When Jeff Breckon, a team lead in SRP’s Desktop Management department, walks down the hall of the hospital, kids get wide-eyed and even doctors stop to stare. That’s because he’s not there as a patient, visitor or caretaker. He’s there as a Stormtrooper.
We work, live and play in the same community. Therefore, our actions impact us all, and we have a collective responsibility to collaborate and find solutions in which everyone can succeed.
Dewey the water drop and Wattson the light bulb have served proudly as SRP’s mascots for more than 20 years, delighting crowds at Valley events and teaching the public how to use water and energy wisely and safely.
A new partnership with the Gila River Indian Community is creating a boon for economic development in the Valley Water provides the foundation of economic growth, especially in the desert. That’s why a team under the direction of Dave Roberts, SRP’s Senior Director of Water Resources, works constantly to protect SRP’s current water rights and find new supplies for our service territory. One of the …