Tree trimming workshop

 Seasonal Outdoor Watering Restrictions 
Days and Times
Summer*:  June - September 12:00 a.m. - 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. - 12:00 midnight
Winter:  October - May 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Addresses ending with 0,2,4,6, or 8 - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
Addresses ending with 1,3,5,7, or 9 - Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays
*Properties without addresses and other large landscapes - No watering on Wednesday and Saturday.

*For parks, LMADS, schools, and cemeteries having multiple controllers and more than 10 watering zones, summer hours are from
12:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. - 12:00 midnight.

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Water Conservation

Self-Certification of Supply Reliability


  Mandatory Stage 2 Water Restrictions


Water conservation is critically important in the High Desert. To ensure future water supplies, we must conserve the precious water resources we have today.

The Water Conservation Division provides programs, services, education, and information on how you can conserve water for your home or business in Victorville.

Through Victorville Municipal Code Chapter 10.00, water use is restricted that is viewed as a public nuisance or water misuse. The Conservation Division strives to preserve water resources and prevent water misuse to avoid water waste and to maintain manageable fees for our customers.

Desert Friendly Plants for Victorville Landscapes 

Desert-Friendly Plants for Victorville Landscapes is a comprehensive, easy-to-use guide to selecting and growing the best water-efficient plants for your region.  

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Landscaping Water Efficient

There are no longer rebate programs for Cash for grass- removing turf and replacing low-water landscapes.  However, Large scale projects (residential and commercial projects over 20,000 sq ft) are still being accepted.  Please email Nicholas Schneider,, for more information.

Live like a Desert Native...we can learn from our desert environment..Learn more by clicking here 

MAKING WATER CONSERVATION A WAY OF LIFE.  California's Governor Brown has ended the drought state of emergency in most counties (April 7, 2017).  To learn about all the actions being taken to manage water supplies and respond to the impacts of the drought, visit Drought.CA.Gov

Toilet Program  State funding for this program has been exhausted, at this time.  Please check back later to see if funding has become available.  Call: (866) 955-4426. 

Nuisance Water Program - Through this program, we inform and notify residents of the Water Conservation Ordinance and offer information to assist with mitigating any issues observed and verified by Water Conservation Specialists. Report any excess water run-off you witness to 866-955-4426.

Water Audit - This is a free service for residents, businesses, schools and community groups providing a review of water use patterns, water fixtures, appliances, etc. in to find ways to conserve water and reduce monthly water bills for Victorville Water District customers.

- Workshops and tours of the water system are provided on a periodic basis.

School Program – Learning about water conservation principles at an early age will assure conservation minded individuals for future generations. The In-Class Presentations and School Assemblies provide students with the knowledge of how issues like pollution, drought, population and waste can help water users make decisions about the way they use water to conserve it today for tomorrow.


In Class Presentation for Grade 5

The Water Cycle Bracelet or The Incredible Edible Aquifer

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School Assemblies for K - 6

1st come first served. Limited dates available.

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Water Conservation Links