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AZ.gov Arizona's Official Website Arizona Department of Water Resources
Arizona Department of Water Resources AZ.gov Arizona's Official Web Site
Protecting and enhancing Arizona's water supplies for current and future generations.
Welcome! to the Arizona Department of Water Resources Web site



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Click here to file your 2016 Annual Water Use Report or to obtain Annual Report Forms. Reports are due March 31, 2017 01/20/17 - 08/01/17
On December 18, 2015, the Arizona Department of Water Resources released the Final Hydrographic Survey Report for the Hopi Indian Reservation. Click here for more information. 12/20/15 - 09/01/17
01/24/16 - 12/31/17
Click here to access recent Arizona water news. 05/20/16 - 12/31/17
ADWR has identified more than 26 individual land subsidence features in Arizona, collectively covering more than 3,400 square miles of the state. 01/25/17 - 04/30/17
On March 6, 2017, ADWR filed a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking with the Secretary of State to reduce fees for certain dam safety inspections and reports and to reduce the ltfs for certain applications. 03/06/17 - 07/31/17
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Click here to access Imaged Records and ADWR’s live databases and interactive maps -
Arizona Department of Water Resources Fees -
Locations where notices of public meetings will be posted. -
Click here to view the history of water management in Arizona. -
Submit groundwater levels to the Department through 3rd party on-line data portal. WLs are directly input into ADWR Groundwater Site Inventory (GWSI) database -
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Click to view all reports from Arizona Department of Resources 09/19/16 - 09/19/18
Click here to file your Annual Water Withdrawal and Use Reports online 08/06/15 - 08/31/20
Click here to review the Departments DRAFT proposal of the final fee rulemaking package (PDF)

 


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ADWR
1110 W. Washington Street Ste 310
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Phone: 602.771.8500
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  Mission
ADWR is the steward of Arizona's water future and ensures long-term, reliable water supplies to support the continued economic prosperity of the State.

ADWR Director
Thomas Buschatzke