Despite wet winter, drought remains

About two-thirds of Scottsdale’s water comes from the Central Arizona Project – 336 miles of aqueducts, tunnels, pumping plants and pipes bringing Colorado River water to Pima, Pinal and Maricopa counties.Lake Mead 20 year trend

Despite a very wet and snowy winter, one good year of precipitation does not erase decades of drought. Further supply shortages on the Colorado River are expected. Residents and businesses are asked to cut water use by at least 5% — and Scottsdale Water can help!

Schedule an irrigation system checkup: a certified irrigation specialist will visit your home to show you how to find leaks and properly program your irrigation system.

Call 480-312-5650 to schedule a checkup. Get paid to save water: check the latest water saving rebates.

See water use and save in real time: Water customers can review details of water use and get leak notifications through the WaterSmart portal. 

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