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.

Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm

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Welcome to Valley Water District

 - a local government that works without taxes!

Valley Water District will be closed for the following holidays:

New Year's Day 1-1-18; Martin Luther King Jr. Day 1-15-18; President's Day 2-19-18; Memorial Day 5-28-18; Independence Day 7-4-18;

Labor Day 9-3-18; Veteran's Day 11-12-18;

Thanksgiving (Thurs & Fri) 11-22-18 & 11-23-18;

Christmas (Mon & Tues) 12-24-18 & 12-25-18

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Each year the District publishes a Consumer Confidence Report for each water system.  To save money and resources, the report will no longer be mailed automatically to each customer.  Each annual report is available here online.  Click on 'Forms' on the navigation bar to the left, then click on the 'Water Quality' tab to find your report.  If you are unable to access the report online or would like to receive a copy by mail, please call the Dsitrtict office at 253-841-9698 or e-mail

Several Payment Options Available


Water Conservation Articles

Faucet dripping? Toilet leaking? Water bill too high? Learn what you can do to save water - and money.

Important Information to Know

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What is this CIP Surcharge on my bill?

The CIP Surcharge began appearing on all Valley Water District bi-monthly bills as of January 2010.  CIP Surcharge is a temporary surcharge to collect additional income needed for bond payments until the economy and construction industry recover from the current recession.

The Base Rate (itemized in the top portion of the blue box, on the left side of your water bill) is structured to collect income to cover the District’s Public Works Trust Fund Loans and Bonds.  Historically, the Capital Improvement portion of the rate collects 50% of the bond payment.  The other half of the income needed for bonds comes from growth – that is new water service connections and meter purchases as homes and businesses are constructed and connected to the water system.

When the recession

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