2015
Swalley Irrigation District

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64672 Cook Ave., Suite #1 Bend OR 97701
Phone: 541-388-0658
Fax: 541-389-0433
Email:
suzanne@swalley.com

Immediate water delivery concerns? Contact your ditchrider;
Karl at 541-410-8681 or Kelly, 541-410-8682, Monday-Friday from 7:30- 3 p.m.
Calls outside of this time period should only be urgent ones.

Office hours are Monday-Friday, from 7:30 to 4 pm.
The office is closed for lunch from 12-12:30.
There may be times when no one is in the office.
You may leave a message on the answering machine.
After Hours Emergency: 541-388-1452


Upcoming board meetings:  April 14, May 28, June 16, July 29, August 25,
September 16, October 14, November 12, and December 16
All meetings will start at 9 a.m. unless noted otherwise.

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CURRENT NEWS

Britton Statement - CBD 60-day Notice



2015 IRRIGATION SEASON STARTS APRIL 1
April 1-30 30% flow
May 1-15 50% flow
May 16-September 15 100% flow
September 16-30 50% flow
October 1-31 30% flow


Energy Trust of Oregon Incentives Article

Energy Trust Application


Position of Swalley Irrigation District on
City of Bend Urban Growth Boundary Process,
June 2015


Deschutes Basin Habitat Conservation Plan  

Central Oregon’s irrigation districts, working through the Deschutes Basin Board of Control (made up of the seven primary irrigation districts in the basin), and the City of Prineville have been working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Service, conservation groups, the Deschutes River Conservancy, and others, on a comprehensive basin-wide Habitat Conservation Plan for several years now.

The HCP reflects a long-standing commitment by the City/Districts to protect, restore and enhance fish and wildlife habitat throughout the Deschutes Basin and is simply another constructive step forward in the responsible stewardship of water resources by the City/Districts.

The HCP would cover several species in the basin listed or proposed for listing under the federal Endangered Species Act that may be affected by traditional and routine City/District activities. These species include the Oregon spotted frog, steelhead and several others.

The City/Districts recently completed a number of the scientific studies needed to determine what potential effects City/District activities may have on species that are listed or proposed for listing under the ESA. The City/Districts are in the process of developing a series of conservation measures to address the potential effects of their activities, and are looking forward to further discussions with the Services and other stakeholders regarding these proposed measures.



Habitat Conservation Plan Brochure

Oregon Spotted Frog