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Citizen Advocacy Group Application

At the Board’s January 2nd meeting a Citizen’s Advocacy Group was formed.  The intent of the this group is to work with Staff and Board members on Local and Statewide laws and regulation that adversely impact the District operations.  If you are interested, please fill out the application and return to the District via email or mail no later than January 30, 2018.

Citizen Advocacy Group Application

VOMWD Proposes New Rate Structure and Rates to Comply with Statewide Ruling

Over the past 10+ years water retailers have been encouraged by State Agencies, The Governor and numerous Commissions and Councils to implement tiered rate structures to encourage conservation through progressively increasing rate structures.  A majority of the over 400 water retailers throughout the State did exactly as recommended, including VOMWD, by adopting tiered rates.  It wasn’t until 2015 when a Statewide Court ruling upset the status quo.  The ruling, while still allowing for tiered rates, stated that the only way to justify tiers is to directly tie costs to the revenue generated in each tier.
As with many water retailers in the State, this caused VOMWD to perform a cost of service study to create a tiered rate structure that is directly tied to costs.  As the result of the study and the work of a citizens workgroup it was determined that a two tiered system that is tied to the two sources of District water is the most legally defensible use of tiered rates.
For more information on the proposed rates please review these resources:

Should you have additional questions please do not hesitate to contact us at or 996-1037.

VOMWD Water Supply Update (October 16, 2017)

Now that it appears the worst of the active firestorm is behind us, I would like to thank and commend all the first responders and VOMWD staff for their bravery and valiant efforts this past week.

As all others were fleeing for safety VOMWD staff came rushing to work to ensure that our water system remained operational in order to provide the firefighters with the precious water needed to fight the fires. Our system was tested to an extreme and water system assets were lost, but due to extraordinary efforts of our field crew we never lost water flow or pressure meaning that our water has remained safe for consumption.

For those that lost their homes, our heart goes out to you. We have already received calls from customers focusing on rebuilding their homes which we know will take time but VOMWD is committed to helping our community recover as quickly as possible.

Once the mandatory evacuations are lifted, please call us if your water service has been shut off.

For those rebuilding their homes and need water service reconnected please click here.

OnLine Bill Payment

Pay your bills online with VOMWD Online Utility Billing. Safe, secure and free 24-hour access to your account.  Your bimonthly VOMWD water bill payment amount is transferred from your checking account, or credit card, directly to the VOMWD. With VOMWD Online Utility Billing, your water bill can be paid on the due date automatically. You will no longer have to worry about mailing your payments or about not being able to pay your bills while you are out of town.  Enrollment is easy.

If you are a District customer and would like to make an online payment, click here.


  • This service is free when paying by check (coming directly from your checking account).  There is a nominal charge for using a credit card or debit card.  The credit card fees can vary depending on the rate negotiated with the credit card companies.  The customer will see the amount of fees, if applicable, before selecting the final submit button. The online bill pay program accepts both MasterCard and Visa.

  • Customers can opt for e-bill while registering for online bill payment or at any time.  Customers have the choice to opt back for paper bills, if they wish to do so.

  • If you need assistance with the online bill pay process, please call us at 707 996-1037.

  • If you have any suggestions on how to improve the online bill pay process, we would love to here from you.  Please call the District at 707-996-1037.  Every effort would be made to incorporate your suggestions if possible or feasible.