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Valley Water Systems will be closed Monday, September 1, 2014 to observe Labor Day!!!

Welcome

 

Thanks for taking the time to visit our new website.

We are looking forward as using this site as a tool to keep you the visitor informed about things happening at Valley Water Systems and our town.

 

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Welcome to Valley Water Systems

We are regulated, privately owned water utility serving over 6600
customers in Plainville, Southington, and Farmington, Connecticut.

The roots of the company were established by charter of the State
General Assembly in 1884. In that year a reservoir was constructed
for $6500 and the water company's first water service was installed
soon after. During the intervening period, and some 6500 customers
between then and now, miles of water mains, hydrants, pump stations,
treatment plants, and storage tanks have been built.

Today our headquarters houses a staff equipped to handle virtually
every phase of activity expected of an investor owned water utility.

Pay On-Line

 

Valley Water Systems is excited to offer customers an easy and secure way to view, print and pay their water bills online. We support electronic presentment (viewing) and billing because it is more convenient for our customers and better for the environment.

 

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Pay and/or view your account Online

Paying online with a credit card or electronic check saves time,
gives you the flexibility to pay how and when desired, saves
money (no more stamps, paper checks or envelopes) and Invoice
Cloud will store your information for future use - but only
if you choose to store it.

Click to learn more.

Customer Support

 

Please call 860-747-8000 and speak to one of our helpful & friendly customer service representatives - they are here to assist you.

 

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Efficient Customer Support

Our fully trained office personnel are here to help with any
questions. Read our Frequently Asked Questions page, or
call the office to speak directly with one of our
friendly staff members.

Click to learn more.

News

 

Stay tuned for incentives on making the switch to a paperless bill. In the past an iPod and a Westfarms Mall gift certificate have been awarded to prior contest winners.

 

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Paperless Billing

Please consider a switch to paperless billing.
It will cut down on the amount of paper used to mail our bills.
You will also be able to view all of your prior bills
through your online account.

Click to learn more.

News

 

Stay tuned.

 

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Construction Update
Valley Water Systems is in the process of replacing aging water main on Webster Street. This
infrastructure improvement will have a positive effect on neighborhood water quality and fire flows.

Hydrant Flushing
Hydrant Flushing has begun. The flushing schedule is located in the flushing section of the
website under the Customers tab.
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Clean Water
Preserving safe, quality water!

In order to continue protecting current and future water quality, we at Valley will persist with on-going improvement programs, pursue more in-depth interaction and involvement with local and state officials and expand areas of public awareness and education.

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Understanding you Bill
How to read your invoice.

Many people have questions regarding the details found on their water bill.
We have a page devoted to decribing everything on your bill.
Just click on the read more at the end of this paragraph.

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Quality support
Our Support is second to none.

Our office hours are 8:00 am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday. You are welcome to make a payment or stop by with any questions or concerns during these hours.
We also have a drop box in our parking lot for your convenience.

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Welcome to Valley Water Systems!

The roots of the company were established by charter of the State General Assembly in 1884. In that year a reservoir was constructed for $6500 and the water company's first water service was installed soon after. During the intervening period, and some 6500 customers between then and now, miles of water mains, hydrants, pump stations, treatment plants, and storage tanks have been built. These water system additions represent over $20,000,000 of investment.

Today our headquarters houses a staff equipped to handle virtually every phase of activity expected of an investor owned water utility.

We are pleased that you have decided to stop by to visit us. If you have unanswered questions, do not hesitate to contact us via email or at (860) 747-8000.