Central Arizona Irrigation and Drainage

Water Only ACH (DEBIT) Authorization

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2022 Water User Agreement

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Central Arizona Irrigation & Drainage District

CAIDD

  • Governing Board made up of nine members (landowners)
  • Approximately 87,600 irrigation acres
  • A variety of crops are grown
  • Historically these lands were in cotton and small grains production
  • Crops have been diversified to include forage and vegetables
  • Water supply is made up of Central Arizona Project water and groundwater
  • Electricity in CAIDD boundaries is served by ED2, ED4, San Carlos and APS

Board of Directors and Officers

NOTICE

Regular Board meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month at 12:30pm in the Paul Pearce Conference Room, located at Central Arizona Irrigation District Office.

Name Office Term Expires
Daniel F. Shedd President
Division 2
12/31/2023
Nathan Killian Vice President
Division 3
12/31/2024
Rodney Shedd Secretary
Division 3
12/31/2022
Arnoldo Burruel Director
Division 3
12/31/2023
Todd Cooley Director
Division 1
12/31/2024
John Donley Director
Division 2
12/31/2022
Brian Rhodes Director
Division 1
12/31/2023
Ronella White Director
Division 2
12/31/2024
Clinton Wofford Director
Division 1
12/31/2022
Ron McEachern General Manager
Assistant Secretary

Eloy, Arizona

  • Small Community population of approximately 16,996 residents as of 2013
  • Elevation at Eloy Airport is 1573 feet
  • Desert Climate with winter low of 40 degrees and summer high of 110 degrees
  • An ample and economical labor supply available
  • I-10 and I-8 Interchange is located 7 miles west of Eloy
  • Union Pacific Railroad access in Eloy
  • 17 miles west is the City of Casa Grande with a population of approximately 50,111 as of 2013
  • Major grocery store chains and shopping located in Casa Grande
  • Central Arizona College (Junior College) located 18 miles to the North of Eloy
  • Approximately 45 miles away from the Phoenix Metro Area and Tucson via I-10
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