To ensure our farmers have a reliable source of water for irrigation and frost control when needed and available.
Stone Corral was formed in July of 1948. On December 13th, 1950, Stone Corral entered into its first Water Service Contract with the Bureau of Reclamation for 7,700 acre foot of Class 1 water annually to increase to 10,000 acre foot after additional acreage was included in the district. Stone Corral’s total acreage is 6,600, which approximently 5,900 is planted and irrigated. In addition, the District is a part of the South Valley Water Association, a consortium of seven irrigation districts that collaborate on issues facing the Central Valley Project and water users throughout the 300,000 acres represented by the Association.
The district has 30 miles of pipeline ranging from 10” to 30” inside diameter, with 4 Main Turnouts at canal side and 8 pumping stations. In 1976 the district constructed a Flood Control system which consists of a 5 mile of flood control ditch, 35 miles of pipeline ranging from 36” to 96“ and a 40 acre temporary holding basin to alleviate flood water from the district. Crops grown in Stone Corral is primarily citrus, lemons, with some pomegranates, olives, grapes, cherries, plums and Asian pears.
Years in Service
P.O. Box 367
Ivanhoe, CA 93235
2nd Tuesday of each month at 4:30pm
at the Stone Corral Irrigation District Office