The end of irrigation season marks the beginning of maintenance season for our field crew. You will see lots of activity at the head end of the Feed Canal as we prepare to be ready, willing and able to take water to Cold Springs Reservoir.
The 2016 Season has come to an end. The A-Line and Maxwell were shut off this morning. There is still water in the canals that needs to drain out. Our crew will now start their winter maintenance projects.
Don’t forget to Winterize your systems!
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Use of Reclamation Water or Facilities for Activities Prohibited by the Controlled Substances Act of 1970.
Due to cooler temperatures and reduced usage our scheduled shutoff has been pushed out to Monday, October 10th.
Did you know that many areas of Hermiston are listed on the US Fish and Wildlife Service National Wetlands Inventory. Click the link below for more information.
Cold Springs Reservoir was formed when Cold Springs Wash was dammed in 1908 to provide storage for irrigation water coming down the wash and from that diverted from the Umatilla River and, occasionally, from the Columbia River.
This is to provide you with notice that Hermiston Irrigation District will be applying aquatic herbicide as per NPDES Permit No. 102565.
A Captain treatment will be applied to the following canal on:
Thursday, August 18, 2016
A Natique treatment will be applied to the following canal on:
Thursday, August 18, 2016
If you have any questions call 541-567-3024.