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Hope for the best and prepare for the worst – dealing with today&#821…

Managing and maintaining CAP’s amazing infrastructure can be complicated – you must meet the needs of water users, conduct preventive maintenance, and perform repairs. Now, another complication has entered...
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November 8 election will include five CAWCD Maricopa County seats

The Central Arizona Water Conservation District (CAWCD) Board of Directors is...
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CAP is WUCA’s “poster child” for September!

How do utilities communicate about climate change? What are the climate...

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Colorado River Tier 2a shortage for 2023: Here’s a video overview

We’re more than 20 years and counting into our current drought, which has been worsened by climate change. The Lower Colorado River Basin will be operating under a Tier 2a shortage in 2023 – this equates to reductions of 34% of CAP’s normal supply, 21% of Arizona’s Colorado River supply and about 9% of Arizona’s total water use.

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