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Ways To Order

Before you begin, you will need the lateral, delivery, and flow rateIf you don’t know the flow rate, you can call your ditchrider or supervisor at 509-837-6980. 

Order Online

Click here to order through the online portal.

Order By Phone

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Konewock

Click here for Konewock share holder water order information.

Customer Service:

SVID office (509) 837-6980 

Water News & Announcements

Get the latest on SVID’s Priming Schedule, Canal/Lateral down info, breaks, proration/rationing info, and more.

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By setting up an online account, you can quickly and easily manage your irrigation account, view your water usage history, make payments, and more. Our online portal is available 24/7, making it convenient for you to access your irrigation information whenever and wherever you need it. To set up your account, simply click the button below to start the process.

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Canal Shut off Schedule 2023

Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District (SVID) will be shutting down the Sunnyside Canal starting October 18, and concluding on October 20, 2023. Some laterals and deliveries may have water for a few days beyond that date as the canal is draining and dewatering. 32.77 lateral will be shut off on October 16th. This early shut down will allow for work to commence on this year’s ELIPS piping project. If you have question as to whether you are effected by the early shut down. Please contact SVID at 837-6980.

Lateral Status

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Aquatic Treatments

Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District will be continuing our aquatic weed treatment program.     

Treatments made with Acrolein (Magnicide H), are labeled as being toxic to fish.  If you use your irrigation water for fish rearing, you are advised to discontinue using the irrigation water, beginning on the day of treatment and for at least two days thereafter.    

We will also be treating with Cascade and/or Teton (Endothall). If you do not wish to use treated water for any reason, you are advised to discontinue using the irrigation water, beginning on the day of treatment and for at least two days thereafter.   

Treatments made with copper are labeled as being toxic to fish.  If you use your irrigation water for fish rearing, you are advised to discontinue using the irrigation water, beginning on the day of treatment and for at least two days thereafter.

Below is the list of scheduled treatments.

DateLocationAffected BeatsHerbicide/Chemical

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