Not ready?  Not true. AZ is prepared for drought. Help us stay that way.

That’s the message being promoted in a new joint CAP/SRP online campaign launched this week. The ads, running on Buzzfeed, direct viewers to droughtfacts.com to get the facts about Phoenix’ drought situation, what’s being done and how they can help. The campaign also includes an outdoor billboard in Maricopa County. Campaign messages promote Arizona's preparedness for drought, water banking strategies and maintaining consistent water use levels despite significant population growth.

This is part of a series of profiles regarding the CAP staff members who are responsible for Central Arizona Project’s operations


In a nutshell, what do you do for CAP?
I manage Central Arizona Project’s (CAP’s) groundwater replenishment functions. Generally, that entails overseeing the administrative functions of the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District (CAGRD), such as record keeping, annual reporting, issuing and collecting assessments, tracking replenishment obligations and assessing member lands and service areas. I also manage the program to develop or acquire additional water supplies we will need to meet future replenishment obligations. In addition, I staff the Board's CAGRD & Underground Storage Committee and deal with the public policy, regulatory and legislative issues that affect CAGRD and CAP.


As part of its strategic objectives, CAP, Arizona’s single largest resource for renewable water supplies, supports nonprofit organizations that promote water and environmental education to the residents of Maricopa, Pima and Pinal counties. The CAP Community Investment Program committee, which includes representatives from CAP’s elected Board of Directors, staff and customers, reviewed the applications and awarded grants to five nonprofit organizations.

Click here to sign up for CAP News , a once a week email which contains information about the issues and concerns to CAP and its stakeholders.