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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.

April 5, 2018

Board Member Vacancy

NOTICE The Virgin Valley Water District is now accepting resumes for a Board Director. At the District’s April 3, 2018, meeting, a Board vacancy was declared. The successful nominee will serve out the remainder of the term of this position, until December 31, 2018. At the time of employment, applicants must be 18 years of […]

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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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February 22, 2017

Public Hearing

The Board of Directors of the Virgin Valley Water District (District) will hold a Public Hearing on proposed amendments to the District’s Rules, Regulations and Rates and Ordinance II on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, at 5:00 p.m. in the District Office located at 500 Riverside Road, Mesquite, Nevada 89027.   The proposed amendments will be […]

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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 2, 2016

Vista Del Monte Tank

The District will be working on the Vista Del Monte tank from December 2016 through February 2017. The work will include completely draining the tank, sandblasting the interior, making some pipe upgrades, repairing some damaged areas inside the tank, and repainting the inside of the tank. Some areas of the City north of I-15 may […]

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August 26, 2016

Main Waterline Replacement

The District is working in conjunction with the City of Mesquite to replace a main waterline from the Bunkerville Bridge to Mesquite Blvd. on Riverside Road. The City has plans to do some road improvements on Riverside Road and the District wants to accomplish the waterline replacement before the road improvements take place. The waterline […]

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August 22, 2016

New Well Drilling

The District has been moving dirt by the Bank of Nevada. This is in preparation for drilling of our new well. A well drilling rig should be on site in October to begin drilling a 1,000’ deep hole. This well will replace a failed well.

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