The recent raging storms have tested EID infrastructure. The collapse of flumes and canals due to earth movement is difficult to guard against. Through our capital improvement plan, we allocate funds to rehabilitate or replace sections of our aging infrastructure before emergencies happen. We know that emergency work is often double the cost of planned construction and repairs, that’s why a robust infrastructure repair and replacement program is necessary. And we aim for that with our capital improvement program. But sometimes Mother Nature takes over, as has been the case in these opening months of 2017.
Read our bimonthly newsletter for interesting and important information about the District.
Recycled Water Irrigation Workshop
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Regular Board Meeting
Memorial Day - EID Offices Closed
Emergency Updates 2017 - Documents Available
Documents and/or updates have been posted to the Emergency Updates - 2017 webpage. Click the link below to view.
Governor Lifts Drought Emergency, Restrictions Remain
On Friday, April 7, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. issued an executive order lifting the drought emergency that has been in effect since 2014. Only Fresno, Kings, Tulare, and Tuolumne counties remain under drought emergency conditions.
Message from the GM: Emergency Conditions and EID’s Dedicated Workers
Read the latest message from EID’s general manager about the district’s emergency conditions and the dedicated personnel who work safely and urgently to address our community’s needs.
- April 22 at 9:07PM
- April 17 at 7:00AM
- April 16 at 3:20PM