Community Services Districts, in the State of California, are authorized to provide a wide variety of municipal services when requested by residents and property owners within the District. Said requested services must then be approved by both the Board of Directors of the District and by the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) of the county within which the District is located.
Wastewater - Collection-Treatment-Storage
The Sewage and Wastewater Services program of the Pauma Valley Community Services District (PVCSD) was authorized in 1969. The authorization provided for the installation and use of several miles of sewer lines and for the operation and maintenance of facilities for the collection, treatment, and disposal of sewage and waste.
The Sewage and Wastewater Services program has over 400 service connections, 144 manholes, and 3 economically efficient wastewater pumping stations which move wastewater from one elevation to another.
Vital components of the program include regular video inspections of underground pipelines, back-up generators for power stations in the event of electrical outages, enhanced wastewater treatment plant facilities, and an active sewer system management program with the help of Dudek & Associates, an environmental consulting firm, specializing in Water Infrastructure and Treatment Design, and Water Supply Planning.
Security and Patrol Services
The Security and Patrol Services program of the Pauma Valley Community Services District (PVCSD) is comprised of officers trained as first responders in basic first aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillation (AED), Infant CPR, Lift-Assist and Oxygen Administration.
The Security and Patrol Services program is available to District residents, business owners and visitors 24-hours a day and 7 days a week. PVCSD officers respond to all calls in a prompt, courteous, and highly professional manner and are committed to the protection of life and property throughout the District.
Current Security Officers:
The Gate Access Services program of the Pauma Valley Community Services District (PVCSD) is a highly controlled, monitored, and photographed egress and ingress system for the Pauma Valley Country Club Estates development. Three access gates are monitored while the main gate is manned 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags are used to access each gate and can be purchased at the District Office with proof of a valid driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and vehicle registration.
Current Gate Attendants:
Service personnel such as landscapers, gardeners, and domestic help are issued Service Passes or an RFID transponder when sponsored by a resident. Outside vendors are given passes as they enter.
Dispatch-Security Assistance: 760-742-3112
Front Gate Guest Call-In: 760-742-3112
San Diego Sheriff/VC Substation: 760-749-1303
California Highway Patrol: 760-757-1675
San Diego County Animal Control: 760-746-7307
Cal Fire: 760-742-3243
Rules of the Road
The Pauma Valley Roadway Association and the Pauma Valley Community Services District have entered into an agreement to cooperate on matters of public safety while traveling on the private roadways maintained by PVRA and to follow the guidelines established by the PVRA as they pertain to ingress and egress through the gated entrances on the private roadways. A complete copy of the “Usage and Access – Rules of the Road” is available for download or to be read online. For additional information regarding PVRA, please visit their website at http://www.roadwayassn.org.