District Audited Financial Statements.
Accepted FY2016 Audit

Accepted FY2015 Audit.

Accepted FY2014 Audit

  • The District has set allocation to (1) acre foot per acre.  The Board has made this allocation effective from July 1, 2017 through November 20, 2017.

  • Water rate is still temporarily reduced to $75 (Plus $10 for pumping) an acre foot until November 20th.

RULES &


REGULATIONS

Board Room

ALLOCATION

20121.00 AF/ac.
2013
1.05 AF/ac,
2014
0 AF/ac.
2015
0 AF/ac.
20161.00 AF/ac.

To Transfer Allocation back to the District Pool fill out form & return to the District Office prior to July 31, click here for the

2017 Water Transfer form

Lindmore Irrigation



​​District

Click here to view latest District Rules and Regulations adopted March 12, 2013.

AGENDAS, MINUTES, AND FINANCE

​​​Lindmore ID's next regular Board Meeting is

Jan. 9, 2018. 


East Kaweah GSA's upcoming Meetings:

​​- Advisory Committee meeting is Jan. 17, 2018

TAC (Technical Advisory Committee) 
   meeting is  Jan. 12, 2018.

- Board of Directors Meeting is Jan. 23, 2018.

Click here for the  2nd Allocation & Rate Notice of 2017- Approved by the Board of Directors on July 11, 2017.

For Lindmore ID's Monthly Delivery Report and Friant's Weekly Water Report visit our

Stay Informed Page

FAQ's:


  • What makes up our rate?  (Assuming we deliver 40,000 acre feet of water)


    -  Fixed Costs (Friant O&M, Exchange Contractor Water Costs, Water Legal Defense, Bond Service, etc.)  $44.00 Acre/Foot

    -  USBR cost of water $52.42 Acre/Foot

    -  Delivery (Admin., O&M) $37.65 Acre/Foot


  • Why is our rate higher than in the past?


​    - The amount of water we deliver impacts the rate of water more than anything else.  (The less water we can deliver, the higher the rate.)

    - USBR and Friant Water costs have gone up.

    - District costs have stayed relatively stable over the last 10 years.

 

  • What factors have impacted the District's allocation from the USBR? 


    - The USBR decided to release water from Millerton to meet the demands of the Exchange Contractors, putting the security of our supply in jeopardy.

    - An apparent warming and drop in elevation for moisture patterns has negatively impacted the amount of water collected in watersheds.

    - A 1986 law suit required the District in 2010 to release 18% of it's water supply to restore the San Joaquin Salmon fishery.​  Settlement

 

  • What were the pro-rates for the last five years?








  • How will the District prepare for future variations in USBR water supply?  


    - The District began searching for and working with other agencies to find places to percolate wet year water supply.

    - We plan to develop groundwater banking.

    - We intend to find additional supplies.

    - We also plan to improve our supply foundation through legislation.