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Beginning July 1, 2013, customers will be able to view the City of Vineland Water Utility’s Annual Water Quality Report online via the following link: http://www.vinelandcity.org/electric/vmeusite/2012_Water_Quality_Report.pdf

This report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water.  Please call 856-794-4056 if you would like a hardcopy report sent to your home.


En Espanol:

A partir del 1 de Julio del 2013, usted podra accedar a traves del internet el reporte annual de calidad de agua potable de la compania de aqua de Vineland.  El reporte estara disponible en http://www.vinelandcity.org/electric/vmeusite/2012_Water_Quality_Report.pdf

El reporte contiene valiosa informacion acerca de las Fuentes de abasto y calidad de su aqua potable.  Si desea obtener por correo una copia de su mas reciente reporte de calidad de agua puede solicitor la misma comunicandose al (856) 794-4056.



A message from the City’s Health Department:

Canvassing for unlicensed dogs and cats begins on April 1st. Owners of unlicensed animals will be issued summonses. The one and only additional free rabies clinic prior to the start of canvassing will be held on March 15th at the Carl Arthur Center at Third and Plum Sts. 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM for dogs and 11:30 AM to 1:00PM for cats.




PLEASE NOTE:  If your animal has been previously vaccinated, you must bring a copy of the previous vaccination slip to the clinic so you may obtain a three (3) year shot.  If a previous vaccination certificate is unavailable, the shot given at this clinic will expire on March 15, 2015.  Vaccination certificates WILL NOT be changed at the Health Department so please be sure to bring your current certificate with you to the clinic.


The importance of rabies inoculation is critical in protecting one’s family and pets from this serious and potentially fatal disease.  Vaccinated animals act as buffer between man and rabid wildlife.  Keeping your pets vaccinated is the single most important thing you can do to help control the spread of rabies. Special attention should be given to cats as they continue to be the prime domestic animal at risk.



























Payment will not be accepted between the hours of 9 p.m. and 12 a.m. due to system maintenance.

Vineland Municipal Utilities

640 E. Wood Street

PO Box 1508

Vineland, NJ 08362-1508

(856) 794-4021—Customer Service Dept.


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