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IID announces the kickoff of its 2019 Quality AC Tune-Up Program to help customers save electricity and money by improving the efficiency of their air conditioners.
The IID today filed a legal brief with California’s Fourth Appellate District Court in its appeal of a local court’s decision challenging the district’s water rights.
IID Board’s request to implement Farm Bill’s drought provisions and funding commitment to protect Salton Sea supported by Sen. Feinstein
IID is pleased to have the support of Senator Dianne Feinstein, who on Wednesday, called on the Trump administration to quickly implement new drought provisions Congress included in the recently enacted Farm Bill to protect the Salton Sea.
IID customers who are federal employees and impacted by the U.S. government’s partial shutdown are eligible for payment deferral.
IID expects about 1,000 additional electric customers will soon be able to qualify for the district’s energy assistance programs, following action taken by the IID Board of Directors.
In the spirit of the holiday season, IID employees distributed hundreds of articles of warm winter children’s clothing along with a lot of good cheer Tuesday morning at the Campesinos Unidos, Inc. headquarters in Brawley.
Three candidates who were elected this year to the IID Board of Directors were administered the oath of office during ceremonies conducted Friday, December 7, in the IID boardroom in El Centro, Calif.
The IID wishes to advise customers that fraudulent activity has been on the rise.
12/06/2018 5:30 PM
To ensure the integrity of its customer accounting system, IID’s bill payment system will undergo necessary support upgrades this weekend.
Late Monday afternoon, November 19, three of IID’s energy construction crews and one IID emergency response team headed to Paradise, California to help that Northern California area recover from some of the most devastating wildfires in the state’s history.
The IID Board of Directors will conduct public hearings regarding proposed revisions to its electrical street, area and metered lighting LED rates and the Energy Cost Adjustment-Renewable rate in November.
A Los Angeles County Superior court judge today granted a preliminary injunction preventing the county of Riverside from implementing a controversial ordinance that, if enacted, would bypass the authority of the IID to set electric rates for its customers.
IID is celebrating Public Power Week, Oct. 7-13, along with more than 2,000 other community-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 49 million Americans.
10/04/2018 8:00 AM
The IID Board of Directors has approved the development of a new green energy rate program that will allow customers to designate how much renewable energy they wish to be served.
IID set a new record for peak electricity demand in 2018 on Monday, July 23 and expects usage to be even higher on Tuesday.
07/24/2018 10:38 AM
Imperial Irrigation District has filed civil litigation in Riverside County Superior Court against the Riverside County Board of Supervisors for knowingly adopting an unprecedented ordinance that conflicts with state law.
07/16/2018 6:18 PM
IID water safety mascot Dippy Duck and the IID Board of Directors presented $12,000 in summer activity grants to six Imperial Valley communities as part of the district’s water safety campaign during the board’s June 26 meeting.
IID wishes to alert customers that fraudulent scams are being reported by utility consumers in the district’s service area.
05/29/2018 3:20 PM
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Brenda W. Burman will address the IID Board of Directors and the public during IID’s regularly scheduled board of directors meeting Tuesday.
05/21/2018 11:49 AM
With desert temperatures on the rise and the need to remind the public that the safest way to avoid drowning in canals and drains is to stay away from them, the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors declared May to be Water Safety Month.