Who We Are

The Indian Valley Community Services District supplies water and sewer services to the communities of Greenville, Taylorsville, and Crescent Mills, California. In the Beautiful Indian Valley of Plumas County!
These communities own this sytem of utilities and it benefits all of us.
We strive to provide the very best in service and with your support will continue to do so.
Thanks So Much!
It takes very hard work from a few to keep clean water flowing to many! Thanks to those that dedicate themselves to such work.

What We Do

The Community Services District (CSD) serves as the local government for Indian Valley. It is similar to a city government, supplying such services as fire protection, fresh water, street lighting, wastewater treatment, ambulance, and recreational facilities. The CSD exists under California law governing special districts (Government Code, Sec 61000 et seq).
"To provide and manage the necessary services for our communities health, safety, well being, and prosperity."

Latest News

April 2014

Our Board of Directors meeting will be April 09, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Greenville Community Town Hall, 120 Crescent Street, right behind the Greenville Fire Hall. Remember that all board meetings are recorded and audio can be found here on the website. Board packets will go up on this website the Friday before the meeting. Agendas are always posted the Friday before. Thanks. :)
Bills are due by the 25th of each month. To avoid late fees, Please have them mailed early enough to reach our office.
If you notice leaks anywhere around your community please report those ASAP to 530.284.7224 or e-mail to ivcsd@frontiernet.net.
Thanks So Much!

May 2014

May 14, 2014 the regular meeting of the Board of Directors moves to the Greenville Community Town Hall in Greenville, California at 120 Crescent Street, at 6:30 p.m. Remember all board meetings are audio recorded. Look for the board packet the Friday before the meeting, so you can print a copy before the meeting. The Facebook page will contain links to the website information too, so go and give the Facebook page a "Like" if you can. Recent rainfall has eased the drought concerns but California is still in an emergency water situation and it is asked that we all conserve water when possible, and check for leaks. Thanks So Much! Remember that credit/debit card payments are accepted by phone: 530.284.7224 to make a payment.