2907 South Maple Avenue

Fresno, CA 93725-2218

Fresno IrrigationPh. 559.233.7161

Proposition 218

 

You can download the following information here:

Engineer's Report (PDF)

Proposition 218 FAQ(PDF)

 


 

FRESNO IRRIGATION DISTRICT

Invites You to Attend Their

Town Hall Meetings and Public Hearing

to Discuss the Upcoming Proposition 218 Election

 

TOWN HALL MEETINGS:

 

Monday, April 10, 2017 5:30pm

C.P.D.E.S. Hall

172 W Jefferson Avenue

Fresno, CA 93706

 

Thursday, April 20, 2017 5:30pm

Clovis City Hall – Council Chambers

1033 5th Street

Clovis, CA 93612

 

Monday, April 24, 2017 5:30pm

Kerman Community/Teen Center

15101 W. Kearney Blvd

Kerman, CA 93630

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING MEETING:

 

Thursday, June 8, 2017 4:00pm

Fresno Irrigation District Office

2907 S Maple Avenue

Fresno, CA 93725

Welcome to the Fresno Irrigation District

“Your Most Valuable Resource – Water”

We welcome you to the website of the Fresno Irrigation District –

In 1920, the Fresno Irrigation District (District) became the successor to the privately owned Fresno Canal and Land Company.  The District inherited over 800 miles of canals and distribution networks that were constructed between 1860 and 1890.  In addition to the canals, the District also retained extensive water rights on the Kings River.  The District receives a small amount of water from the San Joaquin River through the Friant Water Authority.

The District is made up of 245,000 acres of rich farmland and urban areas all within Fresno County.  Water from our infrastructures supplies the rapidly growing metropolitan areas of the City of Fresno and the City of Clovis. 

As the premier irrigation district in the Central Valley, the District has been involved in local, valley, and state-wide water issues.    The District is proud to be involved in programs such as the Kings River Fishery Management Program and a leader in developing groundwater banking facilities.  The District continues to strive to be the good stewards of surface and groundwater supplies to meet the needs of the agricultural, urban, and environmental requirements of our constituents and neighbors.