Aguila Irrigation District ("AID" or "the District") is a political subdivision of the State of Arizona. AID is an irrigation district formed pursuant to Title 48 Chapter 19 of the Arizona Revised Statutes. The District was formed in 1938 and re-activated in 1984 for the purpose of providing power primarily for use in pumping water for irrigation. AID has been providing electrical service to its service area since 1987.
AID is located primarily in western Maricopa County, with a small portion in La Paz County, Arizona. The District has a service area of approximately 30,000 acres, nearly all of which are irrigable acres. AID serves predominantly irrigation pumping loads, with a small amount of other agriculturally related loads. The irrigation pumps served by the District are owned and operated by the District's customers, as are the other agriculturally related facilities.
AID is governed by a three-member Board of Directors elected by freeholders of property within AID's boundaries. Its current staff consists of a part-time manager and part-time administrative support.
Questions about AID can be directed to Jeff Woner or Jennifer Torpey at (480) 610-8741. You may also reach AID via email at DistrictAdmin@krsaline.com.