The Central Arizona Project (CAP) canal is, in essence, the spine of Arizona. Arching through the state from Lake Havasu to just south of Tucson,
They are two leaders with a shared message. Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board of Directors President Terry Goddard and COX Communications Senior Vice President
College students: Don’t forget to submit your academic research through the CAP Award for Water Research program by June 1, 2022. This CAP program rewards
Do you secretly (or not so secretly) geek out over maps and data? Or maybe you’re wacky about water. Either way, today is your day.
As a service to CAP stakeholders, a robust monitoring program is in place to provide water users with valuable information regarding source and canal water
The CAP is a 336-mile canal system stretching from Lake Havasu to Tucson, and includes pumping plants, check gates, and turnouts – but exactly what
https://youtu.be/STE66P_-phI Through collaborative efforts focused on sustainable management of our water supply, CAP’s dedicated professionals are helping ensure reliable deliveries of CAP water to Maricopa,