Application Number: A030812
Permit Number: 021132
Date Submitted: 2011-07-01
Compliance with Permit Terms and Conditions
I have reviewed my water right permit Yes
I am complying with all terms and conditions Yes
Description of noncompliance with terms and conditions
Intake location has been changed
Description of intake location changes
Type of use has changed
Description of type of use changes
Place of use has changed
Description of place of use changes
Permitted Project Status
Project Status Not Complete
Construction work has commenced Yes
Construction is completed Yes
Beneficial uses of water has commenced Yes
Project will be completed within the time period specified in the permit Yes
Explanation of work remaining to be done District infrastructure is in place but depending upon weather conditions, and cropping patterns we may not be able to divert all of our water in all years. This happens when we are in heavy rainfall conditions.
Estimated date of completion 12/31/2012
Purpose of Use
Fish and Wildlife Protection and/or Enhancement Habitat
Other Rice Straw Decompostion
Irrigation 2224 Acres Other
Recreational Duck Hunting
Month Amount directly diverted or
collected to storage
Amount used
January 1124 1124
February 0 0
March 0 0
April 0 0
May 0 0
June 0 0
July 0 0
August 0 0
September    0 0
October 0 0
November 5690 5690
December 3719 3719
Total 10533 10533
Month Maximum Rate of Diversion
January 290
February 0
March 0
April 0
May 0
June 0
July 0
August 0
September    0
October 0
November 290
December 290
Reservoir name Spilled this year Feet below spillway at maximum storage Completely emptied Feet below spillway at minimum storage Method used to measure water level
Conservation of Water
Are you now employing water conservation efforts? Yes
Description of water conservation efforts All field spills are monitored for excessive losses. Excessive losses or wasted water will result in fines to the user. The District has worked with landowners and farmers within the places of use of this Permit to implement good water management and good farming practices including but not limited to laser leveling of fields, varietal changes, and crop shifts. In addition, the District operates an extensive tail water recovery and recirculation system, and has implemented strict policies limiting spills from fields during the irrigation season. The District also has a USBR approved conservation plan. The quantity of water conserved through the actions taken by individual landowners and farmers has not been determined. The quantity of conserved water shown below is the quantity of water re-circulated for redelivery within the places of use. Absent the District's recirculation, this additional quantity of water would have been diverted to meet the demands within the District. It is not possible to distinguish how much of the re-circulated water originated under the individual licenses; therefore this quantity of conserved water is separately identified under each of the District's Licenses identified above.
Amount of water conserved 3000 Acre-Feet
Water Quality and Wastewater Reclamation
During the period covered by this Report, did you use reclaimed water from a wastewater treatment facility, water from a desalination facility, or water polluted by waste to a degree which unreasonably affects the water for other beneficial uses? No
Amount of reclaimed, desalinated, or polluted water used
Conjuctive Use of Groundwater and Surface Water
During the period covered by this Report, were you using groundwater in lieu of available surface water authorized under your permit? Yes
Amounts of groundwater used 2000 Acre-Feet
Additional Remarks
Water use in 2010 was low due to extremely wet conditions during the November-March period. This resulted in lower demand for crop irrigation.
File Name Size
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Contact Information of the Person Submitting the Form
First Name Lance
Last Name Boyd
Relation to Water Right Authorized Official
Has read the form and agrees the information in the report is true to the best of his/her knowledge and belief Yes