David Modeer, General Manager of the Central Arizona Project, announces that he will retire April 30th.
AMWUA Director David Iwanski explains that smart policy, investment, and careful water management have prepared central Arizona to weather extended drought.
Innovative partnerships will keep all water users with a steady, dependable supply of water.
Senator expresses confidence that leaders will pursue solutions to the challenges of the future, as they have in the past.
Phoenix has made great progress in shifting from grass to desert-friendly landscapes without mandates.
Bill proposes that cities be barred from adopting rules mandating that native plants be salvaged or requiring the planting of specific types and sizes of plants and trees.
If lawmakers support the developers' latest effort to undermine local control, Arizona's signature cactus will lose the protections that communities believe it deserves.
Kathleen Ferris of AMWUA points out that demand in major cities has dropped amid conservation efforts.
Investment in infrastructure, planning, smart policies, reuse, and conservation provide certainty for economic development.
Former water director: Arizona must fix three big holes in its groundwater law. Our water supply depends on it.