Ventura Water General Manager Susan Rungren shares an important message with our customers- your tap water is safe to drink!
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that citizens continue to use and drink tap water as usual. COVID-19 has not been detected in drinking water and will not affect water supply.

Ventura Water is committed to providing its customers with safe, reliable, and quality water services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The City’s water supply meets all stringent state and federal drinking water requirements. For frequently asked questions on COVID-19 and water and wastewater visit EPA's Website.
Shout out to Ventura Water employees who continue to provide essential services for our community during this challenging time! Please know that we are here for you!

Ventura Water continues to operate key facilities, conduct routine testing, and maintain vital infrastructure to ensure safe and reliable water and wastewater services.
Help us protect vital infrastructure by disposing of wipes, paper towels, and napkins in the trash - not the toilet!

We understand that the high demand on household products has made it difficult for residents to purchase toilet paper.

However, when flushed down the toilet, alternative products such as wipes, paper towels and napkins can cause serious issues in your household plumbing and in the City sewer system. Please do your part by only flushing waste and toilet paper and help us avoid a potentially messy situation!
City of Ventura closes parks and beaches in response to COVID-19

In support of the "Stay Well at Home" order, issued by the Ventura County Public Health Officer, all parks and beaches in the City of Ventura will be closed until further notice in order to support the urgent need for physical distancing during the COVID-19 emergency period. This includes the Promenade, Pier, and Wastewater Treatment Plant wildlife ponds. View full press release.

The City of Ventura is committed to keeping our community as updated as possible during this dynamic situation. To support these efforts, we have developed a   webpage   to share the latest information on impacts to City services, facility closures, and  updates from Ventura County Public Health .
Ventura County Office of Emergency Services operates the official Ventura County incident information website containing all current information on the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation in Ventura County. To get local COVID-19 information and news updates sent to you, subscribe here .