Turlock Irrigation District
333 e Canal Dr
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Turlock Mosquito Abatement District
“The Turlock Mosquito Abatement District is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for our community by providing effective and environmentally sound mosquito control and disease prevention through timely and efficient surveillance, control and public awareness programs.”
The District is governed by California Mosquito and Vector Control Law along with an eight member Board of Trustees. The trustees are local residents appointed by city…
Game Smart to Save Energy and Help Protect the Environment
The latest game consoles bring together many exciting new features, such as voice control, gesture recognition, connectivity, wireless controllers, and the ability to stream live Internet content. But many people may not realize that most of these new features draw power even when not in use. With all features are maximized, today's game consoles can consume as much energy as all the homes in the city of Houston, or the equivalent of the electricity delivered by four power plants.
Seasonal Increased Flows
TID is making seasonal releases to the Tuolumne River to accommodate forecasted storm water inflow to Don Pedro Reservoir
These planned releases will vary in timing, duration and magnitude and will cause the river to rise significantly. TID's goal is to continue these flows to maintain flood control capacity in Don Pedro while keeping the Tuolumne River in its historic channel
TID would like to strongly…
January wraps up with record breaking rainfall total
Thanks to a recent string of storms that drenched the region during the month of January, the Tuolumne River Watershed received more than 20 inches of precipitation — an amount that Turlock Irrigation District utility analyst Jason Carkeet regarded as record breaking.
Local businesses provide Christmas to Fusion Charter students
While receiving a present for Christmas is a guaranteed and highly anticipated part of the holidays for most children in the community, the same cannot be said for many of Aspiranet’s Fusion Charter students, whose financial situations might make it difficult to provide gifts for everyone in the family. However, the kindness and giving spirit of two Turlock businesses during an annual gift drive helped grant the wishes of over 60 students at the free public charter school just in time for the…
ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2017
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It is an award that truly represents the best of…
Climate Prediction Center: ENSO Diagnostic Discussion
Synopsis: ENSO-neutral conditions are favored to continue through at least the Northern Hemisphere spring 2017, with increasing chances for El NiÃ±o development by late summer and fall
ENSO-neutral conditions continued during March, with near-average sea surface temperatures (SSTs) across the central equatorial Pacific and above-average SSTs in the eastern Pacific [Fig. 1] . The latest weekly NiÃ±o index values were near zero in the NiÃ±o-4 and…
TID extends irrigation season into November
With the summer season well underway and farmers across the Central Valley working on their crops, the Turlock Irrigation District announced a potential game changer for keeping their farms going.
NWS Heat Safety Tips
Heat Safety Tips and Resources
North American summers are hot; most summers see heat waves in one or more parts of the United States. Heat is one of the leading weather-related killers in the United States, resulting in hundreds of fatalities each year and even more heat-related illnesses. In addition to the resources below, OSHA offer free OSHA Heat Safety App for both Android and iPhone
Read about real life heat victims . You can also see our heat safety videos . If…
ESFI Workplace Safety
Over the last ten years, more than 30,000 workers have been injured in workplace electrical accidents. While electrical hazards are not the leading cause of on-the-job injuries and accidents, they are disproportionately fatal and costly.
Smart ways to boost your home's energy efficiency
You wouldn't know it with the mild weather we're having this winter, but spring is fast approaching. Building industry experts say now is an ideal time to carefully consider and prioritize home renovation plans. Most homeowners will opt to address the cosmetic features of a home when completing a renovation project to add comfort and value. However, it's often what you can't see that can have…
How to harvest rainwater for your yard and landscape
Save rainwater to use to recharge soil moisture, cut down on outside water use and create lasting savings on irrigation. Which method you use depends on space and how much money you want to spend. Here are some tips for harvesting rain for your yard.
California agriculture: It's worth the water
Pundits here in drought-stricken California have become fond of proclaiming that farms consume 80% of the state's water and generate only about 2% of its gross domestic product. "Why devote so much of our water to an industry that contributes so little fuel to our economic engine?" they ask.
For Your Protection
Fraudsters can use applications known as "Spoofing" software to make their call appear to come from a legitimate TID phone number when in reality, they may be calling from anywhere in the world. If in doubt, protect yourself by hanging up and calling Customer Service at (209) 883-8222
Customers who suspect a caller is not a TID representative are advised to hang up and dial (209)…
Carbon monoxide safety outreach materials
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless and poisonous gas. Over 150 people in the U.S. die every year from accidental nonfire-related CO poisoning related to equipment like portable generators.
Mayors compete in Kettle Challenge
Sometimes a little competition can spur the giving spirit, at least when it comes to the Stanislaus County Mayors' Bell Ringing contest in support of The Salvation Army.