Central Oregon Irrigation District

1055 SW Lake Ct.
Redmond, OR 97756

Ph: 541-548-6047         Fax:  541-548-0243

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 7am - 4pm

Emergency Contact





Winter Stock Runs 

*all stock runs are weather permitting*

CO Canal

November 16-19 ; January 4-7 ; February 15-18 ; March 28

PB Canal

November 19-23 ; January 11-15 ; February 22-26 ; March 28

Tentative Season Start April 1 at stock run levels 



Oregon Spotted Frog Update

August 26, 2015

Two environmental groups are threatening legal action against the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) and several irrigation districts (Districts) regarding potential harm to the Oregon spotted frog and its habitat in the Deschutes Basin. The Center for Biological Diversity and WaterWatch of Oregon filed separate 60-day Notices of Intent, setting forth their intentions to sue Reclamation for alleged violations of the Endangered Species Act. WaterWatch’s Notice also targets Central Oregon Irrigation District, North Unit Irrigation District, and Tumalo Irrigation District. The environmental groups are calling for Reclamation and the Districts to change operations at three reservoirs, including Crane Prairie, Wickiup, and Crescent Lake, to protect this species and its habitat. Statement by the Deschutes Basin Board of Control regarding the Center for Biological Diversity’s notice of intent to sue the U.S. Read more

Center for Biological Diversity press release, July 21, 2015


 Bend Bulletin newspaper story, July 21, 2015



Oregon Water Supply Report

USDA / NRCS Oregon Basin Outlook Report - April 2015

U.S. Drought Monitor (West)