IRRIGATION

According to state law, irrigation payments are due by April 1st, 2022.

PUBLIC HEARING ON 02/09/2022

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The PUBLIC MEETING of the Hazelton City Council

Pursuant to I.C. 50-1807, that the Mayor and City Council of the City of Hazelton, County of Jerome, Idaho, on this 12th day January 2022 hereby estimate that $25,535.85 are the necessary funds for the expenses of maintaining, operating, improving, extending, and enlarging the City irrigation for the current fiscal year.

The City Treasurer is directed to immediately carry out said assessment roll and further to give notice that the Mayor and City Council shall meet the 9th day of February 2022 at 5:45 P.M. to correct the assessment roll. The hearing will be held at the City Hall, 246 Main Street, Hazelton, Idaho. The public is invited to provide testimonies concerning the Irrigation Assessment. Copies of the Irrigation Assessment are available at City Hall during regular office hours: 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.; Monday – Friday.

City Hall is accessible to persons with disabilities. Anyone desiring accommodations for disabilities, please contact the City Clerk at 208-829-5415 at least 48 hours prior to the hearing.

Dated this 12th day of January 2022.

Ange’ Black, City Clerk/Treasurer

PUBLISH: January 24th & January 31st, 2022

NOTICE OF ASSESSMENTS FOR HAZELTON IRRIGATION SYSTEM

Pursuant to Section 50-1814, Idaho Code, notice is hereby given that assessments for the Hazelton Municipal Irrigation System are due and payable on or before the 1st day of April 2022.

Said Payments may be made between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M., excepting Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays, at the office of the City Clerk, 246 Main Street, Hazelton, Idaho. The assessment roll for the Hazelton Municipal Irrigation System is held in the office of the City Clerk/Treasurer.

Ange’ Black

City Clerk/Treasurer

City of Hazelton

Publish: Feb. 20 & 27, 2022         

2022 IRRIGATION WATER DELIVERY

IDAHO CODE RESTRICTS THE RELEASE OF WATER UNTIL ALL ASSESSMENTS ARE PAID OR AFTER 30 DAYS PAST THE DUE DATE. ON APRIL 30TH ALL UNPAID ASSESSMENTS WILL BE DECLARED DELINQUENT AND THE WATER WILL BE ABLE TO BE RELEASED ON MAY 1, 2022.

IRRIGATION ASSESSMENTS HAVE BEEN MAILED AND ARE DUE BY APRIL 1, 2022

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Let's do our part to conserve water during this drought year. Here are some tips.
 
  • When mowing your lawn, set the mower blades to 2-3 inches high. Longer grass shades the soil improving moisture retention, has more leaf surface to take in sunlight, allowing it to grow thicker and develop a deeper root system. This helps grass survive drought, tolerate insect damage and fend off disease.
     
  • ​Collect rainfall for irrigation in a screened container (to prevent mosquito larvae growth).
     
  • ​ For lawns, water deeply but infrequently to encourage deep roots. The key to watering your grass is to apply enough water to soak down to the depth of the roots. The amount varies with soil type, but a good guide is to apply no more than one inch of water every time, which is enough to soak the soil to between six and 10 inches.
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