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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.

January 11, 2023

Falcon Ridge Parkway & Pioneer Blvd Construction

Construction work has started at the intersection of Falcon Ridge Parkway and Pioneer Blvd. to replace the valve cluster and pipe in the intersection. Construction is scheduled to end May 3, 2023. Traffic lanes will be closed down at times so please have patience and plan accordingly.

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January 11, 2023

Water Conservation Plan Update

On January 3, 2023, the Virgin Valley Water District Board of Directors approved the revised Water Conservation Plan to help guide the District forward with future efforts to help conserve water. The plan can be found at: https://vvh2o.com/our-water/water-conservation/

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January 11, 2023

Fee Schedule Update

On January 3, 2023, the Virgin Valley Water District Board of Directors approved changes to the District’s administrative fee schedule. The update fee schedule can be found at: Rules, Regulations & Rates.

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November 1, 2022

Contest Winners!

Congratulations to our ‘Imagine a Day Without Water’ student contest winners and their awesome teachers! Winning art and essays will be featured in the coming weeks. K-2 Coloring contest winners: First Place – Jordyn – Mrs Garcia Second Place- Samantha – Mrs Garcia Third Place – Alexa Nunez – Mrs Davis Elementary Art Contest Winner […]

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June 15, 2022

Water Availability Status

Virgin Valley Water District – Water Availability Status The extreme drought conditions that are plaguing the southwestern United States have been making headlines around the country. The Colorado River and its tributaries are running at historically low flows due to the lack of snow pack from last winter in Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. The two […]

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May 17, 2022

One of our most frequently asked questions. Can I drink the water?

YES! You can drink the water in Virgin Valley! Rumors go around from time to time that our water here in the valley isn’t safe to drink. These are FALSE! Our water meets or exceeds (mostly exceeds) ALL government standards for safe drinking water. It is tested bi-weekly and treated to ensure that safe water […]

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