions Employee Policies Salary and Benefit Information Operations and Maintenance Construction Meadowlark Water Reclamation Facility Mechanical Electrical Systems Collection wastewater Water Operations Water Quality Desalination Fluoride Lead in drinking water Water Line Discharge Information Water Quality FAQs Water Quality Reports What s New Current and Archived News 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 District Publications eNotification Events Calendar Transparency I Want To Get Conservation Rebates Conservation Tips FREE Grease Collection Containers FREE Landscape Irrigation Audits RFPs Useful Links Water Quality Reports Know About Conservation and Outreach Conservation Rebates Current Job Openings Fluoride FREE Water wise Gardening Classes HOA Landscape Laws Online Billing Payment Options Proper Disposal of Fats Oils and Grease Household Medications Household Hazardous Waste Swimming Pool Water Other discharges Your Water Bill

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Start/Stop Service
    Completion of Plan Check Payments of Fees and Deposits Bonding and Execution of Agreements Board Approval Signing of Plans Pre Construction Requirements Acceptance and Inspection Requirements Final Acceptance Document Library Capital Facilities Active Capital Improvement Projects ACTIVE CIP AND REPLACEMENT PROJECT INFORMATION Capital Facilities CIP Projects Out to Bid or Public Notice Urban Water Management Plan UWMP Master Plan GIS Mapping Inspection Standard Drawings Approved Materials Engineering FAQs Fats Oils and Grease Program Food Service Establishments FREE Grease Collection Containers Residential Grease Disposal Human Resources Current Job Openings Job Descriptions Employee Policies Salary and Benefit Information Operations and Maintenance Construction Meadowlark Water Reclamation Facility Mechanical Electrical Systems Collection wastewater Water Operations Water Quality Desalination Fluoride Lead in drinking water Water Line Discharge Information Water Quality FAQs Water Quality Reports What s New Current and Archived News 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 District Publications eNotification Events Calendar Transparency I Want To Get Conservation Rebates Conservation Tips FREE Grease Collection Containers FREE Landscape Irrigation Audits RFPs Useful Links Water Quality Reports Know About Conservation and Outreach Conservation Rebates Current Job Openings Fluoride FREE Water wise Gardening Classes HOA Landscape Laws Online Billing Payment Options Proper Disposal of Fats Oils and Grease Household Medications Household Hazardous Waste Swimming Pool Water Other discharges Your Water Bill Water Meters Water and Sewer Rates Charges Report Water Waste Start Stop Service Jump to subpage Administrative Services Backflow Board of Directors Budget Finance Conservation and Outreach Customer Service Emergency Preparedness FAQs About Your Water Bill Payment Options Pressure Regulator Information Privacy Policy Start Stop Service Utility Scams Water and Sewer Rates Charges Water Meters Water Service Agreement Your Water Bill Engineering Fats Oils and Grease Program Human Resources Operations and Maintenance Water Quality Departments Customer Service Start Stop Service Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Utility Scams
    Notice Urban Water Management Plan UWMP Master Plan GIS Mapping Inspection Standard Drawings Approved Materials Engineering FAQs Fats Oils and Grease Program Food Service Establishments FREE Grease Collection Containers Residential Grease Disposal Human Resources Current Job Openings Job Descriptions Employee Policies Salary and Benefit Information Operations and Maintenance Construction Meadowlark Water Reclamation Facility Mechanical Electrical Systems Collection wastewater Water Operations Water Quality Desalination Fluoride Lead in drinking water Water Line Discharge Information Water Quality FAQs Water Quality Reports What s New Current and Archived News 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 District Publications eNotification Events Calendar Transparency I Want To Get Conservation Rebates Conservation Tips FREE Grease Collection Containers FREE Landscape Irrigation Audits RFPs Useful Links Water Quality Reports Know About Conservation and Outreach Conservation Rebates Current Job Openings Fluoride FREE Water wise Gardening Classes HOA Landscape Laws Online Billing Payment Options Proper Disposal of Fats Oils and Grease Household Medications Household Hazardous Waste Swimming Pool Water Other discharges Your Water Bill Water Meters Water and Sewer Rates Charges Report Water Waste Start Stop Service Jump to subpage Administrative Services Backflow Board of Directors Budget Finance Conservation and Outreach Customer Service Emergency Preparedness FAQs About Your Water Bill Payment Options Pressure Regulator Information Privacy Policy Start Stop Service Utility Scams Water and Sewer Rates Charges Water Meters Water Service Agreement Your Water Bill Engineering Fats Oils and Grease Program Human Resources Operations and Maintenance Water Quality Departments Customer Service Utility Scams Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size In these tough economic times water utility customers have sometimes been targeted by scammers trying to pull a fast one One example is that water filter companies may call stating that your water is polluted and the water district has

