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 Board Meeting scheduled for Thursday, November 12th has been cancelled. The next meeting scheduled is December 10th. Thank you
The girls in the front office are making final courtesy calls on past due accounts. We realize that this year has been crazy, and some have been out of work or just now getting back to work due to Covid-19. If you find that you are struggling please call the office and speak with one […]
The Savage Pump Station will be shut down Friday, September 25th 2020 at 8 am. The District will start canal/ditch shutdown procedures at that time.
FYI- due to the adverse Air Quality in Grants Pass, OSHA has advised employers to provide safe and healthy workplaces, therefore the GPID staff have once again been limited to what job duties they can perform. Air Quality reaches an “unhealthy” work environment over an air quality index of 151. Today our air quality was […]
The Gravity Pump is temporarily down at the main pump station. We are not sure what the issue is as of right now, however our maintenance employees are working on the problem to get the pumps up and running as quickly as possible.
Due to flooding, the following area will be shut down E Park, Florence, Parkdale, Playford, Vista for repair. The Maintenance Crew will be out tomorrow to repair a blown pipe. We are hoping we will have this area up and running tomorrow afternoon! Please check back for updates!
UPDATE- The power was restored to the pump station around 3 pm yesterday. The guys began running the water out. If you haven’t gotten water yet, it should be there this morning. Early this morning there was a fire in the Rogue River Highway area. Some power lines in that area were burnt, shutting […]
The Board Meeting scheduled for July 11, 2020 has been cancelled.
We are aware of the low pressure/water flow that some are experiencing. The guys are working diligently to stabilize the canals/ditches and pipes. Everyone should have more pressure by the end of today. Please bear with us!
Providing we do not run into any unforeseen problems, GPID will start flushing the canals/ditches on Monday April 27th. Please remember it takes 7 to 10 days to complete process. Please refrain from opening any valves for this time period, as it could cause debris to block valves and pipes. Please also remember our Ditchwalkers […]