IID Public Workshops

The Imperial Irrigation District has scheduled several public informational workshops in the Imperial and Coachella Valleys in February to help inform its energy customers about positive changes they will see to their energy bills in 2024.

Topics include changes to the energy bill structure (ECA billing costs) and how it will help lower summer bills, updated information on IID’s Average Bill Payment Plan and Residential Energy Assistance Program (REAP), as well as some helpful tips to read your energy bill.

“Some very important, positive changes are in the works for 2024,” said IID General Manager Jamie Asbury. “The district is working hard to make these changes and, through the public workshops, we hope to be able to connect with more customers, sharing helpful information.”

Among the most significant changes is the implementation of a more predictable billing model for customers in 2024. In an effort to help shield consumers from spiking summer energy bills, the IID Board of Directors moved to reform the monthly ECA, leveling these charges throughout 2024. As an additional way to mitigate billing spikes, the district is also in the process of transitioning nearly 12,000 customers enrolled in REAP to the Average Bill Payment Plan.

Presentations will be given in English and Spanish. Except where noted, all public workshops begin at 4 p.m.

  • Tuesday, February 20 – Fernando “Nene” Torres Council Chambers, 608 Heber Avenue, Calexico. (3:30 p.m. start time).
  • Wednesday, February 21 – William R. Condit Auditorium, 1285 Broadway, El Centro. (Available by livestream and playback at www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 22 – Hidalgo Hall, 410 S. Cesar Chavez Street, Brawley.
  • Monday, February 26 – Mecca Community Center, 65-250 Coahuilla Street, Mecca. (5 p.m. start time).
  • Tuesday, February 27 – IID Boardroom, 81600 Ave. 58, La Quinta. (Available by livestream and playback over www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 29 – Indio Senior Center, 45700 Aladdin Street, Indio.

IID Public Workshops

The Imperial Irrigation District has scheduled several public informational workshops in the Imperial and Coachella Valleys in February to help inform its energy customers about positive changes they will see to their energy bills in 2024.

Topics include changes to the energy bill structure (ECA billing costs) and how it will help lower summer bills, updated information on IID’s Average Bill Payment Plan and Residential Energy Assistance Program (REAP), as well as some helpful tips to read your energy bill.

“Some very important, positive changes are in the works for 2024,” said IID General Manager Jamie Asbury. “The district is working hard to make these changes and, through the public workshops, we hope to be able to connect with more customers, sharing helpful information.”

Among the most significant changes is the implementation of a more predictable billing model for customers in 2024. In an effort to help shield consumers from spiking summer energy bills, the IID Board of Directors moved to reform the monthly ECA, leveling these charges throughout 2024. As an additional way to mitigate billing spikes, the district is also in the process of transitioning nearly 12,000 customers enrolled in REAP to the Average Bill Payment Plan.

Presentations will be given in English and Spanish. Except where noted, all public workshops begin at 4 p.m.

  • Tuesday, February 20 – Fernando “Nene” Torres Council Chambers, 608 Heber Avenue, Calexico. (3:30 p.m. start time).
  • Wednesday, February 21 – William R. Condit Auditorium, 1285 Broadway, El Centro. (Available by livestream and playback at www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 22 – Hidalgo Hall, 410 S. Cesar Chavez Street, Brawley.
  • Monday, February 26 – Mecca Community Center, 65-250 Coahuilla Street, Mecca. (5 p.m. start time).
  • Tuesday, February 27 – IID Boardroom, 81600 Ave. 58, La Quinta. (Available by livestream and playback over www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 29 – Indio Senior Center, 45700 Aladdin Street, Indio.

IID Public Workshops

The Imperial Irrigation District has scheduled several public informational workshops in the Imperial and Coachella Valleys in February to help inform its energy customers about positive changes they will see to their energy bills in 2024.

Topics include changes to the energy bill structure (ECA billing costs) and how it will help lower summer bills, updated information on IID’s Average Bill Payment Plan and Residential Energy Assistance Program (REAP), as well as some helpful tips to read your energy bill.

“Some very important, positive changes are in the works for 2024,” said IID General Manager Jamie Asbury. “The district is working hard to make these changes and, through the public workshops, we hope to be able to connect with more customers, sharing helpful information.”

