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1110 W. Washington St. Suite 310
Phoenix, AZ 85007.
(602) 771-8500

Location information can be found at the bottom of all web pages.

Contact Information

Use the links below to contact ADWR.  ADWR is open Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm MST (Arizona) and closed on state and federal holidays.

The main ADWR number is 602 771-8500.  If you are calling from outside the Phoenix metropolitan area, you may use the state’s 800 number:  1-800-352-8488.


Tips for Getting Answers

Here’s how to contact the right person for a few of the more common services at ADWR:

  • Want to drill a well?  Go to the Forms section and download the correct form and instructions. 
  • Need information about a well or a water right and you can’t find it in the Fortis Power Web application? 
  • Are you having a problem with your residential water service?  Call the entity that sends you your water bill.  This agency is not a water provider.
  • Answers to common questions can be found in our FAQ section.

Other areas at ADWR

  • Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund (WQARF) Section
    Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR)
    Hydrology Division
  • Director's Office
  • Legal Services
  • Water Bank Authority
  • Dam Safety and Surface Water
  • Administrative Services
  • Information Technology
  • Hydrology
  • Statewide Planning, Colorado River, Drought and Conservation
  • Water Protection Fund
  • Water Management, Assured and Adequate
  • Phoenix Active Management Area (AMA)
  • Pinal Active Management Area (AMA)
  • Prescott Active Management Area (AMA)
  • Santa Cruz Active Management Area (AMA)
  • Tucson Active Management Area (AMA)
  • Notice of Intent (NOI) to drill a well
  • Surface Water Rights
  • Information Management


Additional Information

  • Areas of Responsibility - Description of ADWR's purpose, along with areas of responsibility, including groundwater management, surface water management, administration of water rights, and hydrology support.
  • Departmental Organization - Description of major functional divisions within ADWR.
  • Career Opportunities - Information for motivated individuals interested in water resources careers.