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Water and Sewer Rates/Charges
    Teachers Sign Up Sheet for Teachers Teacher Handouts Curriculum Palomar College GEAR Up Program GEAR UP Program Article School Assemblies Splash Lab Green Machine Video Contest Speakers Bureau Useful Links Value of Water Video Library WaterSmart Conservation Website Water Academy Tour Customer Service Emergency Preparedness FAQs About Your Water Bill Payment Options Pressure Regulator Information Privacy Policy Start Stop Service Utility Scams Water and Sewer Rates Charges Water Meters Water Service Agreement Your Water Bill Engineering Water and Sewer Services Residential Water Meters Construction Meters Development Services Development Review Plan Check Water and Sewer Study Annexation and Detachment First Plan Check Submittal Subsequent Plan Check Submittals Completion of Plan Check Payments of Fees and Deposits Bonding and Execution of Agreements Board Approval Signing of Plans Pre Construction Requirements Acceptance and Inspection Requirements Final Acceptance Document Library Capital Facilities Active Capital Improvement Projects ACTIVE CIP AND REPLACEMENT PROJECT INFORMATION Capital Facilities CIP Projects Out to Bid or Public Notice Urban Water Management Plan UWMP Master Plan GIS Mapping Inspection Standard Drawings Approved Materials Engineering FAQs Fats Oils and Grease Program Food Service Establishments FREE Grease Collection Containers Residential Grease Disposal Human Resources Current Job Openings Job Descriptions Employee Policies Salary and Benefit Information Operations and Maintenance Construction Meadowlark Water Reclamation Facility Mechanical Electrical Systems Collection wastewater Water Operations Water Quality Desalination Fluoride Lead in drinking water Water Line Discharge Information Water Quality FAQs Water Quality Reports What s New Current and Archived News 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 District Publications eNotification Events Calendar Transparency I Want To Get Conservation Rebates Conservation Tips FREE Grease Collection Containers FREE Landscape Irrigation Audits RFPs Useful Links Water Quality Reports Know About Conservation and Outreach Conservation Rebates Current Job Openings Fluoride FREE Water wise Gardening Classes HOA Landscape Laws Online Billing Payment Options Proper

