THE MAP shows how Clear Creek serves the Crawford Ditch and the Diamond Ditch. Graphic courtesy EID


EID ditch customers get relief

By From page A1 | July 23, 2014

Seeking to preserve enough water in Sly Park to carry over to a possible second year of drought, the El Dorado Irrigation District cut its releases into Clear Creek from 3 cubic feet per second to 1 cfs May 27 when the State Water Resources Control Board issued a water rights curtailment order. That order affected the district’s diversion of flows in Camp and Park creeks into Jenkinson Reservoir.

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