The mission of Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District is to utilize and protect its historic right to water, and to operate and improve the works essential for dependable conveyance of such water to its users.
Fish Viewing Facility at Caldwell Park
The District continues to seek ways to improve its service and viability through strong leadership, communication, system improvements and capital replacement projects.
2015 Water Supply
On June 12 the California State Water Resources Control Board ordered the curtailment of diversions on the Sacramento River for pre-1914 water rights holders with a date of right of 1903 and later. Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District is within this group, but the District is diverting water under its contract with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and is therefore exempted from this curtailment. We will provide more detailed information as it becomes available, but we anticipate continued deliveries of water to our landowners.
Board of Directors: The current Board is a group of dedicated elected officials who bring a wide range of experience and abilities to the table. The Board is dedicated to the viability and longevity of the District and its continued contributions to the community. Learn more about these Directors and the Divisions that they represent.
Communications: Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District is committed to improving communications and expanding the availability of information to its customers and stakeholders. The use of digital technology, including this website and a database of email addresses, are key elements of this effort. We are hoping to produce a quarterly newsletter in the future but have yet to start publication. Please sign up here for email announcements and the newsletter, when available.
The Year in Review: In a report to the Board of Directors on November 13, General Manager Wangberg provided a summary of staff activities and accomplishments for 2014, and District and management goals for 2015. To view the summary, please click here.
Northern Sacramento Valley Integrated Regional Water Management Plan: The six counties of the Northern Sacramento Valley have been working together for over 10 years to lay the foundation for an integrated regional plan to address water-related issues such as economic health and vitality; water supply reliability; flood, stormwater and flood management; water quality improvements; and ecosystem protection and enhancement. The counties have committed to developing a valley-wide Integrated Regional Water Management Plan by September 2013.
Draft chapters of the plan are being released for review upon completion; chapters two and five were made available in March, two additional draft chapters will be available in April, and the final three in June 2013 . Please click here or the link above for a fact sheet that contains background, contact, and workshop information.
Please also visit the NSV IRWM website at http://www.nsvwaterplan.org/.
Board of Directors August 13, 2015 meeting is cancelled.
Next meeting is September 10.
Click here for Board packet.
To view the full suite of guidance, policy, safety, and contract documents, click on the Library tab.
2015 Application for Water
Click here for application.
2014 Water Truck Application
Water truck applications will not be available online in 2014. Call for information.
Click here for application.
Rules and Regulations
Revised in February 2012, the Rules and Regulations are available in two formats - Full Page and Pamphlet; to create a pamphlet, print the download on both sides of the page, turning the page on the short edge.
System Improvement Program
Since 2008 the District has focused on necessary repairs and improvements to its laterals and conveyance structures; click here for a summary of completed and proposed projects.
2015 Operating Budget
Monthly financial status reports may be found in the Board of Director meeting packets; click on the Meetings tab.