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Our Mission

The mission of the Tumalo Irrigation District is to manage our available resources to meet the present and future water needs of our service area by providing a reliable supply of irrigation water in an environmentally and economically responsible manner with an atmosphere of courtesy, integrity and quality of service.

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The September Board Meeting has been rescheduled to Thursday September 4th at 10am.  This is a change from our normal second Tuesday at 10 am date and time.

Please make a note of it!

New DBBC Brochure (pdf)

Potential Private Ditch and Water Theft Policies

A new water theft and private ditch policy has been submitted for the boards review.  You can view these potential policies below.  The Tumalo staff and Board welcomes any comments you may have on these policies.  Please send your comments to: 

Water Theft

Private Ditches

Staff Procedures

ORS.540 for Private Ditches

Basin Study Press Release

Did you purchase any new nozzles, gaskets, or regulators for your irrigation system?

If so you may be eligible for a rebate from the Energy Trust of Oregon. If your utility is either Pacific Power or PGE and you purchased and installed any of these or the 13 other items we rebate for irrigation within the last 180 days we can send you a rebate check. Just fill in the attached Incentive Application and attach your receipts then email, fax, or mail it into us the address is at the bottom of the form.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.
 

REBATE FORM

Tumalo Creek instream Water

Fire Info

Sprinkler head nozzle chart

Telemetry

Policies

Central Or Weather
Southern Or Cascades (Crescent Lake BS Camp)
Central Or Cascades (Mt Bachelor)
Northern Cascades (Mt St Helens)

 

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The Deschutes Soil and Water Conservation District provides conservation assistance to landowners in Deschutes County including water quality, irrigation water management, weeds, wildlife, wildfire, pasture management and assistance with grant opportunities. If you are in need of assistance, please contact DS&W at (541)923-2204 to arrange a free consultation on your property.

 

http://www.deschutesswcd.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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