AMWUA's Assistant Director explains cities won't be immediately affected & Colorado River water is only part of our supplies.
ADWR Director Tom Buschatzke and CAP GM David Modeer discuss the status of the state's water supplies.
After years of drought, refusal to regulate groundwater in rural Arizona is taking on toll on Willcox.
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Posted on 05/04/2015
Kathleen Ferris During the last few decades, cities in the Phoenix Metropolitan area became bustling economic centers providing jobs and homes for millions of new residents. Development spread across what had been farmland, orchards, and virgin desert. Despite enthusiastic development, city officials worked to preserve open spaces, distinctive desert trees and plants, and water supplies. […]
Posted on 04/27/2015
The cities of Mesa and Chandler provide the Gila River Indian Community with reclaimed water to irrigate its growing farm industry. In exchange, the Gila River community gives Mesa and Chandler a portion of its Colorado River water that the cities can use for their customers? drinking water. This smart and mutually […]
Leadership: Water Brings Phoenix And Tucson Together
Posted on 04/20/2015
City water managers always think ahead. That’s why the Phoenix Metropolitan area has weathered a 15-year drought and is prepared for possible water shortages in the future. This habit of thinking ahead has prompted the creation of an unlikely collaboration. It is called the Phoenix-Tucson Water Partnership and eventually would help both […]