For those city residents who do not have irrigation water this is not a problem. But when the heat is on and the water is off it can get dry fast. If you haven't noticed city irrigation water customers in the West Yakima area are without irrigation water Tuesday, Aug. 9th, for repairs to the main transmission line.
The outage affects City of Yakima irrigation customers from West Lincoln Avenue to West Yakima Avenue and North 28th Avenue to North 16th Avenue.

You can contact the city if you have any questions

As always, the schedule for this type of project is subject to change daily depending on weather, equipment failure, and emergencies.

Click Water and Irrigation - City of Yakima ( for more about City of Yakima irrigation and drinking water services.

The City of Yakima’s 2022 irrigation season is scheduled to end on Friday, October 14th.

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