Water: Brought to you by Central Arizona Project. The 336-mile CAP system took 20 year to build, cost $4 billion, and is an engineering marvel that has contributed dramatically to our quality of life and the sustainability of the state’s water supply and economy.
Statement from CAP General Manager Ted Cooke
in response to the announcement from the Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Camille Touton regarding deteriorating conditions on the Colorado River system.
Water: Brought to you by Central Arizona Project
The 336-mile CAP system took 20 years to build, cost $4 billion, and is an engineering marvel that has contributed dramatically to our quality of life and the sustainability of the state’s water supply and economy.
Are you in the CAGRD?
Quickly search to find if a location is within the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District (CAGRD) using the new Membership Locator map.
2022 Tier 1 Colorado River shortage
Learn more about the declared Tier 1 Colorado River shortage for 2022.
Colorado River water: Adapting, protecting and building resiliency.
Reliable deliveries to central and southern Arizona.
Central Arizona Project (CAP) is Arizona’s single largest resource for renewable water supplies. CAP delivers Colorado River water to Maricopa, Pinal and Pima counties, serving more than 5 million people, or more than 80% of the state’s population.
Doing business with CAP. CAP engages in a wide range of activities while operating and maintaining the components of the system, and a great variety of equipment, supplies and services must be purchased to support these operations.
Monsoon season is here: 5 engineering features that protect the CAP
How does the summer monsoon season impact CAP infrastructure and
water quality? See the amazing engineering that provides flood
Groundwater Replenishment – It’s CAGRD’s middle name
You know that CAGRD stands for Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District – but do you know what replenishment means? Here’s your “explainer.”
During wildfire season, “firefighters in the sky” on standby for CAP water
What’s a “firefighter in the sky”? Read about a different way to help tame wildfires.
YOUR WATER. YOUR FUTURE.
In central and southern Arizona there are few things more critical to our quality of life. Do you know where your water comes from?