8:00am - 12:00pm & 1:00pm - 4:30pm Monday through Friday
Christmas/New Year Holiday Schedule
Please note: Office will be closed on days marked in green.
Lease Auction - December 9, 2019
The Bow River Irrigation District will be holding an auction for land leases.
Please see 2019 Land Lease Auction for details.
2020 Irrigated Crop Production Update Conference
The Lethbridge Irrigated Crop Production Update has been set for January 14-15, 2020 at the Sandman Signature Lethbridge Lodge (in the main ballroom). This conference will be of interest to irrigated crop producers, crop advisers, irrigation equipment dealers, and others connected to the irrigation industry. This conference continues to grow, with over 350 attendees last time it was held in 2018. The agenda includes presentations on agronomic management, crop opportunities, financial management, pest management, irrigation water management, irrigation technology, looking forward and, on the afternoon of the second day, there will be a special Pesticide Applicators Session that offers hard to get credits.
The conference registration fee is $120 (including GST) and includes two lunches, snacks, and the opportunity to see all 27 of the speaker presentations. The early registration deadline is January 5, 2020 and the late registration fee will be $140 (including GST). The last time the conference was held, there were more than 350 registrants, so there is potential for this conference to sell-out. I suggest registering early to avoid disappointment.
To register, you can phone the Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Ag-Info Centre at 1-800-387-6030
They accept Visa, MasterCard, or cheque. Ag-Info Centre hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday. Please note, the registration desk will be closed December 25, 2017 through January 2, 2018.
Important Notice - Water Ordering
Please click on the link below to download a .pdf file of a letter to waterusers regarding water ordering within the district.
Letter - Water Ordering
Public Notice - 2018-2019 Expansion
Please refer to the following link for details on:
Please refer to the following links for details on:
Aquatic Invasive Species (including Quagga and Zebra Mussels) pose a very real threat to Alberta's waterways and irrigation canals, pipelines and reservoirs!
To learn what you can do to prevent these invasive species, click on the photos.
The Bow River Water Management Videos
The Bow River Irrigation District is pleased to announce the availability of professional videos concerning the use and management of water resources on the Bow River. This ten episode set of videos illustrates the vitality and importance of the Bow River to life in Southern Alberta.
Click this link to go to the online streaming video page.
The Alberta Irrigation Districts Association has created a new website. Check it out by clicking the logo.