FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Doug MacEachern or Shauna Evans
March 27, 2020 PHONE: 602.771. 8507 or 602.771.8079
A Statement from Arizona’s Water Community on the Security and Resiliency of the State’s Water Supplies
PHOENIX – Water is critical to public health, our quality of life, the desert environment and our economy. That is why we are all doing our part to ensure you always have water at your tap, even during times of concern.
We have planned and invested in robust and resilient water supplies, infrastructure and processes so that your local water provider can deliver you water every day of every year. Through our collaborative efforts, we can bring water from Arizona’s mountains and the Colorado River, and manage our groundwater.
We are each taking extra precautions by implementing resiliency plans that have been developed for times like these to better ensure essential operations continue without interruption and we can fully support local water providers – all of which could not be achieved without the dedicated efforts of all of our employees.
Together we remain committed to safeguarding our water supplies so they remain secure not just for today, but for the future.
Arizona Department of Water Resources’s “Continuing ADWR Operations While Slowing the Spread” webpage| View ADWR’s Page >
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality’s “Continuing ADEQ Operations While Slowing the Spread” webpage| View ADEQ’s Page >
Central Arizona Project’s “COVID-19 Updates” webpage | View CAP’s Page >
Salt River Project’s “Watershed Connection” website | View SRP’s Website >
Arizona Municipal Water Users Association “Cities Dedicated to Continued Delivery of Safe and Secure Water” webpage | View AMWUA’s Page >
Governor Ducey’s “Arizona Together” website | View Arizona Together Website >
For more information regarding this matter, please contact Doug MacEachern, Communications Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org or Shauna Evans, Public Information Officer at email@example.com.