These tips can help you conserve water and use flood irrigation more efficiently.
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SRP brings in more than half the Valley’s water supply. We manage a series of rivers, dams, lakes, aquifers, storage facilities and over 131 miles of canals to bring raw water to cities, farms, schools and irrigation customers. Learn more about where your water comes and what we’re doing to plan for a sustainable future here.
Each homeowner who receives irrigation water has a responsibility to uphold in their neighborhood irrigation system.
SRP is constantly planning for an assured, resilient water supply for the Valley. By learning how Arizona businesses use water, we’ve been able to identify millions of gallons in water savings. We’ve been working with local universities to conduct water conservation research and take the lead on sustainability and innovation in the Valley. SRP is currently sponsoring three different water conservation research projects. Here’s what
SRP is a proud partner of this award-winning annual event that combines water, art, light, fire and technology.
Why do some yards have irrigation while others don’t? To understand the answer to that question, we must go back over a century to the early 1900s.