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Arizona Republic Editorial

On Sunday June 7 the Arizona Republic included an editorial titled "Today's Phoenix couldn’t exist without CAP."more arrow

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CAP Celebrates 30 Years

Please join CAP in celebrating 30 years of water deliveries, leadership and innovative management.more arrow

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Colorado River Shortage Preparedness Workshop

CAP and ADWR are hosting a workshop to discuss Colorado River conditions, shortage and impacts on Arizona.more arrow

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CAP Public Service Announcements

CAP is taking proactive steps along with state and federal partners to address declining reservoir levels on the Colorado River.more arrow

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CAP's positive relations with Arizona agriculture

CAP agricultural customers describe working collaboratively to support Arizona's agricultural communities.more arrow

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Challenged but Unbroken: Sustaining the Colorado River

Drought-stricken Colorado River water supplies that serve more than 30 million people, native habitat and ecosystems, and recreational purposes in the Southwest.more arrow

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CAP 2014 Year in Review

CAP's 2014: Year in Review gives an in-depth look at the organization’s major activities, as well as an overview of the ways CAP has interacted with customers, stakeholders, regulatory agencies and other regional and national audiences.more arrow

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Preliminary Draft CAGRD 2015 Plan of Operation

The plan describes the activities that CAGRD proposes to undertake during the coming 100 years.more arrow

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Economic Impact of CAP's Colorado River Water

ASU Report quantifies CAP's $1 trillion impact on Arizona's economy…more arrow

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Welcome to Central Arizona Project

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Central Arizona Project is designed to bring about 1.5 million acre-feet of Colorado River water per year to Pima, Pinal and Maricopa counties. CAP carries water from Lake Havasu near Parker to the southern boundary of the San Xavier Indian Reservation southwest of Tucson. It is a 336-mile long system of aqueducts, tunnels, pumping plants and pipelines and is the largest single resource of renewable water supplies in the state of Arizona.

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