AMWUA's Executive Director explains that groundwater management continues to be critical to Arizona's future.
This spring's snowmelt was the eighth-driest on record, but the reservoir system is in good shape, and next winter looks promising.
Leaders at northern Arizona's annual Legislative Water Briefing in Prescott Valley discussed issues surrounding efforts to ensure water supplies
Judge Crane McClennen ruled that ADWR erred in concluding that the developer of the Tribute project has proven an adequate water supply.
Arizona faces important policy decisions and huge investments to secure our future water supply.
The melting of above average snowpack in northern Colorado and Wyoming is expected to ultimately cause a 40-foot rise in the lake's elevation.
Declining water use in single-family units over the past 15 years is credited to a wide range of changes.
Fewer large cities than previously thought are approaching severe limits on their drinking water resources
Effects of experimental pulse flow made possible by an international agreement will be studied through the year.
Drought has taken a toll on the reservoir, but water levels are expected to rebound to about 51% of capacity.