Construction on the Arizona Canal began in 1883. As the eighth-annual Canal Convergence takes place the next two weekends, we’re looking back at how far the canal has come.
Take a look back with us at Agua Fria Generating Station’s dedication in 1958.
Theodore Roosevelt Dam’s spillways were opened up for an hour and the view is stunning. We captured the moment to share with you.
Crews brought power to 228 homes in an effort led by the American Public Power Association (APPA) and Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA).
With Granite Reef Diversion Dam finished in 1908, it became the first dam constructed as part of the Salt River Project, as Theodore Roosevelt Dam would not be completed for another three years.