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El Dorado Irrigation District
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About El Dorado Irrigation District
We can trace our history back to the first hand-dug ditches that transported water to prospectors in the mid-1800s, but the District was not formally organized until 1925 under the Irrigation District Act (Water Code §§ 20500 et seq.). We still hold water rights that date from the gold rush days, and we continue to work on securing and maintaining a reliable water supply. The District’s Project 184 hydroelectric provides important pre-1914 consumptive water rights dating back to the original mining activities of the region in addition to providing renewable energy for the County. Through negotiations with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and an Act of Congress, the District acquired Jenkinson Lake at Sly Park Recreation Area in late 2003 providing another critical local water supply. Additionally, we have a repayment contract with the Bureau and also exercise District consumptive water rights associated with Project 184 and historical agricultural activities for diversion from Folsom Lake to meet growing municipal and industrials demands of the region. Our customers’ needs are as broad-ranging as the area’s stunning natural diversity. We provide drinking water, wastewater treatm...ent, and recycled water for residential, commercial, and industrial needs over significant portions of western El Dorado County. We own and operate a 21-megawatt hydroelectric power project that includes dams, four reservoirs, and 23 miles of flumes, canals, siphons, and tunnels. We also manage several outdoor recreation sites, including the Sly Park Recreation Area and a 48-unit campground at Silver Lake. Today, the District’s facilities and delivery infrastructure serves our 43,000 water accounts and includes more than 1,119 miles of pipeline, 27 miles of ditches, 5 treatment plants, 36 storage reservoirs, and 38 pumping stations. The wastewater system, with nearly 24,000 accounts, operates 60 lift stations, 456 miles of pipeline and 4 treatment facilities. El Dorado Hills and Deer Creek wastewater plants produce 3,500 acre-feet of recycled water for use in front and backyard irrigation at 5,500 homes, commercial entities, and public spaces. With approximately 230 employees, we are one of the largest employers in El Dorado County. The population in our service area exceeds 130,000.
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