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Central California Irrigation District

The 70-mile CCID Main Canal was split into two different control schemes: downstream control of eight existing, optimized check structures along the Lower Main Canal downstream of Ingomar Reservoir; and upstream control of the Upper Main Canal upstream of the reservoir. The modernation project included retrofitting thirteen flashboard check structures with Langemann gates, updating existing radial gates and sluice gates, creating new connections between the Main Canal and 56-mile Outside Canal, and modifying existing headworks of community ditches and major delivery laterals for upstream flow control.


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Modernization and automation of Central California Irrigation District (CCID)