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Posted on: November 29, 2022

Last call for Discounted Rain Barrels

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Rain is on the horizon (Hooray!), and there is still time to order a discounted rain barrel to capture some water to save for a dry day. Discounts are available from the Solana Center through the end of the month, and pick-up is located in Encinitas. You ...

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Posted on: November 8, 2022

Ready for the Rain?

Rain gauge

Our rain gauges are ready, is your landscape ready? Tuesday's forecast for approximately an inch of rain means your irrigation system should be off, and can stay off for the remainder of the week. Too much water on your plants and grass can cause as much ...

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Posted on: September 21, 2022

Update on Lake Hodges Repair Work

Lake Hodges Reservoir

In an average year, SFID receives approximately 30% of its water supply from rainfall collected in Lake Hodges, which is owned by the city of San Diego. During an inspection earlier this year, the City identified areas in the dam wall that required repair...

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Posted on: August 18, 2022

Irrigating During Drought: Tips for Efficiency

Water experiment visual from University of Reading

High temperatures and humidity can stress your landscape and it can be tempting to irrigate every day. But in drought conditions, it’s critical we reduce our water use and be as efficient as possible. 

This video, shows an experiment don...

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Posted on: July 21, 2022

Need help making your yard water efficient?

Learn more about water conservation rebates

Additional drought restrictions for our community mean we all need to do our part to save water. Your outdoor landscaping takes up at least 50% of water use, and is a great way to reduce water waste. Learn more about rebates, classes and additional tips o...

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Posted on: June 16, 2022

SFID Implements Additional Drought Restrictions

In response to continued drought conditions and statewide orders, the Santa Fe Irrigation District will implement Drought Response Level 2 actions effective immediately. All water districts in California have been asked to increase the call for conservati...

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Posted on: February 21, 2022

SFID Appoints New Division 1 Director

Westphal_Swearing In with President Hogan two men wearing suit jackets

The Santa Fe Irrigation District Board of Directors has appointed a new director to Division 1, Ken Westphal. Mr. Westphal was appointed after the December resignation of Frank Creede. 

Mr. Westphal is a resident of Rancho Santa Fe and recently re...

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Posted on: January 23, 2018

SFID Receives National Award in Financial Reporting

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The
Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA)presented the Santa Fe Irrigation District (District) the GFOA’s Distinguished
Budget Presentation Award for its eighth year successively.
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The BudgetPresenta...

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