Greater Wenatchee Irrigation District Office Hours are:
Monday through Thursday 7am - 4:30pm
Fridays 8am - 12:00pm
EMERGENCY PHONE #
(509) 884-4042, Ext 1
We will begin testing pumps for the 2018 irrigation season on March 19, 2018, weather permitting. Our target is to have water available to all users by April 15, 2018. Please make sure all valves are closed, and assessments are paid. Thank you
Greater Wenatchee Irrigation Services The upper bench of East Wenatchee, Brays Landing and Howard Flats areas.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
MICHAEL BROWNFIELD, HOWARD FLATS
MICHAEL CLAYTON, BRAYS LANDING
DOUG BROMILEY, EAST UNIT
BOB KOENIG, EAST UNIT
JOHN LAWRENCE, EAST UNIT
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Assessment Payments are made to your local County Assessors Office.
Annual water assessments for Douglas County are paid in Waterville to Douglas County; P.O. Box 609 Waterville, WA 98858
Annual water assessments for Chelan County are paid in Wenatchee to Chelan County; P.O. Box 1441 Wenatchee, WA 98807
Excess water payments or their individual charges are paid in the District office, located at 3300 8th street SE, East Wenatchee. (on the corner of SE 8th street and South Union street)
These charges need to be paid prior to the start of the water delivery each year and may keep you from receiving water until paid in full.
RRA forms, if needed, must be in the local office prior to water delivery each year.
If you receive your water from the canal, you can find information on your system by calling Wenatchee Reclamation at 509 663-0002. Their service area includes Wenatchee and the northern part of East Wenatchee. (19th North, Eastmont West are general boundary lines)
If we are called to make a service call and it is determined that the problem was not an emergency, NOR the fault of, NOR the responsibility of Greater Wenatchee Irrigation District, a service fee will be billed. This helps keep the cost of your irrigation water down.
Remember! Water conservation is key to keeping costs down.
At the District Office we have maps available detailing our pipelines, power lines, easements, pump stations as well as other valuable information.
Currently, we are working with the USBR to help protect their easements and help educate the public of easement locations as well as the allowed uses of properties with easements.