Valley Water District
14515 Pioneer Way E
Puyallup, WA 98372
888-205-0118  After Hours
253-770-8959  Fax
Valley Water District
Mission Statement

To provide safe and reliable water to all of the District's customers.

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Welcome to Valley Water District

 - a local government that works without taxes!


This will serve as official notice that the regularly schedule Board of Commissioners meeting for February 21, 2017 has been cancelled.


Please note a special meeting has been scheduled for February 22, 2017.  Per the RCW 42.30.080 the official notice and agenda for this meeting will be posted at the Valley Water District Office Entrance on

February 21, 2017.

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Each year the District publishes a Consumer Confidence Report for each water system.  You should be receiving these with either your May 31st or June 30th water bill.  Each annual report is also available here online.  Click on 'Forms' on the navigation bar to the left, then scroll down to 'Water Quality' to find your report.

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What is 'Plant Acquisition' and how long am I going to be paying for it?

When Valley Water District purchased the original water systems in 1994, money was borrowed for acquisition costs and funds were obtained via Public Works Trust Fund Loans to finance immediate needs to remedy the water systems. In 1998, the District closed on the sale of a 20-year bond and paid off loans and bank notes associated with the start-up of the District.

Bonds and Public Works Trust Fund Loan payments are made with monies collected from the Base Rate. Every property with a connection to a District water system is billed equally for the cost of the acquisition and ongoing improvements. Customers of water systems that joined the District after the initial start-up are billed similarly for costs related to the acquisition of their water system.

On October 1, 1998, Valley Water District closed on the sa

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