For Our Growers

For our growers

Fresno
51°
scattered clouds
humidity: 76%
wind: 7mph N
H 54 • L 54
66°
Wed
74°
Thu
77°
Fri
80°
Sat
Modesto
52°
moderate rain
humidity: 76%
wind: 11mph W
H 53 • L 47
64°
Wed
70°
Thu
73°
Fri
70°
Sat
Los Banos
53°
light rain
humidity: 81%
wind: 6mph WNW
H 58 • L 56
71°
Wed
75°
Thu
79°
Fri
78°
Sat
Kerman
75°
scattered clouds
humidity: 25%
wind: 5mph NNE
H 71 • L 67
70°
Wed
69°
Thu
76°
Fri
77°
Sat
Bakersfield
50°
broken clouds
humidity: 76%
wind: 13mph NNW
H 59 • L 53
65°
Wed
80°
Thu
79°
Fri
82°
Sat
Water Delivery Rates and Charges

Rates & Charges

It takes planning, investments and human talent and skill to provide water delivery service.  Our rates and charges reflect our mission to not only delivery water to our Growers but to also recharge our aquifer and actively manage our groundwater basin.

Consolidated (CID)

Church (Lone Tree)

Pump (Groundwater)

Free Water

Pond

Consolidated Rent Water

$23.00
$27.60

$9.20

$9.20

$0.50

$46.00

Water delivery notification

CID cares about our growers and providing exceptional customer service. In order to serve you better, we are now offering a water delivery notification system.  Please complete the following form and we will send you an email reminding you of your scheduled water delivery.

Water Delivery Notifications

Newsletters

November 2018

Thank you for voting. Our Prop 218 Assessment Rate Increase Election had a 29% voter turnout and passed with almost a 75% approval. Now the work begins... read more..

October 2018

Over the last few months, we have shared information on the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, SGMA, to keep you informed. Our latest effort is a Video that will give you an overview, in non-technical terms... read more..

September 2018

The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act has changed how we do business, and as a result we need to raise rates. In order to raise rates, CID must conduct an election through what is known as a Prop 218 Process. read more..

CID Aug 2018 Newsletter

August 2018

CID was formed by growers for growers. At the time, water deliveries were managed by private canal companies that managed the system, determined rates, and water deliveries- leaving growers no say in the process. In 1921 that read more..

cid newsletter july 2018

July 2018

Welcome to our monthly newsletter, CID Channel. All of us here at CID have been working diligently to find ways to better serve you. Our first step is our new website... read more..