McHaley Pipeline and Irrigation Improvements Project
The McHaley Ditch Pipe and Irrigation Improvements Project provided cost-share funding to design, bid, and construct the McHaley pipe design and riser system for irrigation. This project will combine two diversions (Upper and Lower McHaley) into a single fish friendly diversion located at the Upper McHaley Point of Diversion. The water righted amount for both diversions will be piped from the Upper McHaley down to the Lower McHaley in the new pipeline. A tee was installed with a regulated outlet box on both the Upper and Lower McHaley ditches will be installed in order to regulate the proper amount of water that will be delivered to each respective ditch. There will be pressurized risers installed on the pipeline for the Upper McHaley ditch which will be pressurized by the elevation difference between the inlet box and the risers. The pressurized risers will improve irrigation efficiency and the pipeline will allow spring water to be returned to the John Day River where habitat will be improved.
Website Accesibilty Policy Grant Soil & Water Conservation District
Grant Soil & Water Conservation District is fully committed to providing accessible facilities, elements and
channels of communication to all members of the public. As part of this commitment, Grant Soil & Water Conservation District
has a policy of providing an accessible website compatible with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) and
commercial screen reading software. All features of the website are coded to allow individuals with vision and
other impairments to understand and use the website to the same degree as someone without disabilities. We welcome
feedback and can often resolve issues in a timely manner if they arise.
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Grant Soil & Water Conservation District has designated a compliance officer for website disability-related accommodations.
The compliance officer has received training in website accessibility and updates the site in accordance with those best
practices. Contact our accessibility officer to report an issue.
Compliance Procedures and Reports
In addition to testing with users with a wide range of disabilities and coding our website to WCAG standards,
Grant Soil & Water Conservation District regularly scans its website to ensure ongoing compliance, and makes timely
changes to any inaccessible changes, if any are found. In our ongoing commitment to transparency, we make the
last three months' reports available to the public.
August 2021 Website Accessibility Compliance Report
July 2021 Website Accessibility Compliance Report
June 2021 Website Accessibility Compliance Report
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not have accessible content. This site may also include documents provided by third parties included in our
agenda packets, for example. While we cannot control the accessibility of content provided by third parties,
we are happy to assist any member of the public with reading and accessing content on our site.