Protecting Phoenix area cities’ ability to provide assured, safe, and sustainable water supplies to their communities.
Finding and Fixing Leaks: A Simple but Important Water-Saving Task
The most important action you can take as a residential water consumer is maintaining a water-efficient home – inside and outdoors. By doing so, you minimize water waste and conserve energy, which then reduces your water and sewer costs. When it comes to saving water, we must all do our part, and even small steps like fixing household leaks can have a significant impact, but sometimes it's hard to know exactly where to start and how to tell if your home is water efficient. The... Read More>
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- Free Conservation Classes, Rebates, and Resources to Save Water and Money
- Arizona is third in the nation for statewide conservation policies
- Community leaders discuss current water challenges and commit to finding solutions
Where We Stand
Colorado River Structural Imbalance
Levels at Lake Mead are rapidly dropping, in part, because the water stored in this reservoir is over-allocated to the states that share it. This puts the stability of the Colorado River system and reliability of Arizona’s Colorado River supplies at serious risk.