Farmers Irrigation District strives to promote ecologically, socially, and economically
                                                                                         sustainable agriculture by providing energy and irrigation service for the common good

The District Today

Farmers Irrigation District is located in Hood River, Oregon, in the beautiful, culturally rich Columbia River Gorge. It is a nonprofit government agency founded in 1874. Water is provided to over 5,800 acres of land, both residential and agricultural. The Hood River Valley produces large quantities of high value pears, apples, cherries, and wine grapes

Serving the Northern Hood River Valley since 1874.


System Notification: Water delivery has been restored to the Lower Section.

Be sure to clean your filter before using water, as material may have entered the system during repairs.

A map of FID's service sections is available here.

Last updated 5/23/20 2:15pm.


System Notification: Water delivery has been restored to Middle Section patrons.

Be sure to clean your filter before using water, as material may have entered the system during repairs.

A map of FID's service sections is available here.

Last updated 5/22/20 8:00am.


The FID Office will be closed until further notice. La officina esta cerrada.

For payments: Credit cards can be processed over the phone (541-387-5261). Checks and cash can be delivered through the mail slot or mailed (1985 Country Club Road, Hood River, OR 97031). Los pagos por la aberturo de la puerta y pagos por internet (541-387-5261).

For building permits: Please scan your documents, include all contact information, and email Rick at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For all other matters, please call 541-387-5261 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you for your cooperation! Gracias!


System Notification: The delivery system should be charged. If you do not have water, check that your filter is clean and your valve is open before contacting the office.

If repairs are needed, FID asks that patrons be patient as the District is operating with limited staff and under modified procedures to protect the health and safety of both staff and the public.

Only call the emergency line for serious breaks or other actual emergencies. Lack of water is not an emergency.


System Notification: FID is expecting 2020 to be a difficult water year. Snowpack and precipitation around District water sources continue to be below average and summer streamflow is projected to be below normal. The District asks all patrons to be considerate and efficient with their water use.


System Notification: District staff require distancing to safely do their work. The crew will be out regularly to work on the system, open/close valves, manage PRVs, etc. FID expects patrons and the community to respect their space and maintain at least 6-foot distancing at all times.