Irrigation Information

AUGUST 10 2018 TO SETTLERS WATER DISTRICT SUBDIVISIONS:

"As of August 10th, 2018 storage allocation is in full effect and Settlers Irrigation District will be reducing its delivery rate to 75% throughout the District.  What this means is Settlers is drawing full storage and in order for irrigation to be available into the month of October, Settlers must cut back the amount of water supplied to each lateral and subdivision.  This water management is part of normal operations and an annual occurrence.  Please inform your users and make any adjustments necessary.  HOA’s please inform your subdivisions that they must adhere to the watering schedule in order to avoid low pressure and low leveling the pumps."

Thanks, Stefanie Keen, Secretary/Treasurer, Settlers Irrigation District http://settlersirrigation.org/

SIMPLE SOLUTION SUGGESTION FROM SAGUARO CANYON: REDUCE YOUR SPRINKLER TIMERS FROM 2 HOURS TOTAL TO 1.5 HOURS TOTAL EVERY WATERING DAY. Your normal watering schedule is shown below.

WATERING SCHEDULES: When reviewing your watering schedule, please adhere to these guidelines:

Homeowners are allowed to water only 3 days per week for no more than 2 hours on each of those days. AUGUST 10 2018 REDUCE to 1.5 HOURS MAX PER WATERING DAY for the rest of 2018 season.

Your watering time is based on the last number in your house address number. For example, if your house address ends in a 3, you can water at 3:00 a.m. OR 3:00 p.m. You may water for a maximum of two (2) hours.

Odd numbers water on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Even numbers water on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Sundays are reserved for common areas only.

Each homeowner must set their own sprinkler controller to begin watering at a start time to coincide with this schedule.

Watch this page to learn about other irrigation issues or events.

Irrigation shutoff is tentively scheduled for October, with the specific date to be determined. BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR SYSTEMS BLOWN OUT! 

More information can be found at the Settlers Irrigation District website, which is where Saguaro Canyon and other subdivisions receive our irrigation water: http://settlersirrigation.org/

Do not swim, play, or throw rocks into the pond between E. Segundo and E. Cholla Hills. This pond is for irrigation water storage only.