With 14 pumping plants in the 336-mile CAP system lifting water nearly 3,000 vertical feet across the State of Arizona, one might imagine these plants
When it comes to CAP’s financial planning process, water rates and the Biennial Budget, there’s generally no jolt of surprise. Since there is a direct
Remove the water from a section of the CAP canal and you’d see what looks like a foundation for an amphitheater. If you were to
Board recognizes 35-year employee and reviews proposed 2022 strategic plan The Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board of Directors (CAWCD) convened virtually today for its November 2020 board meeting.
If you’re looking for a reason to celebrate, please consider whooping it up for the Colorado River’s Water New Year! That’s right, in the “water