Irrigators phone #602-380-3015


Sunburst Farms Irrigation District will be CLOSED Thursday, November 24 & Friday, November 25 in observance of Thanksgiving.

We will re-open and start irrigation for Lines 1-4 & 11-18 on Monday, November 28, 2022. 

Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving                             


The District is now on a three week schedule

***(off the week of November 21st due to Thanksgiving) ***

Lines 1-4 & 11-18 receive irrigation the week of November 28th


No irrigation the week of December 5th

Lines 5-10 receive irrigation the week of December 12th

Lines 1-4 & 11-18 will receive irrigation the week of December 19th

No irrigation the week of December 26th


Irrigation Schedules for Lines 1-4 & 11-18  for the week of November 28, 2022 have been posted.  (Please note that the times are approximate)



We no longer accept changes or cancellations for irrigation over the phone or requests left on our answering machine.           

For All Irrigation Changes, email Cari Crew, the Irrigation Manager, at manager@sbfidphx.com or sign up at the boards on the lines before 10am on Wednesdays before your irrigation week.

You can also come by the office and fill out a customer request change form.

FYI:  The office hours are 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, M-Th.  Fridays we close early if there is no irrigation, as Friday afternoons are usually extremely slow.

Sunburst Farms Irrigation District
16040 N 43rd Ave
Glendale, AZ, 85306

Office: 602-938-8760

Irrigation Manager Phone: 602-380-3014

Irrigator’s Phone: 602-380-3015

Board of Directors

Victor Armendariz, President – (602) 739-4949

Loretta Price, Treasurer – (602) 332-6909

Larry Hudson, Secretary- (602) 738-1008

EMAIL:  To email SBFID office –  office@sbfidphx.com

EMAIL:  To email SBFID Irrigation Manager – manager@sbfidphx.com

EMAIL: To email SBFID Board of Directors –  boardofdirectors@qwestoffice.net

EMAIL:  To email Custodian of Records – custodianofrecord@qwestoffice.net

Bridle Path Cleanup Process

In an effort to streamline the Bridle Path Cleanup Process and to reduce time and expense spent on notification letters, the following process will be effective immediately.

A notice will be sent in the billing prior to Bulk Trash Pick Up stating the following:

It is the Homeowner’s responsibility to maintain the bridle path in a manner that does not prevent the irrigator from accessing the valves for irrigation, and that does not cause damage to the vehicles or pose a hazard to employees.  The standard for all homeowners is that vegetation in excess of 6 inches in height, 6 inches protruding from the fence line, and overhanging branches less than 13 ½ feet in height must be removed.

Immediately following Bulk Trash Pick Up (date), properties not in compliance with the stated standards will be identified for cleanup to be done by a commercial company and will be billed for the service provided.  The homeowner will receive a notification stating what date the work will be done and the amount that will be billed. There will be no other notices.  If the homeowner cleans up their bridle path prior to the commercial company doing the work, they must notify the Irrigation District at 602 938 8760 or at manager@sbfidphx.com  to prevent the company from doing the work and incurring the charge.                                   Approved 03/03/2015