Welcome To The Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District Website
ZEBRA MUSSELS FOUND IN MOSS BALLS
Invasive Zebra mussels have been discovered in 'moss' balls sold at various retailers, including pet and plant stores, throughout North America, including here in Alberta. They are primarily sold for decorative purposes in aquariums and in water displays. Under the Fisheries (Alberta) Act, it is illegal to import, sell or possess a prohibited aquatic invasive species. Anyone who sees moss balls being sold should call THE 24/7 hotline at 1-855-336-2628. For more information Click Here.
NOTICE OF WEED CONTROL TREATMENTS
Click here for dates and locations of the LNID 2021 weed control program.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 25, 2020
Due to the health risks associated with COVID 19, the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District office is closed to the public but we are still open.
Please place your documents or payments in the mail box located at the front of the building.
If you have a meeting with staff at the LNID office please call 403-327-3302 to gain entry to the building.
Please call 403-327-3302 for instructions on delivery.
For all other matters, please contact the LNID By phone at 403-327-3302
Water Conveyance agreements are available for purposes other than irrigation such as municipal, agricultural, commercial, industrial, management of fish, management of wildlife, habitat enhancement, and recreation. Water for the purpose of injecting into the ground to enhance oil or gas production is prohibited.
View the Rates page for more information.
NO HUNTING ON DISTRICT PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District does not permit hunting on District property. Notice is further given that the District will notify the RCMP of any individuals observed hunting on District property.
Upgrades to irrigation systems may create differences between the contracted demand and the actual demand of electricity and it may be in a water user's best interest to request a review of minimums to ensure they are receiving the benefits of any electrical efficiencies gained. Click here for a detailed information sheet.
WATER QUALITY DISCLAIMER
The District advises that the water in the irrigation system of the District may not be potable or may not be suitable for irrigation or other purposes, and the District makes no representation, warranty or guarantee, express or implied that the water delivered through its irrigation system is potable and fit for human consumption or suitable for irrigation purposes, livestock watering, recreational use or other purposes.
The District advises the Owners that the water delivered is in the condition in which it may be found in the irrigation system from time to time and the Owner is to provide such additional treatment or filtering as the Owner considers necessary, to ensure that the water is of usable quality.
The irrigation system of the District is an open ditch system subjecting the water therein to contamination from all manner of environmental, human and animal factors beyond the control of the District and the District does not regulate, control or monitor the quality of the water in its system.
AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES
Aquatic Invasive Species pose a very real threat to Alberta's waterways and irrigation canals pipelines and reservoirs.
For more information view our links page.
Clean - Drain - Dry your boat and recreational gear.
To provide the best, most efficient water delivery system at the lowest possible cost to the water users, while ensuring good stewardship for the environment and our natural resources.