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: 7:00am - 3:30pm

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Valley Water District strives to maintain excellent communication and quality customer service. Here you'll find several articles we hope will be of interest and importance to you as you get to know more about your public water provider. We also count on you - the customer - to communicate your concerns and needs back to the District. When cooperation and communication flow smoothly, everyone benefits!

March 7, 2022Buttes Emergency Well Replacement Project

UPDATE 5/16/2023

The contractor will be performing electrical work on the pumps and motors tomorrow and will need to take the well offline.  There should be NO impact to the community as the Reservoir will be full at the start of the day tomorrow.  District staff will monitor water levels through telemetry, but we do not anticipate any issues with service.

Thank you

UPDATE 4/4/2023

The Contractor will be removing the equipment parked on the road by the end of this week.  The contractor may be onsite securing the generator of the next few weeks (or when the materials are received), but will be back on site May 8th thru May 31st to complete connecting the well to the Buttes water infrastructure.

Thank you


UPDATE 3/21/2023

Unfortunately, supply chain delay issues continue to stall this project.  The contratcor is waiting for the final piece of equipment that is anticipated to be recieved in 6 - 7 weeks.  The contractor will then have 20 days to complete phase 2 of this project.  At this point we anticipate completion by the end of May 2023. 

UPDATE 11/4/2022

Contractor is scheduled to be onsite beginning next week November 10th to begin Phase 2 scope of work.  As stated below this scope of work will include installation of new watermain, control panels, generator and full integration with the existing system.  This scope of work is projected to be complete in March 2023.

Please contact the District if you have any questions or concerns regarding this project.  


UPDATE 9/19/2022 - DELAYED 

The initial work of Phase 2 (connecting the new well to the existing system) is anticipated to take place in early to middle of October. The next phase of work will include installation of new watermain from the new well to the existing watermain infrastructure. The new well will not be integrated or operational until the control panels and new generator are installed and programmed in March/April of 2023. This scope of work should NOT have any impact to the existing system operations or access to the community. The delay in project completion is due to supply chain issues in obtaining the electrical controls and generator.

Please contact the District if you have any questions or concerns regarding this project.

UPDATE 07/19/2022

The development and drilling of the well has been completed. Beginning Wednesday July 20th the well driller will be performing a 24 hour flow test on the well. This will not result in any water restrictions but residents may notice noise from the engine being used for the pumping and flow of water from the well site.

Phase 2 of connecting the new well to the distribution system will begin with the pipe installation in late July or early August. Unfortunately the installation of the controls and generator will not take place until closer to March 2023 due to supply chain issues.

Please contact the District if you have any questions or concerns regarding this project.

Thank you - Valley Water District 253-841-9698

Buttes Emergency Well Replacement Project is scheduled to begin the week of March 21, 2022 - click the link below for more information.

Buttes Emergency Well Replacement Project Letter

June 2, 2023Valley System - Fire 6/2/23 - Flushing

A fire in the Valley System on Pioneer Way East created high flows which caused discolored water.  District staff responded and immediately, isolated some valves to minimize the impact, and started flushing early last night (6/2).  Staff left the flush running overnight to assist in clearing any discolored water.  

If you have discolored water please flush your outside hosebib for 3-5 minutes or until the water runs clear, then flush whatever sink or fixture had the dirty water until it runs clear.  If the water does not run clear after 5 minutes please contact the District at 253-841-9698.

Thank you

Valley Water District

April 11, 2023SR 162 Watermain Replacement Project

Valley Water District will be starting the SR 162 Watermain Replacement Project at the end of April 2023.  Please see below for a brief summary of the project:

The SR 162 Watermain Replacement Project is broken into two phases. The first phase will install approximately 1,460 feet of 12-inch diameter ductile iron water pipe from 122nd St E to just south of Military Road E. The second phase will install approximately 3,530 feet of 12-inch ductile iron water pipe from 115th St E to just south of 103rd St E. All work will take place in the northbound shoulder of SR 162. Both phases will replace fire hydrants and service connections to customers. Driveways and vegetation disturbed during this project will be restored.

For more detailed information and a timeline, here is the link for the notification that was sent out to Property Owners in the general vicinity of the project:

First Notice SR 162 Watermain Replacement

Updates on the project will be posted periodically, when any new information about the project is available.

Thank you for your patience!

Valley Water District

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

September 20, 2011Check for Toilet Leaks

The most common source of household water leaks is the toilet

..and since the toilet is also the largest user of household water, you will save water and money by repairing a leaking toilet as soon as possible.

Follow these easy steps to test your toilet today.

  1. Carefully lift the lid on the toilet tank (behind the toilet bowl) and place a few drops of food coloring in the water.
  2. Do not flush the toilet for at least 15 minutes.
  3. If any of the dye shows up in the bowl before flushing, you likely have a bad flapper and you are losing a significant amount of water between flushes.

To learn about the care and repair of toilets, check into an online class at Toiletology 101. Be amazed at how easy and expensive this do-it-yourself project really is.

October 12, 2022New Office Hours in 2023

Starting January 2023, Valley Water District office hours will change to:

Monday - Friday

7:00am - 3:30pm


Thank you!


May 18, 2023Valley Water District Surplus Property Sale



1:00pm on June 5, 2023

Interested bidders may acquire additional information about the three separate lots including Invitations to Bid, Appraisals, and Purchase and Sale Agreements for each lot by clicking the links below:

Lot 2: (1106 St. Andrews Ct., Puyallup, WA 98372, Tax Parcel 0420366010)

Lot 2 Invitation to Bid  

Lot 2 Appraisal  

Lot 2 Purchase and Sale Agreement/Preliminary Title

Lot 3: (1110 St. Andrews Ct., Puyallup, WA 98372 Tax Parcel 0420366011)

Lot 3 Invitation to Bid

Lot 3 Appraisal

Lot 3 Purchase and Sale Agreement/Preliminary Title

Lot 4: (1114 St. Andrews Ct., Puyallup, WA 98372 Tax Parcel 0420366012)

Lot 4 Invitation to Bid

Lot 4 Appraisal

Lot 4 Purchase and Sale Agreement/Preliminary Title

Questions may be addressed by calling the District office.
Monday - Friday 7:00am - 3:30 pm
Phone # (253) 841-9698

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