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GVWUA operates the Cameo Diversion Dam, the 55-mile-long Government Highline Canal, and 150 miles of piped and open laterals, providing irrigation water to more than 23,000 acres of land from Indian Wash near 28 1/2 Road to 5 Road northwest of Mack.

H2Order

Online water request tool for
GVWUA Irrigation Customers

– With H2Order, customers can order irrigation water online

– Enter meter readings and flow rate changes using your phone, tablet and other devices

– Receive H2Order confirmations by e-mail (or text via cell number)

– Track water usage with data in your confirmation emails

– Give it a try today

– With H2Order, customers can order irrigation water online

– Enter meter readings and flow rate changes using your phone, tablet and other devices

– Receive H2Order confirmations by e-mail (or text via cell number)

– Track water usage with data in your confirmation emails

– Give it a try today

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News

Due to rising inflation and increased costs across the board for GVWUA, our operating expenses rose significantly.

Billed assessments will carry a 5% increase to help offset higher costs.

Thank you for understanding and feel free to reach out with questions or comments.

GVWUA will stop diverting water at the Cameo Roller Dam Diversion on November 5th.

Cooperators Needed Calling Ag producers in the GVWUA service area
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Holiday Office Closures

November  24th – Thanksgiving Day
November  25th – Day after Thanksgiving Day
December  26th – Christmas observed

Online Payments now available

– Online payment options are now available. The Pay Now button is at the top right corner of this Home page.

Please Note: Convenience fees apply.

– GVWUA will continue to accept mail in checks, and in person payments. All credit card transactions will include convenience fees.

2022 Assessments / 2021 Excess Water

The deadline for paying the 2022 irrigation water assessments and 2021 excess water fees is June 15, 2022. After that date, assessment liens on properties with unpaid accounts will be filed through the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s office.

Bills may be paid by cash, check or credit card. Online payment options are now available.

Responsibilities

What We Do

GVWUA is responsible for the flow of water in its canal, in its laterals and through its headgates.

All parts of delivery systems (ditches, laterals, pipelines, pumps) beyond the headgates are the responsibility of landowners.

If subdivisions in the GVWUA service area are interested in organizing their own laterals via a Homeowners Association, please send an email to info@gvwua.com.

2022 Irrigation Season

Irrigation season began in April. Water should be in the Government Highline Canal until the end of October.

GVWUA observes these holidays:

New Year's Day

Presidents Day

Memorial Day

Independence Day

Labor Day

Thanksgiving Day

Day after Thanksgiving

Christmas Day