Irrigation Facts

Irrigation is available to any land parcel within the district that can accept a minimum of 30 minutes of irrigation. The district is responsible for the main pipelines and providing water to your property line. Landowners are responsible to install and maintain the pipes and valves (risers) to make it possible to properly irrigate their land or hook up household (potable) water. The district maintains standards that must be followed before we are able to connect your private pipe to the main system. Details are available at the office.

Irrigation is purchased in advance. You must have an irrigation account with the district, and the account must have a positive balance. Irrigation accounts must have a credit reflecting the amount of money for the water you order.

Irrigation alternates between the north and south sides of the district. You will be able to irrigate every other week. Each Monday, the Zanjero for the area that will be irrigated collects the orders for water and plans where and when water can most efficiently be delivered. The date and time of your irrigation is dependent on the total water ordered and where it is to be delivered. It is not possible to ask for water, for example, every other Saturday afternoon. It just doesn’t work that way. The Zanjeros make every effort to work with residents who have special needs or inflexible work schedules, but it’s never going to be a flawless system. Your understanding and cooperation is appreciated.

Remember that once you request water, you are responsible for having someone available at your property to open risers to receive water, monitor for overflows and leaks, and close risers ON TIME. We all depend on one another to be timely and attentive to our irrigation.

If you need help or have any questions, contact your Zanjero first.

North of San Tan Blvd. Zanjero’s cell phone (Vance) — 480-226-2122
South of San Tan Blvd. Zanjero’s cell phone (Cruz) — 480-797-1132

North side schedule for 2018 (Full year schedule)

South side schedule for 2018 (Full year schedule)

If you need replacement Gaskets, click here:

Schedule of Fees & Penalties. Irrigation violations do not reset annually, but do reset after 1 year if there are no more violations.

Irrigation Policies and Procedures. Please read.

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