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2016 Irrigation Season Comes to a Close Around Boise, Idaho

Boise Idaho Irrigation

Fall is here and the irrigation districts in the Treasure Valley have announced the turn-off dates for their systems.  Irrigation to lands supplied by the Arrowrock Division of the Boise Project Board of Control and Lake Lowell Reservoir are scheduled to cease on Friday, October 7, 2016.  The New York Canal may continue to move water to Lake Lowell.

Please see other pertinent shut off dates below:

Nampa Meridian Irrigation District         October 6

New Union Ditch                                          October 15

New Dry Creek Ditch                                   October 15

Settlers Irrigation                                         October 14

Farmers Union Ditch                                   October 20

It may take a couple of days for the waters to drain.  Homeowners can plan to do their last irrigating before the shut off dates and then plan to winterize their systems.

Feel free to call the office at 208.323.1080 and listen to our recorded information about irrigation status for those subdivisions that we manage.


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