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If you have any questions or concerns regarding your irrigation, please call customer service at 509.586.9111.
For after hours emergencies: Call 509.586.8000
Welcome to KID!
A glimpse into the past, present and future of Kennewick Irrigation District and how we've been making our desert bloom....for over 100 years!
Water Status Map
A detailed look at the water status of our district
HOW TO PAY YOUR BILL
Essential Business Letter
COVID-19 - Due to the Coronavirus, our office is currently closed to the public. If you need to pay your bill, we offer several alternatives:
The first half payment is due April 30th. Paying on time will ensure that your entire payment is applied to your assessment. When a payment is late, the late fee and interest is paid first, then the remaining payment is applied to the assessment, leaving a small balance which will incur additional interest.
REPORT A BURROWING ANIMAL
Burrowing animals are the number one cause of canal breaches in the western part of the country.
⚠️ In an effort to control aquatic growth during the upcoming warmer temperatures, Kennewick Irrigation District will be applying an Endothall treatment to our canal system on June 18th. Endothall specifically targets aquatic plants and algae so it is not harmful to yard grass, plants and trees. What is Endothall? Endothall is a contact herbicide […]
Newhouse Tours Kennewick Irrigation District, Highlights Upcoming Title Transfer
May 27, 2021 Press Release WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Dan Newhouse (WA-04) toured Kennewick Irrigation District’s (KID) facilities and spoke with the KID Board of Directors regarding water supplies in the Lower Yakima River Basin and the pending title transfer from the Bureau of Reclamation. He also toured the future reservoir site and canal lining […]
Kennewick Irrigation District: Protecting and Enhancing Our Future
BY CHARLES FREEMAN DISTRICT MANAGER APRIL 30, 2021 12:27 AM As we prepare for another beautiful spring in the Tri-Cities, the impacts of the last drought in 2015 have begun to fade. At the Kennewick Irrigation District (KID), the drought of 2015 is a reminder that each year we must be vigilant and prepare our community […]
Reclamation releases technical reports and interactive web tool supporting the 2021 SECURE Water Act Report
WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Reclamation today released final technical reports supporting the Water Reliability in the West – 2021 SECURE Water Act Report. Reclamation’s 2021 West-Wide Climate and Hydrology Assessment and seven individual basin reports provide detailed information on climate change impacts and adaptation strategies to increase water supply reliability in the West. A new 2021 SECURE […]
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