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Contact Information

Irrigation Operations
Mon. - Fri. 7am to 4pm 
(209) 526-7639

Customer Service
Mon. - Fri. 8am to 5pm
(209) 526-7337 or
(888) 335-1643 toll-free

MID provides irrigation water to approximately 3,100 agricultural customers who irrigate close to 60,000 acres of permanent and annual crops alike. Water is transported to area farms via MID’s 208 miles of canals and pipelines that operate on a gravity flow system.  Surface water from the Tuolumne River flows downhill all the way from the beginning (MID’s Upper Main Canal at La Grange) to the end of MID’s canal system (several locations where there are drains into the San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Tuolumne rivers).

TrueCIP - MID Irrigation Services Portal Now Available

MID is always looking for innovative and cost effective ways to improve our customer service and provide you with tools to manage your irrigation water. For the 2018 irrigation season we've launched TrueCIP - MID Irrigation Service Portal. Where irrigation customers can access up to date account information including water usage anytime and anywhere.

Customer Water Use Reports (available for the 2018 season)

To view your water usage for this season (as well as previous seasons) and keep track of your various irrigation accounts with MID, click here.

2018 Groundwater Replenishment Program

The 2018 Groundwater Replenishment Program (GRP) is a voluntary program that allows MID to delver surface water to any farmer with already developed agricultural land who is solely reliant upon groundwater within the Modesto Sub-basin and within MID's existing sphere of influence. This surface water is for agricultural use only and the participants must demonstrate that the water received is put to beneficial uses at all times.

2018 Groundwater Replenishment Program Application

Water Presentations

To view recent presentations given during Board meetings, public workshops, etc., click here. Recordings of board meeting presentations can also be found here.

Additional MID Resources