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  • Vallecitos Water District : Management Team
    Pond Park Programs Information for 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

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Facilities
    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 Awards Contact Facilities Mission Statement Organization Chart Partners Sustainability Transparency Frequently Asked Questions About Us Facilities Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size Vallecitos is committed to meeting all of its customers water wastewater and water reclamation needs Miles and miles of pipe lift stations and pump stations are critical to servicing the District s 45 square mile service area but just as important are the facilities listed below Vallecitos Water District Administration Operations and Maintenance buildings Decisions made by the Board or staff from the Administration building have a great impact on your water or sewer service Along with housing the District s Board room it also contains offices for the Finance Engineering Administrative Services and Executive staff Shortly following its 1997 opening the building was honored with the 1998 Orchid Award by the San Diego Architectural Foundation for best and built environment In 2010 the District revamped the front garden to feature California native plants water features that use water collected in a rain harvesting system and solar power to serve as a demonstration in conservation for all visitors to implement at home Directly next door is the District s Operations and Maintenance building which houses many of the Operations and Maintenance Departments along with a state of the art SCADA Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition system that monitors and controls the District s water systems The Operations and Maintenance facilities also include several fabrication repair shops a warehouse and a complete automotive shop for the District s fleet maintenance and repairs Meadowlark Water Reclamation Facility This facility based in Carlsbad CA recycles up to 74 percent of the wastewater generated within the District s boundaries After treatment this water processed at Meadowlark is used again for irrigation purposes in the Carlsbad Encinitas vicinity A 19 million upgrade

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Mission Statement
    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 Disposal of Fats Oils and Grease Household Medications Household Hazardous Waste Swimming Pool Water Other discharges

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Organization Chart
    Water Management Program District Tours Heritage Jack s Pond Park Programs Information for 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

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Partners
    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 Water Meters Water and Sewer Rates Charges Report Water Waste Start Stop Service Jump to subpage Awards Contact Facilities Mission Statement Organization Chart Partners Sustainability Transparency Frequently Asked Questions About Us Partners Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size Water arrives and wastewater exits your home quickly on demand However to make this happen in addition to using the vast pipes associated with its state of the art water distribution and disposal system Vallecitos enlists help from these external partners to assist in meeting that service obligation Water Wholesalers Vallecitos currently has no local water supply and is therefore 100 percent reliant on imported water deliveries from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California MWD and the San Diego County Water Authority SDCWA which is the their largest water purchaser MWD owns and operates the Colorado River Aqueduct and buys the most water from the State Water Project for delivery of Sacramento San Joaquin delta water to Southern California They import water 444 miles from the Sacramento San Joaquin delta in Northern California and 242 miles from the Colorado River and store and treat it at Lake Skinner in Riverside County The treated water is then delivered to Vallecitos via the SDCWA aqueducts that run throughout the county Once the water enters our boundaries it is delivered to customers through Vallecitos large well planned system of pumps reservoirs and more than 350 miles of pipelines Poseidon Resources To increase reliability and take advantage of a plentiful drought proof source nearby Vallecitos will receive desalinated ocean water by 2016 through an annual Water Purchase Agreement between Vallecitos and SDCWA

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Sustainability
    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 Awards Contact Facilities Mission Statement Organization Chart Partners Sustainability Transparency Frequently Asked Questions About Us Sustainability Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size Reliability benefits the customer Sustainability benefits the environment Combine them and you get Vallecitos Water District a forward thinking organization implementing necessary projects and procedures to encourage a bright responsible future for all Expanding on the efficiency principle that guided the formation of the District Vallecitos has initiated a number of projects through the years to ease elevated water and power demands today for availability tomorrow Here are a few examples Seawater Desalination In 2016 the District began receiving up to 4 083 acre feet 1 acre foot is 325 851 gallons annually from the Claude Bud Lewis 50 million gallon per day reverse osmosis plant constructed on the Carlsbad coast This equates to approximately 27 percent of the District s annual supply and is enough water to meet the needs of more than 8 100 families for one year The arrival of water from this local endless source complements current imported supplies increasing availability despite drought and regulatory issues that have threatened Vallecitos supplies in the past Olivenhain Water Transfer Looking to further bolster local supplies Vallecitos entered into a water purchase agreement with neighboring Olivenhain Municipal Water District After building the necessary infrastructure in 2015 Vallecitos is now able to use an additional 2 750 acre feet annually from the Olivenhain Reservoir to meet customer needs at the District s lower elevations near San Elijo Hills The combination of desalination plus the water received from the Olivenhain Municipal Water District will provide up to 45 of the District s long term supply with local resources to further increase reliability for our customers In 2016 the San Elijo Hills Pump Station which was built to make this water transfer possible won an Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies The construction project was highly innovative in regards to protecting the environment By building the pump station entirely on the footprint of the old Questhaven Road built in the 1960 s this avoided the need to remove any native vegetation protecting the long term welfare and sustainability of open space and wildlife in the area Twin Oaks Reservoirs Following through on recommendations from its Master Plan Vallecitos has spent the past 15 years shoring up service reliability through the construction of the 33 million gallon capacity Twin Oaks Reservoir No 1 and its neighbor the 40 million gallon capacity Twin Oaks Reservoir No 2 Buried underground to better blend with the rural community the combined 73 million gallons of storage are not seen but their presence is definitely felt The central location of the pre stressed concrete structures provide a minimum of five days

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Transparency
    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 Water Meters Water and Sewer Rates Charges Report Water Waste Start Stop Service Jump to subpage Awards Contact Facilities Mission Statement Organization Chart Partners Sustainability Transparency Frequently Asked Questions About Us Transparency Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size Vallecitos isn t only interested in being transparent It wants to be a certified leader in it Looking to improve communication between local government and its citizens in 2013 Vallecitos worked with California State University San Marcos accounting student Ryan Strausbaugh who created an easy to read Citizen Centric Report for the District s customers The four page document details interesting facts and financial statements about the District s water services and follows the standards of the Association of Governmental Accountants In 2014 the District received its first Special District Leadership Foundation s Transparency Certificate of Excellence By aligning with this non profit organization looking to promote openness in operations and governance with customers of special districts Vallecitos was able to showcase its sincerity in assuring ratepayers that the District values their trust and is dedicated to providing the most crystal clear service possible Furthermore this openness which includes public postings and televised broadcast of all Board meetings strengthens the District s dedication to efficient and effective operations while at the same time continuing its focus on exceptional and sustainable services Once Vallecitos received the District Transparency Certificate of Excellence in 2014 the District was then eligible to become a District of Distinction by completing additional requirements To further the Board s commitment to open government at a

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  • Vallecitos Water District : Administrative Services
    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 Engineering Fats Oils and Grease Program Human Resources Operations and Maintenance Water Quality Departments Administrative Services Print Feedback Share Bookmark Email Facebook Google LinkedIn Twitter Delicious MySpace Google Stumble Upon Digg Tumblr Reddit Font Size Administrative Services provide services and support to other District departments and the public This diverse department includes the areas of human resources administrative support information technology public information water conservation safety workers compensation and regulatory affairs risk management source control Administrative services are vital

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