Chandler Heights Citrus Irrigation District exists to provide our community with an exceptional and reliable supply of high quality drinking water that meets or exceeds all EPA and ADEQ drinking water standards, at the lowest possible cost.
Secondarily, CHCID provides irrigation water to residential and agricultural parcels that are of sufficient size to accept a minimum of ½ hour of typical irrigation water at a rate of 1400 GPM. We are UNABLE to accommodate special requests. If you purchase irrigation, you are responsible for having someone available to receive water whenever it is assigned to you. You may work with your neighbors or hire someone to open and close for you if you cannot be there.
The CHCID Monthly Board Meetings have been changed from the 1st Wednesday of the month to the 2nd Wednesday of the month starting in March 2019.
To sign up online for irrigation, please use the PrePaid Irrigation Signup located at the top of the homepage. You have the option of “Pre-Paid Account” for those with money in their account or “Charge Card on File.”
Irrigation schedules are posted here by 1:00 pm every Tuesday.
To pay either domestic or irrigation bills via credit card, please complete this authorization form FIRST. CHCID will ONLY charge credit card when a customer contacts the office to authorize payment. CHCID will not charge credit card automatically under any circumstances.
The CHCID Board of Directors has recognized the District has grown and the need for an additional water storage tank to process & treat domestic water is now here. Working with the District Engineer, the CHCID Board of Directors has gathered bids and has accepted one to build a 500,000 gallon water storage tank at the CHCID Water District site on Valencia. This will take a few months until fully functional. Plans are proceeding on schedule. The citrus trees have been removed to accommodate the new tank. Digging has begun. The foundation is almost ready for the new tank.
Gaskets, click here: – If some of your irrigation valves are leaking it is likely to be because the gasket is worn out. CHCID does sell gaskets for the most common valves in use, including for the obsolete KT valve
Last Updated: February 19, 2019
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