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Water Meters
    Inspection Standard Drawings Approved Materials Engineering FAQs Fats Oils and Grease Program Food Service Establishments FREE Grease Collection Containers Residential Grease Disposal Human Resources Current Job Openings Job Descriptions Employee Policies Salary and Benefit Information Operations and Maintenance Construction Meadowlark Water Reclamation Facility Mechanical Electrical Systems Collection wastewater Water Operations Water Quality Desalination Fluoride Lead in drinking water Water Line Discharge Information Water Quality FAQs Water Quality Reports What s New Current and Archived News 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 District Publications eNotification Events Calendar Transparency I Want To Get Conservation Rebates Conservation Tips FREE Grease Collection Containers FREE Landscape Irrigation Audits RFPs Useful Links Water Quality Reports Know About Conservation and Outreach Conservation Rebates Current Job Openings Fluoride FREE Water wise Gardening Classes HOA Landscape Laws Online Billing Payment Options Proper Disposal of Fats Oils and Grease Household Medications Household Hazardous Waste Swimming Pool Water Other discharges Your Water Bill Water Meters Water and Sewer Rates Charges Report Water Waste Start Stop Service Jump to subpage Administrative Services Backflow Board of Directors Budget Finance Conservation and Outreach Customer Service Emergency Preparedness FAQs About Your Water Bill Payment Options Pressure Regulator Information Privacy Policy Start Stop Service Utility Scams Water and Sewer Rates Charges Water Meters Water Service Agreement Your Water Bill Engineering Fats Oils and Grease Program Human Resources Operations and Maintenance Water Quality Departments Customer Service Water Meters Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size In 2004 Vallecitos Water District began converting water meters to an Automated Meter Reading AMR system for meter reading ease Almost all meters in the District are now read electronically The meter readers drive through each area of the District and a radio signal is sent to their laptop computers with the electronic reading Each meter is read once a month Why Read your Meter There are several reasons why you will want to locate and read your water meter First you might be interested in just how much water you use in a day By reading your meter at the beginning and the end of the day you can compare the two totals tell how much water you and your family used The second reason is to check for leaks If you turn off all the taps in your house look at the red flow indicator dial on your meter and if it is turning chances are you have a leak somewhere If you need help determining where the leak is located the District is here to help We offer a free service where a representative can meet at your house or business and perform a thorough water conservation inspection to determine where water may be wasted Click here for more information Locate your Water Meter Your water meter is generally located near the curb in front of your home or place of business in a direct line with the main outside faucet It is housed in a concrete

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Water Service Agreement
    REPLACEMENT PROJECT INFORMATION Capital Facilities CIP Projects Out to Bid or Public Notice Urban Water Management Plan UWMP Master Plan GIS Mapping Inspection Standard Drawings Approved Materials Engineering FAQs Fats Oils and Grease Program Food Service Establishments FREE Grease Collection Containers Residential Grease Disposal Human Resources Current Job Openings Job Descriptions Employee Policies Salary and Benefit Information Operations and Maintenance Construction Meadowlark Water Reclamation Facility Mechanical Electrical Systems Collection wastewater Water Operations Water Quality Desalination Fluoride Lead in drinking water Water Line Discharge Information Water Quality FAQs Water Quality Reports What s New Current and Archived News 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 District Publications eNotification Events Calendar Transparency I Want To Get Conservation Rebates Conservation Tips FREE Grease Collection Containers FREE Landscape Irrigation Audits RFPs Useful Links Water Quality Reports Know About Conservation and Outreach Conservation Rebates Current Job Openings Fluoride FREE Water wise Gardening Classes HOA Landscape Laws Online Billing Payment Options Proper Disposal of Fats Oils and Grease Household Medications Household Hazardous Waste Swimming Pool Water Other discharges Your Water Bill Water Meters Water and Sewer Rates Charges Report Water Waste Start Stop Service Jump to subpage Administrative Services Backflow Board of Directors Budget Finance Conservation and Outreach Customer Service Emergency Preparedness FAQs About Your Water Bill Payment Options Pressure Regulator Information Privacy Policy Start Stop Service Utility Scams Water and Sewer Rates Charges Water Meters Water Service Agreement Your Water Bill Engineering Fats Oils and Grease Program Human Resources Operations and Maintenance Water Quality Departments Customer Service Water Service Agreement Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size Important message to all Vallecitos residential customers with residences with fire extinguisher systems or homes constructed after January 1 2011 Adhering to new building and fire code requirements that went into effect Jan 1 2011 all new homes constructed within Vallecitos boundaries must have an in house fire extinguisher system How will this affect you if you fall under these new regulations If you fall under these new regulations your home is served by a 1 water meter otherwise known as a Residential Fire Meter to provide enough water flow capacity through your meter and fire suppression system in case of a fire This may affect you as it is more costly to install and maintain a 1 Residential Fire Meter as opposed to the smaller 5 8 meter installed on most single family homes as detailed below All meters require a one time capacity charge Capital Facility Fee which is determined by the meter size The capacity charge is greater for a 1 meter versus a 5 8 meter All meters have a monthly Ready to Serve charge This charge is higher for 1 meters than for 5 8 meters What is Vallecitos doing to help To help customers avoid paying the higher charges the District has a recorded Water Service Agreement in place which allows customers with a Residential Fire Meter to pay the lesser

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