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WATER WENT OUT OF THE PRICE DITCH BEGINNING AT 9:00 A.M. ON OCTOBER 24TH
District piped laterals will continue to drain as our customers use the water remaining. District staff will begin opening District lateral drains at the end of the lines in the coming weeks (private systems will not be drained by the District). Freezing weather will soon be upon us, however users may still use water at their own risk. In the meantime, please plan to winterize your system. As a reminder, underground District valves are not to be operated by non-District personnel. If you have problems isolating your system for winterization, please contact the office and we will be happy to assist you. – THANK YOU
The Price Ditch Pipeline is off for the winter.
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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If you call & leave a message or email AND request a return call, please NOTE – when our Field Techs/Ditch Riders call you back, caller id will appear as “Blocked” or “Private” or “Restricted”, & you’ll want to answer during the time you have contacted PID; if you have blocking on your phone line, we will be unable to contact you. We will at our earliest convenience call from the office or email in return. We CANNOT release our Field Techs cell numbers.
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.