skip to the content of this page
AZ.gov Arizona's Official Website Arizona Department of Water Resources
Arizona Department of Water Resources AZ.gov Arizona's Official Web Site
Securing Arizona's Water Future
Water Adequacy Determinations in the Detrital Valley Basin

Water adequacy determination information including the subdivision name, location, number of lots, adequacy determination, reason for the inadequacy determination, date of determination and subdivision water provider are shown in Table 4.3-9A and B for water reports and analysis of adequate water supply.  Figure 4.3-11 shows the locations of subdivisions keyed to the Table.   For a description of the Adequacy Program click here.  For adequacy determination data sources and methods click here.  For more information on adequacy determinations in the Detrital Valley Basin see Section 4.0.5 - Population.

  • All subdivisions receiving an adequacy determination are in Mohave County.  Twenty-nine water adequacy determinations for more than 6,090 lots have been made in this basin through December 2008.  No lots received an adequate
  • The most common reason for an inadequacy determination was because the existing water supply is unreliable or physically unavailable. 
  • Two Analysis of Adequate Water Supply applications have been approved for this basin for a total of 50,953 lots.

 

Click to view Table 4.2-9

Click for Table 4.3-9 Adequacy Determinations in the

Detrital Valley Basin

Click to view Figure 4.3-11

Click for Figure 4.3-11 Detrital Valley Basin Adequacy Determinations

 

Arizona Water Atlas Home

Upper Colorado River Planning Area Home

Download pdf of entire Upper Colorado River Planning Area Download pdf of the Detrital Valley Basin References and Suggested Reading for the Detrital Valley Basin
Colorado River Upper Colorado River Planning Area

Download pdf of Volume 4

Detrital Valley Basin White Hills Road