Among the most significant changes is the implementation of a more predictable billing model for customers in 2024. In an effort to help shield consumers from spiking summer energy bills, the IID Board of Directors moved to reform the monthly ECA, leveling these charges throughout 2024. As an additional way to mitigate billing spikes, the district is also in the process of transitioning nearly 12,000 customers enrolled in REAP to the Average Bill Payment Plan.

Presentations will be given in English and Spanish. Except where noted, all public workshops begin at 4 p.m.

  • Tuesday, February 20 – Fernando “Nene” Torres Council Chambers, 608 Heber Avenue, Calexico. (3:30 p.m. start time).
  • Wednesday, February 21 – William R. Condit Auditorium, 1285 Broadway, El Centro. (Available by livestream and playback at www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 22 – Hidalgo Hall, 410 S. Cesar Chavez Street, Brawley.
  • Monday, February 26 – Mecca Community Center, 65-250 Coahuilla Street, Mecca. (5 p.m. start time).
  • Tuesday, February 27 – IID Boardroom, 81600 Ave. 58, La Quinta. (Available by livestream and playback over www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 29 – Indio Senior Center, 45700 Aladdin Street, Indio.

IID Public Workshops

The Imperial Irrigation District has scheduled several public informational workshops in the Imperial and Coachella Valleys in February to help inform its energy customers about positive changes they will see to their energy bills in 2024.

Topics include changes to the energy bill structure (ECA billing costs) and how it will help lower summer bills, updated information on IID’s Average Bill Payment Plan and Residential Energy Assistance Program (REAP), as well as some helpful tips to read your energy bill.

“Some very important, positive changes are in the works for 2024,” said IID General Manager Jamie Asbury. “The district is working hard to make these changes and, through the public workshops, we hope to be able to connect with more customers, sharing helpful information.”

Among the most significant changes is the implementation of a more predictable billing model for customers in 2024. In an effort to help shield consumers from spiking summer energy bills, the IID Board of Directors moved to reform the monthly ECA, leveling these charges throughout 2024. As an additional way to mitigate billing spikes, the district is also in the process of transitioning nearly 12,000 customers enrolled in REAP to the Average Bill Payment Plan.

Presentations will be given in English and Spanish. Except where noted, all public workshops begin at 4 p.m.

  • Tuesday, February 20 – Fernando “Nene” Torres Council Chambers, 608 Heber Avenue, Calexico. (3:30 p.m. start time).
  • Wednesday, February 21 – William R. Condit Auditorium, 1285 Broadway, El Centro. (Available by livestream and playback at www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 22 – Hidalgo Hall, 410 S. Cesar Chavez Street, Brawley.
  • Monday, February 26 – Mecca Community Center, 65-250 Coahuilla Street, Mecca. (5 p.m. start time).
  • Tuesday, February 27 – IID Boardroom, 81600 Ave. 58, La Quinta. (Available by livestream and playback over www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 29 – Indio Senior Center, 45700 Aladdin Street, Indio.

IID Public Workshops

The Imperial Irrigation District has scheduled several public informational workshops in the Imperial and Coachella Valleys in February to help inform its energy customers about positive changes they will see to their energy bills in 2024.

Topics include changes to the energy bill structure (ECA billing costs) and how it will help lower summer bills, updated information on IID’s Average Bill Payment Plan and Residential Energy Assistance Program (REAP), as well as some helpful tips to read your energy bill.

“Some very important, positive changes are in the works for 2024,” said IID General Manager Jamie Asbury. “The district is working hard to make these changes and, through the public workshops, we hope to be able to connect with more customers, sharing helpful information.”

Among the most significant changes is the implementation of a more predictable billing model for customers in 2024. In an effort to help shield consumers from spiking summer energy bills, the IID Board of Directors moved to reform the monthly ECA, leveling these charges throughout 2024. As an additional way to mitigate billing spikes, the district is also in the process of transitioning nearly 12,000 customers enrolled in REAP to the Average Bill Payment Plan.

Presentations will be given in English and Spanish. Except where noted, all public workshops begin at 4 p.m.

