The Grants Pass Irrigation District, located in Oregon’s Josephine and Jackson Counties, was organized in 1916 to provide adequate irrigation water for lands in the Rogue Valley. The district is dedicated to operate and maintain a distribution system that economically and environmentally enhances the community.
The next Board Meeting is May 12, 2016 at 10:00 AM. These are public meetings, so everyone is invited to attend. The meetings are held at 200 Fruitdale Drive Grants Pass in the conference room of the Grants Pass Irrigation District office. If you plan to attend, it is best if you call the office at (541) 476-2582 on […]
If you have not made your Irrigation payment, it is now past due and interest is being applied to the assessment. We mailed the GPID Assessments on January 27th and 28th, 2016. We changed our Assessment to a letter size format, unfortunately the programmer didn’t fix a problem with our return address and it picked […]
4/20/16 We are now spraying and cleaning ditches as part of our maintenance program. The NO SPRAY AGREEMENTS are out in the mail. Please be sure to mail them back into the office. If you are a landowner that wants to request that no chemicals are used to control plant growth on the District’s right […]
4/12/16 We are unable to touch the Rogue River until May 1st. It takes a few days to clean the fish screens after the May 1st date. So its almost a week before we can turn the pumps on. Then it takes a good 10 days (approximately) before you can really use the water. Our […]
If you have an emergency situation where you have water flooding your property or any other property (during irrigation season only); please call the office at 541-476-2582. Your call will go to our answering service and be handled with a GPID employee right away. The ditchwalkers, during the irrigation season, are subject to on call twenty-four (24) […]
With the irrigation season upon us, the District is constantly concerned with the safety of the general public and wants to remind everyone of the dangers posed by open irrigation canals. The canals contain slippery moss, sharp rocks, glass and barbed wire. There are a lot of hidden underwater dangers such as turbulence or suction, […]