Water turn-out date - October 23, 2015

We'll be shutting the water off for the season on Friday, October 23, 2015. It's been a long season! If you need to fence the canal make sure to contact your ditch rider.

Storage Water Use Begins - July 1, 2015

You should receive your storage allocation letter in the mail in the next few days. If you have any questions please call your ditch rider or the office.

Storage Water Update - June 2, 2015

Our recent rains have been a real blessing. With the rain falling over the entire upper Snake River, canals decreased diversions. That resulted in water being available to fill storage rights. I've just learned that the Palisades 1939 storage right has filled to 100%. Our Jackson and American Falls storage had already filled, so that means we should have a sufficient water supply for the 2015 season, provided we get natural flow until at least mid-June.

Friday, April 10th - With the exception of two Headgates we are filling every order.

Wednesday, April 8th - We've reached the end of the Highline and Lowline canals and all laterals are filling.

Monday, April 6th - this morning the water made it to our Cedar ditch rider station on the Highline and to the Wilson spill on the Lowline.

Saturday, April 4th - At 2 PM the water on the Highline was just above Kendall Rd and on the Lowline just above Vambaur Rd.

Friday, April 3rd, the water is almost to D-lateral and moving fast. 

As of 3pm, Thursday, April 2nd, the water has passed the Watts area and is below Wada Farms...we anticipate it reaching the Hilton area around Midnight!

2015 WATER SEASON TURN-IN DATE - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1ST - See Manager's Updates link on left side for more information

February 22, 2015 - We began diverting 170 cfs for the Idaho Water Resource Board recharge effort at 8 AM this morning.

February 11, 2015 WATER REPORT
SNOW PACK:  Henry's Fork, Teton Basin - 104% SWE; Snake above Palisades - 119% SWE; Willow, Portneuf, Blackfoot - 95% SWE.

RESERVOIR CONTENTS:  Jackson 77% and passing inflow of 541 cfs; Palisades 81 (the Bureau began increasing flows for flood control on February 7th and are currently at 2,100 cfs (1,200 cfs increase)); American Falls 74%, releasing 1,237 cfs and continuing to fill at a normal rate.