  • Tuesday, February 20 – Fernando “Nene” Torres Council Chambers, 608 Heber Avenue, Calexico. (3:30 p.m. start time).
  • Wednesday, February 21 – William R. Condit Auditorium, 1285 Broadway, El Centro. (Available by livestream and playback at www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 22 – Hidalgo Hall, 410 S. Cesar Chavez Street, Brawley.
  • Monday, February 26 – Mecca Community Center, 65-250 Coahuilla Street, Mecca. (5 p.m. start time).
  • Tuesday, February 27 – IID Boardroom, 81600 Ave. 58, La Quinta. (Available by livestream and playback over www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 29 – Indio Senior Center, 45700 Aladdin Street, Indio.

IID Public Workshops

The Imperial Irrigation District has scheduled several public informational workshops in the Imperial and Coachella Valleys in February to help inform its energy customers about positive changes they will see to their energy bills in 2024.

Topics include changes to the energy bill structure (ECA billing costs) and how it will help lower summer bills, updated information on IID’s Average Bill Payment Plan and Residential Energy Assistance Program (REAP), as well as some helpful tips to read your energy bill.

“Some very important, positive changes are in the works for 2024,” said IID General Manager Jamie Asbury. “The district is working hard to make these changes and, through the public workshops, we hope to be able to connect with more customers, sharing helpful information.”

Among the most significant changes is the implementation of a more predictable billing model for customers in 2024. In an effort to help shield consumers from spiking summer energy bills, the IID Board of Directors moved to reform the monthly ECA, leveling these charges throughout 2024. As an additional way to mitigate billing spikes, the district is also in the process of transitioning nearly 12,000 customers enrolled in REAP to the Average Bill Payment Plan.

Presentations will be given in English and Spanish. Except where noted, all public workshops begin at 4 p.m.

  • Tuesday, February 20 – Fernando “Nene” Torres Council Chambers, 608 Heber Avenue, Calexico. (3:30 p.m. start time).
  • Wednesday, February 21 – William R. Condit Auditorium, 1285 Broadway, El Centro. (Available by livestream and playback at www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 22 – Hidalgo Hall, 410 S. Cesar Chavez Street, Brawley.
  • Monday, February 26 – Mecca Community Center, 65-250 Coahuilla Street, Mecca. (5 p.m. start time).
  • Tuesday, February 27 – IID Boardroom, 81600 Ave. 58, La Quinta. (Available by livestream and playback over www.iid.com).
  • Thursday, February 29 – Indio Senior Center, 45700 Aladdin Street, Indio.

ACP Enrollment Event

Southern Border Broadband Consortium (SBBC) will host an enrollment event in Imperial County on Friday, November 17th, as part of a statewide initiative to promote the Affordable Connectivity Program’s (ACP) discounted high-speed home internet option.

SBBC, IVBRC and IVEDC will open its doors to the community, offering in-person enrollment assistance to eligible households. The event will be held at the Imperial Valley Business Resource Center from 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM, providing residents with the opportunity to learn more about the program and sign up for discounted high-speed home internet service. The Affordable Connectivity Program is designed to make high-speed internet more accessible for families in need. SBBC is committed to fostering digital inclusion and ensuring that every household can access high-quality affordable internet.

ACP Event Details:
Location: Imperial Valley Business Resource Center
Address: 2415 Imperial Business Park Drive, Suite A Imperial, CA 92253
Hours: 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Bilingual Support: Spanish and English

Veteran’s Day Fall Fiesta

Join us in celebrating our local community and brave veterans, who have selflessly served our nation at the “Veterans Day Fall Fiesta” hosted by Yuma Dispensary on November 11, 2023 from 1-5 P.M.

The FREE event will feature:

  • Live Music: The festival offers an amazing lineup of live entertainment, showcasing local talent and adding to the vibrant atmosphere.
  • Exclusive Discounts: Attendees will have access to exclusive discounts from local businesses and artists, making it a fantastic opportunity to support the Yuma community.
  • Culinary Delights: There will be a delectable array of local cuisine highlighting a true celebration of the finest culinary creations Yuma has to offer.
  • Complimentary Surprises: Throughout the day, there will be some delightful surprises in store to make the festival experience even more memorable.
  • Fun Raffles: Our fun raffles will provide attendees with a chance to win exciting prizes, adding an extra layer of excitement to the event.

It’s an unforgettable salute to our heroes in the heart of fall’s enchantment!