2020 Irrigation Season officially came to an end on October 12th.

If you have questions or concerns regarding your irrigation, please call customer service at 509.586.9111

For after hours: Call 509.586.6012, option 0
For emergencies: Call 509.586.8000
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Press Release Board Vacancy Application KENNEWICK, WA – Kennewick Irrigation District (KID) Director Raman Venkata has made the difficult decision to resign from the KID Board of Directors. Director Venkata served on the KID Board for three years beginning in 2018. He is moving out of Washington State to be near family and will no […]

Irrigation Season Coming to a Close!

The 2020 irrigation season is officially coming to a close soon and what a long strange year it’s been! From pandemics, murder hornets and riots to smoke filled skies and holidays being cancelled, we’ve seen just about everything we could in a year. It’s been tough, at times sad, but we’re a resilient bunch and […]

Virtual Open House – Save the Date!

Our previously postponed open house has been scheduled and moved to Zoom!  Call-in information, agenda and other details will be sent out in the coming weeks. You will also be able to find all of the information via our website soon. We hope that you’ll be able to attend! Kennewick Irrigation District’s Virtual Open House […]

Reclamation announces Yakima Basin water supply – July forecast

Reclamation announces Yakima Basin water supply – July forecast Media Contact: Christine Schuldheisz, 208-378-5212, cschuldheisz@usbr.gov For Release: July 09, 2020 YAKIMA, Wash. – The Bureau of Reclamation announced that the Yakima Basin water supply will fully satisfy senior water rights. Junior water rights will receive up to 100% of entitlements based on the July 2020 total […]

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Thanks to our amazing community, there are a lot of awesome events happening for kids (and us adults) on Halloween! 

Kennewick Irrigation District is proud to be a sponsor of one such event, Flick or Treat, brought to you by Kennewick Parks and Recreation and happening in Columbia Park! Come for the costume contest and candy, stay for the carpool cinema! Hope to see you out there! 

#Boooooooo #halloweenin2020

Thanks to our amazing community, there are a lot of awesome events happening for kids (and us adults) on Halloween!

Kennewick Irrigation District is proud to be a sponsor of one such event, 'Flick or Treat', brought to you by Kennewick Parks and Recreation and happening in Columbia Park! Come for the costume contest and candy, stay for the carpool cinema! Hope to see you out there!

#Boooooooo #halloweenin2020
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Posted on October 26th, 10:28 am

For full press release and application, visit: https://www.kid.org/your-kid/board-of-directors/

PRESS RELEASE:

KENNEWICK, WA - Kennewick Irrigation District (KID) Director Raman Venkata has made the difficult decision to resign from the KID Board of Directors. Director Venkata served on the KID Board for three years beginning in 2018. He is moving out of Washington State to be near family and will no longer be able to serve on the Board.

Qualifications of irrigation district electors and directors in Washington State are found in RCW 87.03.045. Kennewick Irrigation District Directors must be eighteen years old, a citizen of the United States and a resident of Washington. They must be electors of the District and hold title or evidence of title to land in the District. The Benton County Board of Commissioners will be asked to appoint an interim Director to fill the vacancy left by his departure.

At an upcoming KID Board meeting, the Board will approve an application process and tentative schedule for appointment. The schedule will include dates for acceptance of applications, review of applications from persons confirmed eligible to serve, interviews, and authorization of a recommendation to the Benton County Commissioners.

The appointee to this position will serve the remaining year of the Position 2 term, through
the end of 2021, and may choose to stand for election for the next three-year term.

The next three-year term for Position 2 will be on the ballot at the annual irrigation district election on December 14, 2021. The person elected to the seat at that time will take office on the first Tuesday in January 2022.

Upon approval by the Board, an application for consideration for appointment will be made
available on www.kid.org or may be requested by calling KID Customer Service.

If you have any questions, please call the KID Office at 509-586-9111.

For full press release and application, visit: https://www.kid.org/your-kid/board-of-directors/

For full press release and application, visit:

PRESS RELEASE:

KENNEWICK, WA - Kennewick Irrigation District (KID) Director Raman Venkata has made the difficult decision to resign from the KID Board of Directors. Director Venkata served on the KID Board for three years beginning in 2018. He is moving out of Washington State to be near family and will no longer be able to serve on the Board.

