In support of IID’s Colorado River water management responsibilities, each calendar year IID apportions its annual water supply to all users in accordance with the Oct. 28, 2013 revised Equitable Distribution Plan. To be eligible for the agricultural apportionment, a field must be connected to IID’s canal system, be current with its water availability charges and water bills, be larger than 5 acres in size and used for crop production, algae farming or an actively managed duck pond. Water users may aggregate water accounts into farm units to facilitate the use and management of water among the fields in those accounts. Additionally, the EDP allows for an intra-district clearinghouse for the movement of agricultural water between IID Agricultural Water Users and Farm Units within the IID water service area. Movement of water between users is only possible through the use of the Agricultural Water Clearinghouse.
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|Equitable Distribution Plan - Frequently Asked Questions Updated 11/2014|
|2015 Apportionment Workshops Presentation 11-5-2014 [PDF]|
|Equitable Distribution Plan Revised 10-28-2013 [PDF]|
For an extended list of Equitable Distribution related documents, please visit the IID water library.
|IID-405 (11-13) Apportionment Acceptance Authorization [PDF] Updated 11/21/2013|
|Apportionment Acceptance Authorization Instructions [PDF] Updated 11/18/2013|
|IID-412 (11-13) Farm Unit Designation [PDF] Updated 11/18/2013|
|Farm Unit Designation Instructions [PDF] Updated 11/18/2013|
|IID-415 (R2 12-23) Clearinghouse Notice of Transfer [PDF] Updated 12/23/2015|
|Clearinghouse Notice of Transfer Instructions [PDF] Finalized 5/16/2013|
Please bring forms to your local division office or mail to:
Imperial Irrigation District
P.O. Box 937
Imperial, CA 92251