The new Valley County Water District headquarters facility will centralize the District’s operations and provide ratepayers with improved services.
identifying district needs
Over the 10 years, the District has been evaluating the efficiency of it existing facilities and capacity to meet water demands. A thorough review of the current system identified the need for two new reservoirs to meet peak water demands for fire protection and customer use.
The District developed a plan to centralize operations and administrative services into one facility thereby opening up its operations yard for the construction of the new reservoirs.
BENEFITS OF centralized services
The new headquarters facility will house all District operations, administrative services, and vehicle and maintenance warehouse into one location. The new structure will reduce overhead costs, improve communication, and enhance operations.
Did you Know?
Valley County Water District is celebrating its 95th anniversary in 2021. As a community partner, the District is proud to invest in projects that support its essential role in the public health and safety of their customers.
- Improved Customer Service Lobby with Payment Kiosks
- Public Demonstration Garden With Water Wise Landscaping
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