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.
Arizona Response Statement
from ADWR Director Tom Buschatzke and CAP General Manager Ted Cooke in response to the U.S. Department of the Interior announcement of actions to protect the Colorado River system and 2023 Operating Conditions for Lake Powell and Lake Mead
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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.
Colorado River water: Adapting, protecting and building resiliency.
Reliable deliveries to central and southern Arizona.
Central Arizona Project delivers 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.
Interns bring diverse perspective to CAP business
Most CAP employees are seasoned professionals with many years of experience under their belts. So, what happens when you bring interns into the mix? It can be magic – infusing a fresh perspective, unique ideas, and infectious energy.
Partnerships blaze creation of CAP Trail in Pima County
What’s the latest developed segment of CAP Trail? See how Pima County utilized partnerships to prep a stretch of trail in Marana.
Law of the River – Building blocks for the past, present and future of the Colorado River
The Law of the River has evolved continuously over the past century. Although there are dozens of touchpoints along the way, read about a few milestones to help make sense of what is happening now.
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?