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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Virgin Valley Water District Construction Project – Oasis Boulevard/Kitty Hawk Drive – January to May 2019
The Virgin Valley Water District is replacing leaking water mains on Oasis Blvd. and Kitty Hawk Drive. Traffic interruptions will occur during the construction. Please slow down and show patience in the construction zones for your safety and the workers safety. The project is expected to be complete April 28, 2019.
The Virgin Valley Water District Board of Directors will hold a public hearing to consider the potential acquisition of an easement and/or right of way by the exercise of the power of eminent domain for purposes of: (i) constructing, repairing and maintaining underground waterlines, underground power lines and underground telecommunication lines; and (ii) ingress and […]
The Virgin Valley Water District is accepting sealed bids for a 1996, F350, 4×4, flatbed, 7.3L Turbo Diesel Engine, Regular Cab Pickup, with 182,805 original miles; and a 2003, F250, 4×4, 6.0L Turbo Diesel Engine, Regular Cab Pickup with 165,667 original miles. Minimum bids accepted will be $1,000 for either vehicle. Bids will be accepted […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]