Canyon Lakes Water Company (CLWC) distributes and / or supplies pressurized irrigation water to respective Canyon Lakes homeowners and Canyon Lakes Property Owners Association common areas. The Bureau of Land Management dictates how much water the Kennewick Irrigation District (KID) can divert from the Yakima River during the irrigating season. KID then dictates how much irrigation water can be supplied from their canal systems to CLWC. From there, CLWC distributes available irrigation water to its respective customers.

Mainline Service Information  10-16-2021

The South Hill - OFF
The Villas - OFF
Loden Greens - OFF
Condos at Canyon Lakes - OFF
The North Side - OFF
Misc Area - OFF
Irrigation season is finished until April 2022.

     

Additional Information

Canyon Lakes Water Company has added an irrigation map on the link below. Homeowners and CLPOA common areas can now determine what "irrigation section" they are in, and can easily reference the map to see where specific outages occur. Please Click Here for the CLWC map.

Please click here for a copy of the initial tariff.

Maintenance

In case of irrigation mainline flooding only please call or text:
  Kim Brock, Superintendent at (509) 430-6771      

Any other maintenance related questions please e-mail maintenance@canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.

Billing

Canyon Lakes Water Billings were mailed out around March 1, 2021.  All Irrigation Assessments are due Net 30.  All invoices past due will be subject to a 1% monthly finance charge effective April 1, 2021.  We accept cash, check or major credit cards. 

You can also pay by phone, just call the Golf Course at 582-3736 and let the front desk know.

The following are a few reasons for an increase in the 2021 Water Billings:

  • It costs us more to maintain and replace the lines and pumps on an aging irrigation system.
  • Kennewick Irrigation System (KID) is planning on lining the canals at Canyon Lakes this fall.  This might be a one-year or two-year process.  This should make the canals more efficient.  However, this will cost Canyon Lakes in moving and replacing irrigation lines, bridges, etc.
  • We are trying to keep our billings similar to what KID would charge for a pressurized system after capital assessments.
  • We are trying to do billings where we do not have to bill our water customers a separate capital project assessment each time that special work needs to be done.
We will try to keep everyone updated on our website canyonlakesgolfcourse.com under Water Company.

For questions related to billing please e-mail Kathy Mokler at:  books8125@hotmail.com.