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Wet winter generates hope for surface supply
Update February 2, 2016

Next Board meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 8 at 2:00 PM at the Distirct Office.
District's rain gage shows over 11 inches of precipitation compared to full year annual average of 11 inches. Also, 2015 was 6.10 inches and 2014 was 4.44 inches.

Keep praying for rain

Lindmore Irrigation District
P.O. Box 908
315 E. Lindmore Avenue
Lindsay, CA 93247

Board President
A Leroy Spulher

Board Vice-President
John Arnold

Division 1 - Ronnie Adam

Division 2 - Michael R. Brownfield

Division 3 - A. Leroy Spuhler

Division 4 - David DePaoli

Division 5 -John Arnold

General Manager
Michael D. Hagman

Michael D. Hagman

Marv Rowe
The Lindmore Irrigation District has been in existence since 1937.

The District is located in the east central portion of the San Joaquin Valley of California. The District receives water from Millerton Lake through Friant Dam and delivered to the District down the Friant-Kern Canal all facilities of the the Federal Central Valley Project.

The District delivers this water to about 1,000 meters to about 500 farmers on over 26,000 acres within the District boundaries.

The District is governed by five board members who give policy direction to a General Manager. The General Manager is tasked with managing the day to day affairs of the District and implementing the policies as directed by the governing body.

The District is a member of the Friant Water Authority/Friant Water Users' Authority who operates and maintains the Friant-Kern Canal for the Federal government. The District is also a member of the Friant Power Authority that owns, operates and maintains power facilities at Friant Dam.

Friant Dam and Friant-Kern Canal - For more information about these facilities or other Central Valley Project facilities click here.
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