Water Reliability & Efficiency

BCID supplies reliable water in the most efficient, cost-effective manner possible – safeguarding water resources and providing a foundation for local agriculture.

Environmental Stewardship

The District proactively acts to preserve and protect the local environment, as well as endangered and threatened fish species in BCID's service area.

Building for the Future

To ensure reliable water deliveries will continue well into the future, we are investing to upgrade and replacing aging infrastructure in our water system.

Groundwater Management

BCID is part of a local coalition of water agencies creating a roadmap to sustainably manage local groundwater supplies.

Watch "The Century Mark"

Click here to watch this Telly Award-winning, Emmy-nominated documentary commemorating Banta-Carbona Irrigation District’s 100-year anniversary!

About Banta-Carbona Irrigation District

Banta-Carbona Irrigation District (BCID) provides agricultural irrigation water supplies to farmers growing over a dozen different crops on approximately 17,500 acres in San Joaquin County.

Crops grown within the area served include almonds, walnuts, cherries, grapes, olives, alfalfa, corn, tomatoes, beans and sunflowers. 

Our District is part of California's great Central Valley, where more than half of the country's fruits, nuts and vegetables are grown.

Discover the District

Learn more about Banta-Carbona Irrigation District.

Our History

Watch "The Century Mark"

Board of Directors

Agendas & Minutes

Meet Our Staff

Groundwater Management (SGMA)

Enterprise System Catalogue

Financial Information

River Diversion Data

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