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  • Pressurized Urban Irrigation Systems

    In 1993 several new laws were enacted that allow the Irrigation District to enter into a contract with a developer to construct a pressure urban irrigation system in new subdivisions. The system then becomes the property of the Irrigation District, and the Irrigation District will operate and maintain the system and all the water lines to the delivery valve in the individual lots. (The District does not operate and maintain private sprinkler systems in lawns and gardens). Nampa, Meridian and Boise have ordinances that require these systems in new subdivisions. When you purchase a new home be certain to ask about the availability of irrigation water.