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What's New at the Virgin Valley Water District?

The Virgin Valley Water District is dedicated to keeping the public and its customers updated on all news and events. Below you will find a list of our most recent announcements.

July 21, 2020

District re-opens Office – Updated 7-22-2020

The District will be closed on Friday July 24th as we move us back to our renovated office building. During this time, our telephone and computer system may be offline during the day causing limited customer service actions. Customers may continue to make payments using our drop box located in front of the office building or […]

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June 4, 2020

District Updates

District Updates Office Closure: The District’s offices are still housed in the temporary office trailer in front of the headquarters building. The offices will continue to be closed to walk-in traffic (for bill payments, new service, service cancellations, etc.) until the renovated building is operational towards the end of July. Until then, we ask our […]

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March 25, 2020

The Virgin Valley Water District to Work with Customers affected by the COVID-19

The Virgin Valley Water District (District) will work with individual customers facing financial hardships caused by COVID-19. Those individuals must contact the District’s office to establish payment arrangements. Provided you contact the District office to make all arrangements, the District will temporarily not lock meters or charge late fees. This temporary, “No-lock meter” and “no […]

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March 18, 2020

COVID19 Information

Dear customers, Like all of you, we are closely monitoring the threat and impact in our community due to the effects of the potential presence of COVID-19. As this situation evolves, we are assessing how to best keep ourselves and those around us healthy and safe. To those ends, Virgin Valley Water District is taking […]

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March 10, 2020

COVID19 Virus and Public Water Supply Frequently Asked Questions

Can the Virgin Valley Water District (VVWD) continue providing water if COVID19 causes wide-spread community illness? Yes. VVWD’s water treatment and delivery system is capable of treating and delivering up to 12,000,000 million gallons of drinking water per day. The water distribution system includes more than 160 miles of pipelines and numerous reservoirs, pumping stations, […]

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February 18, 2020

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Under_Construction Photo.jpeg   The Virgin Valley Water District administrative offices at 500 Riverside Road in Mesquite, Nevada will be building an additional wing and remodeling the current headquarters building.  A temporary mobile unit will be placed at the front of the building while construction is under way.   Local contractor, Trade West Construction, has been […]

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December 16, 2019

Holiday Hours

HOLIDAY HOURS The District will Close at Noon on Tuesday, December 24, 2019, and will be closed all day on Christmas Day, Wednesday, December 25, 2019.  The District will also be closed all day on Wednesday, January 1, 2020. Have a safe & happy holiday season.

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September 4, 2019

Hardy Way Asphalt Patch Status

The damaged asphalt on Hardy Way near the intersection with Falcon Ridge Parkway will be repaired on September 10 and 11. Traffic will be inconvenienced during the project as asphalt crews will be roto-milling the damaged area on Tuesday and asphalting on Wednesday. Asphalt crews will be hauling the roto-milled old asphalt out to the […]

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August 19, 2019

New Engineer

The Virgin Valley Water District is pleased to announce the addition of Tyler Young, P.E., as the District’s Engineering Director. Mr. Young comes to the District with a wealth of consulting engineering experience that includes work with Sunrise Engineering in Utah, PGH Wong in Hawaii, and the Federal Highway Administration in Colorado. Mr. Young’s strengths […]

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August 19, 2019

Project Update #5

Virgin Valley Water District Projects Update By Kevin Brown, General Manager The last District project update was in May 2018. The Virgin Valley Water District continues to move forward with several projects that will impact residents and visitors in the Mesquite/Bunkerville area. Recently, Wells 1A and 27A and Treatment Plant 1A have been completed and […]

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