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State Water Resources Control Board flow proposal
A proposal by the State Water Resources Control Board would require the Merced, Tuolumne, and Stanislaus rivers to dedicate 35 percent of unimpaired flow to fish and wildlife from February to June each year. If approved, the Substitute Environmental Document (SED) would undoubtedly have a significant impact on TID customers. View our State Water Resources Control Board flow proposal page here more information, including a fact sheet.
TID has been committed to providing our customers with a reliable supply of water since its inception in 1887. With its foresight and innovative thinking about meeting changing environmental demands while protecting our long standing water rights, we are building on prior achievements, developing solutions to enhance our investments, and safeguarding our natural resources, all to maintain a dependable water system.
TID owns and maintains more than 250 miles of gravity-fed canals and laterals serving over 4,900 irrigation customers covering approximately 150,000 acres of farmland.
We strive to introduce inventive ways to meet the local community's needs for power generation and irrigation, while also preserving fish and wildlife populations.
As we manage the District's water, we are focused on ensuring a stable and reliable supply for irrigation customers, especially in dry years.
Examine hourly data measured at water facilities operated by the District.
As longtime stewards of the Tuolumne River, the District desires to inform people regarding the river's conditions.
TID staff members work diligently to stay abreast of the ever-changing regulatory programs that affect the District's operations as well as those of its customers.
View rate schedules for irrigation water, as well as domestic water served to the community of La Grange.