Roza IRRIGATION DISTRICT
125 S. 13th St, P. O. Box 810, Sunnyside, WA 98944 USA
Special Board Meeting - Monday, September 22, 2014 at 10:30A.M.
Click here....BID DOCUMENTS FOR 2014-2015 PROJECT YEAR, Bid Addendum #1 and Bid Addendum #2
2014-2015 PROJECT YEAR ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS...P8 SEPA Check List, P8 DNS and New and Existing Pipe Routes
Embankment Construction & Mass Excavation Bid Ready documents available here Drawings, Specifications, Geotechnical Report, Pre-bid attendance, SWPPP, Construction Stormwater Permit, Addendum No. 1, Addendum No. 2 and Embankment Bid Results
Roza Irrigation District issued a statement regarding supplying federal water to marijuana growing operations, please click on appropriate county to view document... Yakima County and Benton County.
2014 Acrolein/Teton/Cascade/Captain/Copper Schedule....click here.
District Projects section updated February 2011....click here.
Current News -
Per Roza Irrigation District Board meeting on January 8, 2008 there has been a change to the By-Laws, Article 6 (click here) and to the Rules and Regulations under Delivery, Payment and Pooling of Water (click here).
Parcel number information and placing water orders now available on our website....click here.
Just a reminder - the new rule for pooling states that "No changes in pooling will be allowed after June 1st"
For the most current USBR reservoir storage levels (during irrigation season) click here
The Roza District is located in the Yakima Valley in eastern Washington and currently provides irrigation water to 72,000 acres.
The Yakima Valley is the most diversified agricultural project in the world, and also one of the most productive. The title of "Fruit Bowl of the Nation" is certainly appropriate. The Roza District is a significant part of the United States Bureau of Reclamation's Yakima Project and well deserving of the pride of ownership with which it is held by its constituents.
The Board and Management of the Roza Irrigation District are dedicated to providing the highest level of service at a reasonable cost to its farm operators. We continue to work diligently at securing additional storage and the settling of all water rights issues. We have also adopted an extensive long term project rehabilitation plan, that is designed to attain the highest state of the art in irrigation operations, while maintaining a reasonable and cost effective assessment rate.
The Roza staff is here to serve you, the water users, and urge you to contact us at any time that we may be of service.
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