Wildfires have been in the news a lot lately. The Woodbury Fire, for example, is the fifth-largest fire in Arizona’s history. It burned 123,875 acres between June 8 and July 16, 2019. Luckily, no one was hurt in the Woodbury Fire and no buildings burned before the fire was contained. However, there is still damage to consider.
Memorial Day is upon us, and for most Americans this means a time of remembrance, good food and fun in the sun. With the weather heating up and the school year coming to an end, going for a swim is…
SRP partners with Tempe to plant over 450 trees, provides free trees to customers and revitalizes our forests.
In Arizona, we depend on winter snow runoff to flow through our northeastern mountains, valleys, rivers and streams — known as a watershed — into our reservoirs. When fire scorches the earth, water runs across the soil faster. This brings more dirt, sediment and other debris into our reservoirs, causing water quality and supply issues for communities across the state.
It’s irrigation season in the Valley and the SRP Water Services team created a contest for our customers to share their irrigation tips and spread the irrigation love. Here’s a collection of the yards and lives flourishing from the water that started high in the mountains of Arizona, ending as irrigation on original SRP lands.