Pioneer Irrigation District is a non-profit irrigation district providing irrigation water to 34,000+ acres in the Canyon County and extreme Western Ada County area in Idaho. Established in 1901, we are proud to be a part of the Treasure Valley's rich agricultural history and are continually looking for the best ways to manage water needs now and for the future for both agriculture uses and the ever growing residential population in the Treasure Valley.


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IMPORTANT NEWS & UPDATES:

Statement Mistake:

Pioneer Irrigation District sent out what we thought were reminder notices to individuals that had not paid. Unfortunately, we had a glitch in our system and a past due notice was sent. The second half payments are not due until June 20, 2014. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may have caused you. Thank you for understanding!

Account Balance:

Have I made my 2nd half payment? Click here and a pdf will open that should be searchable. The accounts are in account number order. If you have any questions or comments please contact Pioneer at 208-459-3617.

 

Irrigation District tax payments:


June 20th is the final date for approximately 1,350 patrons of
the Pioneer Irrigation District to pay their 2013 irrigation tax assessments, District officials announced last week.


The majority are individuals who paid the first half of their tax
bill in December and are not delinquent. However, the remainder
have paid either less than half of their 2013 taxes or nothing at all,
including some of whom have unpaid tax bills from previous years,
according to Pioneer officials.


Pioneer mailed tax assessments to approximately 5,700 patrons
last fall. Property owners had the option to pay their tax
assessment in full or in two parts, the first part by December 20th
and the remainder on June 20th.


“Idaho law requires irrigation districts to file with the County
Recorder’s Office a delinquency list of property owners who have
not paid their assessment on time,” said Eric Slayton, Pioneer Secretary.


“This action puts people on notice that a lien for unpaid
irrigation assessments has been placed on their property.”
State law then mandates that tax deed action be taken against
properties whose assessments have not been paid in three years.
People who have questions about their tax bill should contact
the Pioneer office at 459-3617 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. More information about Pioneer Irrigation
District is also available at its web site at www.pioneerirrigation
.com.

 

Water Update:

May 1, 2014 USDA Water Supply Outlook Report click here

Please click the link below to see the current reservoir levels:
Bureau of Reclamation Site

This site is updated Monday thru Friday daily.

 


NEXT PIONEER BOARD OF DIRECTOR'S MEETING:

Next Board meeting will be held on July 22, 2014. To be on the agenda and address the Board, please call Pioneer's office at 459-3617.

Pioneer is governed by a Board of Directors:
Precinct #1-Alan Newbill
Term expires 2016

Precinct #2-Leland Earnest
Term expires 2015

Precinct #3-Rob Greenfield
Term expires 2014

Board members are elected by property owners in the District.



Pioneer Irrigation District
PO Box 426, Caldwell, ID 83606
(208) 459-3617 - info@pioneerirrigation.com
This page last modified: July 14, 2014
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