In 1992, the urban water wholesaler entered into an agreement with the Palo Verde Irrigation District, located on the west side of the Colorado River between Parker and Imperial dams.
What does PVID stand for?
PVID stands for Palo Verde Irrigation District (Blythe, CA)
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- Portland Visitor Information Centre (Portland, Victoria, Canada)
- Wright Center for Photovoltaics Innovation and Commercialization (University of Toledo; Ohio)
- Physical Volume ID
- Poe Valley Improvement District (Oregon)
- Pojoaque Valley Irrigation District (Santa Fe, NM)
- Port VLAN (Virtual Local Area Network) Identifier
- Prosthetic Valve Infective Endocarditis (heart ailment)
- Permanent Virtual Individual Employee Potluck (Dilbert)
- Portneuf Valley Interfaith Fellowship (Idaho)
- Present Value Interest Factor
- present value of in-force
- Prime Value Imputation Fund (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
That water would be generated through our existing conservation programs with the Imperial Irrigation District and the Palo Verde Irrigation District as well as through potential desalination projects.
To accomplish this, Metropolitan will use water that has been conserved through an existing land management, crop rotation and water supply program with Palo Verde Irrigation District near Blythe, California.
Our acquisition of these properties protects the integrity of our proposed land management, crop rotation and water supply program with the Palo Verde Irrigation District -- and that program is one of the key ingredients in California's plan to reduce the state's reliance on Colorado River water.
The program also includes an update on the energy crisis and the latest on a proposed water transfer between Palo Verde Irrigation District and Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.