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Marijuana and Hemp are considered controlled substances by the Federal Government. Our water is delivered under contract with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation through Federal facilities. Pursuant to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation policy manual the District is prohibited from delivering water for the irrigation of these crops.
FOR ALL UPDATES ON IRRIGATION WATER DELIVERIES OR OUTAGES, PLEASE CLICK ON THE “OUTAGE UPDATE” TAB AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE OR SEE OUR NEWS SECTION LOCATED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE!
WATER OUT – PID has turned the water off for the season October 30, 2017. Private systems should have their own isolation valves for turning off early to do maintenance and blowing out private systems.
The Price Ditch is turned off for the winter. – Thank You.
As a reminder, underground District valves are not to be operated by non-District personnel. – THANK YOU
PID is not responsible for operating private systems. However if property damage is occurring due to over-topping head or tail ditches, plugged or broken pipes, or drains the District must turn off the District water-source until repairs to the private system are complete.
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Agricultural + Residential Water Irrigation Provider
Palisade Irrigation District
The Palisade Irrigation District delivers irrigation water from the Colorado River to a wide variety of agricultural enterprises in the eastern portion of the Grand Valley of west-central Colorado. Within the District you can find world-acclaimed vineyards and orchards including pear, peach, apricot, cherry, and apple. Hay, corn, alfalfa, vegetable farms, and hops are also grown.