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- Caldwell Park
The District continues to seek ways to improve its service and viability through strong leadership, communication, system improvements and capital replacement projects.
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.
2017 Damage to ACID Diversion Dam
During the February 2017 flood event on the Sacramento River, the ACID Diversion Dam, located south of Caldwell Park in Redding, was severely damaged, and will require extensive repairs before irrigation season can begin. RTA Construction of Redding has been contracted by ACID to perform the necessary repairs, with the work anticipated to be completed by mid-April 2017. Regular updates to the ACID website will be made as to the progress being made, and as to when the 2017 irrigation season will begin.
Board Meeting April 13, 2017.
Click here for Board packet.
To view the full suite of guidance, policy, safety, and contract documents, click on the Library tab.
2017 Application for Water Click here for application.