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Fire Hydrant Exercising & Flushing

CH2MHill; the District’s Utility Operation & Maintenance contractor has begun fire hydrant exercising and flushing and will continue this project over the next few months.

Other than the inconvenience of water streaming from the diffuser at the hydrant, there should be no interruption in service, nor any adverse impact. However at times, flushing can cause a brief disruption of sediment in the lines and cause discoloration or “brown water”. If this does occur it should be temporary and resolved by running the tap for a few minutes until clear. If you have any questions or concerns, please call Bo Widman; C&D Manager with CH2MHill at 352-391-8097.

The District is pleased to be able to serve its customers with a supply of pure and safe water while providing dependable wastewater and storm water services.

Water supply quantities are regulated by the St. Johns Water Management District (Lake County) and Southwest Florida Water Management District (Sumter and Marion County) which have issued consumptive use permits to the four utility companies serving the residents of The Villages. Water and wastewater treatment and distribution are regulated by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

The Utilities serving the residents of The Villages are:

  • Village Center Service Area (Lake County and District 1 in Sumter County) is owned by Village Center Community Development District.
  • Little Sumter Service Area (District 2, 3 in Sumter County and District 4 in Marion County) is owned by Village Center Community Development District.
  • North Sumter County Utility Dependent District (District 5, 6, 7, 8 and a part of District 9 in Sumter County) is owned by North Sumter County Utility Dependent District.

VCCDD Utilities Department is responsible for the operations and management of the water and wastewater treatment systems. The VCCDD Finance Department is responsible for the billing and collection of payment for those services.

If you are unable to find the information you are seeking or have specific questions, please call 352-750-0000 or submit an inquiry or concern by clicking the link found on the front page of the District website,

Our Mission is to provide water and customer service our community has come to expect and deserve