Once the payment processing screen opens, please click the Irrigation Assessments link on the right side and enter the required data to pay your bill.
Please note there is a convenience fee of 2.95% of the payment amount for credit/debit cards ($1.95 minimum) or $0.95 for electronic checks. These fees pay for the cost of credit card/EFT processing and do not benefit Pioneer Irrigation District.
Pay-by-phone is available NOW! You may call the office at 208-459-3617 to pay your bill over the phone (convenience fees noted above do apply).
Water is currently out of Pioneer's system.
Crews are starting winter maintenance activities. Please make sure any items you may have in ditch/canal easements are moved immediately. Pioneer is not responsible for damage to items left in the easement, and property owners may be charged for removal of items left in easements.
Please also note that the off-season is a great time for property owners to perform maintenance along fence lines, etc. Pioneer does not burn or maintain weeds right up against fence lines, in order to avoid damaging fences. Property owners are responsible for that maintenance, as well as trimming any trees/bushes out of the easement.
If you have questions about Pioneer's maintenance activities, or property owner responsibilities along easements, please call Pioneer's office at 208-459-3617.
For a map of Pioneer Irrigation District, please click here.
Board of Director meetings are typically held on the 7th of each month, unless there is a conflict. They are held at Pioneer's office at 3804 S. Lake Ave., in Caldwell, ID. The next regularly scheduled Board Meeting is November 13, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.
If you would like to be on the agenda to address the Board, please call the District's Secretary/Treasurer at 459-3617.
Pioneer Irrigation District is a non-profit irrigation district providing irrigation water to 34,000+ acres of land in parts of Canyon County and Western Ada County, Idaho. Established in 1901, Pioneer is proud to be a part of the Treasure Valley's rich agricultural history and we are continually looking for the best ways to manage water needs now and into the future for both agricultural and residential irrigation uses.