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Category: Water News

August 30, 2018

Water System Engineer Wanted

The Virgin Valley Water District, 500 Riverside Road, Mesquite, Nevada 89027, is seeking a full-time Water System Engineer for a 9,000+ customer base and growing water district. The District Engineer will, amongst other duties:  operate and maintain the District’s water model, perform water system designs using Civil 3D, maintain and update the District’s Master Plan, […]

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May 18, 2018

Electronic Services

The Virgin Valley Water District is going to update the customer portal portion of our website in the near future. As a current user of electronic services, these changes will likely impact how you conduct business online with the District. To help insure a smooth transition we are asking customers to review their current account […]

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May 9, 2018

Happy 25th Anniversary Virgin Valley Water District

The Virgin Valley Water District Act, the legislation that created the Virgin Valley Water District, was approved by the Nevada State Legislature and the Governor of Nevada on May 10, 1993. In the beginning of the District, the assets of the Mesquite Farmstead Water Association were used to create the Virgin Valley Water District. The […]

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May 9, 2018

Projects Update #4

As reported back in December 2016, June 2017, and December 2017 the Virgin Valley Water District continues to move forward with several projects that will impact residents and visitors in the Mesquite/Bunkerville area. The Flat Top Mesa Tank replacement project was completed in May 2018. The Mesa Blvd., Marilyn Parkway, and Aztec pipe replacement project […]

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January 31, 2018

Water Rates Approved 12-19-2017

The District Board approved an increase in the Water Rates at the December 19, 2017 Board Meeting. The pdf below shows how they will affect the monthly bill for the 2018 calendar year. Final_Rates_Effective_March_2018.pdf Proposed_Rates_Exhibit_B_12-19-2017.pdf

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December 18, 2017

Water District and Golf Courses Debate Future Water Needs

Editorial from the Virgin Valley Water District As residents of the Virgin Valley know, we live in a desert where water is a scarce and important resource. Ensuring that the limited water available is put to the best possible use has long been a complex and challenging task for the Virgin Valley Water District. That’s […]

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November 17, 2017

Tearing up the Town, Update 3

As reported back in December 2016, and June 2017 the Virgin Valley Water District is moving forward with several projects that will impact residents and visitors in the Mesquite/Bunkerville area. The Airport Tank rehabilitation project was completed in March 2017. Riverside Road, Summit Court pipe replacement, and Virgin River Transmission Line projects were completed in […]

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October 24, 2017

Potential Increase In Water Rates

NOTICE TO VIRGIN VALLEY BUSINESSES OF POTENTIAL INCREASES IN WATER RATES AND SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CHARGES October 24, 2017 The purpose of this notice is to formally advise Virgin Valley businesses of potential increases in culinary water rates and system development charges.  In evaluating the District’s culinary rates, the District has considered, among other things, the […]

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December 7, 2016

Tearing up the Town

The Virgin Valley Water District is moving forward with several projects that will impact residents and visitors in the Mesquite/Bunkerville area. Projects that will start over the next two months include Well 27A replacement, Airport tank rehabilitation, Virgin River transmission line, Riverside Road pipe replacement, and Well 1A arsenic treatment plant. Because each of these […]

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September 26, 2016

Check Landscape Timer Due To Power Outage

We want to remind all customers to check their landscaping sprinkler timers and any other equipment that uses a battery to maintain schedules during a power outage. The battery in landscape timers preserve programmed watering schedules in the event of a power outage. If the battery fails most timers will revert to its’ default watering […]

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