How can I stay informed and connected with updates from the City of Victorville?
We offer numerous ways you can stay connected and up-to-date on the latest developments in Victorville.
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How do I pay my utility bills while City Hall is closed?
We offer convenient options for you to conduct business with us and process transactions remotely such as online and by-phone payment options. Please consider using these systems:
To pay your bill online click here
To pay your bill over the phone call (760) 955-5001
Pay your bill by dropping it off at City Hall and utilize our drop-box available at the double door entrance to City Hall.
How do I start a new utility service while City Hall is closed?
Customers can utilize our website here and click on “start” water service or trash service. Print the form, fill out and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A customer service representative will email you back to complete the process.
Is it safe to drink tap water in Victorville?
The Victorville Water District has an abundant supply of high-quality drinking water available to meet the demands of our customers. The EPA has established strict regulations for public water treatment that the Victorville Water District diligently follows. As part of these regulations, the District provides chlorine disinfection throughout its entire water system. Chlorine disinfection has been shown to be very effective in eliminating the coronavirus, and our customers can continue to drink water from the tap as usual.
Why did the City of Victorville declare a local emergency?
The declaration of a local emergency was a proactive measure to help ensure the City has financial resources and legal authority to institute protective measures aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19.