Qualifications of irrigation district electors and directors in Washington State are found in RCW 87.03.045. Kennewick Irrigation District Directors must be eighteen years old, a citizen of the United States and a resident of Washington. They must be electors of the District and hold title or evidence of title to land in the District. The Benton County Board of Commissioners will be asked to appoint an interim Director to fill the vacancy left by his departure.

At an upcoming KID Board meeting, the Board will approve an application process and tentative schedule for appointment. The schedule will include dates for acceptance of applications, review of applications from persons confirmed eligible to serve, interviews, and authorization of a recommendation to the Benton County Commissioners.

The appointee to this position will serve the remaining year of the Position 2 term, through
the end of 2021, and may choose to stand for election for the next three-year term.

The next three-year term for Position 2 will be on the ballot at the annual irrigation district election on December 14, 2021. The person elected to the seat at that time will take office on the first Tuesday in January 2022.

Upon approval by the Board, an application for consideration for appointment will be made
available on or may be requested by calling KID Customer Service.

If you have any questions, please call the KID Office at 509-586-9111.

For full press release and application, visit:
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Posted on October 21st, 1:56 pm

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2020 Irrigation Season officially ends October 12th!

In case you missed it...

| ‼️Please do NOT blow out your sprinklers until about a week AFTER the above date. If you do it before, water may flow right back into your pipes which could cause damage over the winter.‼️

| After water is officially off, you may still see water in our canals. This is normal! We use that left over water for testing purposes.

| Dont forget! Your second half payment (if you paid in full, please disregard) is due October 31st. Pro Tip – 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. 

| ➡️ Our office hours are changing soon! Beginning November 2nd, we move back to our water-off schedule which is Monday-Thursday | 8am-5:30pm, closed Fridays. 

| Our office is still closed to the public due to COVID-19.

#UntilNextSeason #NoCliffHangersHere

👇👇

2020 Irrigation Season officially ends October 12th!

In case you missed it...

| ‼️Please do NOT blow out your sprinklers until about a week AFTER the above date. If you do it before, water may flow right back into your pipes which could cause damage over the winter.‼️

| After water is officially off, you may still see water in our canals. This is normal! We use that left over water for testing purposes.

| Don't forget! Your second half payment (if you paid in full, please disregard) is due October 31st. Pro Tip – 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.

| ➡️ Our office hours are changing soon! Beginning November 2nd, we move back to our "water-off" schedule which is Monday-Thursday | 8am-5:30pm, closed Fridays.

| Our office is still closed to the public due to COVID-19.

#UntilNextSeason #NoCliffHangersHere
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Posted on October 7th, 10:00 am

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Thanks for another great year!

Paul Keller

WOW thats an early shut off date.

A lack of fun activities for kids this summer leading into fall has been frustrating for a lot of families (especially as a dad myself) so when I reached out to our community partners for Halloween 👻 ideas, I was excited to find out the Kennewick Parks and Recreation Department was in the beginning stages of a drive-through trunk or treat!

With that said, Kennewick Irrigation District is happy to announce its partnership with Flick or Treat at Columbia Park! Come down and get a candy bag, enter the costume contest and watch a movie all in one safety first evening. Hope to see you there!

Movie Ticket Links:
Halloweentown - https://secure.rec1.com/WA/kennewick-wa/catalog?filter=c2VhcmNoPTEyNjM4MzY=
Hocus Pocus - https://secure.rec1.com/WA/kennewick-wa/catalog?filter=c2VhcmNoPTEyNjM4Mzc=

#Halloween #TrunkorTreat #Boooooooo 🎃🎃

A lack of fun activities for kids this summer leading into fall has been frustrating for a lot of families (especially as a dad myself) so when I reached out to our community partners for Halloween 👻 ideas, I was excited to find out the Kennewick Parks and Recreation Department was in the beginning stages of a drive-through trunk or treat!

With that said, Kennewick Irrigation District is happy to announce it's partnership with Flick or Treat at Columbia Park! Come down and get a candy bag, enter the costume contest and watch a movie all in one safety first evening. Hope to see you there!

Movie Ticket Links:
Halloweentown - https://secure.rec1.com/WA/kennewick-wa/…=
Hocus Pocus - https://secure.rec1.com/WA/kennewick-wa/…=

#Halloween #TrunkorTreat #Boooooooo 🎃🎃
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Posted on October 6th, 11:36 am

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Julie Rosales