Imagine A Day Without Water

Ventura Water staff shared why they #ValueWater as part of the Imagine a Day Without Water campaign. On October 23, 2019, thousands of organizations across the country brought awareness to critical need for water infrastructure investment nationwide.

Water is essential to life. Investing in water is investing in the future. Ventura Water continues to pursue projects that maintain vital infrastructure, protect local water resources and secure reliable water supply for generations.

Take this opportunity to reflect on why water is important to you and how you can help care for this precious resource!
Environmental Impact Report Certification and Project Approval

Ventura has reached a major milestone in securing water supplies for the future!

On October 14, 2019, the City Council unanimously voted to certify the Environmental Impact Report for the Ventura Water Supply Projects which includes the VenturaWaterPure projects.

Learn more about the project here.
Saturday, November 2
10:00 am, 10:30 am, &11:00 am
Maintenance Yard, 336 Sanjon Rd.
Ventura, CA 93002

City of Ventura residents are invited to attend one of three free home-composting workshops. Attendees are invited to take home premium mulch and compost.

Residents that already compost at home are welcome to pick up free mulch and compost after completing an on-site survey.

Limit of 150 gallons per residence. Please bring your own bag and shovel if available. Material is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

For questions call 805-652-4584.
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Instant hot water recirculating pumps are going fast!

For a limited time, Ventura Water is offering qualifying customers a recirculating pump that connects to existing plumbing at that water heater and provides instant hot water to every faucet and shower! Apply here.
Dear Valued Customers,

In light of Red Flag weather conditions, we'd like to remind our customers to remain prepared and informed in the case of an emergency. 

Water is an essential part of every emergency supply kit. Following a disaster or major power shut off, clean drinking water may not be available.

Prepare yourself by building a supply of water that will meet your family’s need. Make sure to stock enough tap or bottled water to last three to seven days. Anticipate each family member will need one to two gallons of water per day.

Additionally, customers should be prepared to disinfect available water by boiling water or using regular unscented chlorine bleach products that are suitable for disinfection and sanitation as indicated on the label.

To learn more about how to safely disinfect drinking water during an emergency please visit here.

Water disaster preparedness involves four easy steps:
  1. Store water
  2. Build an emergency kit
  3. Make a Plan.
  4. Stay informed

Residents and businesses are encouraged to register for emergency alerts at VC Alert and visit
incident information, road closures, power shut offs and more.

Stay safe and informed!
Susan Rungren
Ventura Water
General Manager