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Protecting and enhancing Arizona's water supplies for current and future generations.
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2017 Annual Water Withdrawal and Use Reporting

Offices of the Arizona Department of Water Resources will be closed on Thursday, November 22, 2018, in observance of Thanksgiving Day

Lower Basin Drought Contingency Planning materials and schedules 07/05/18 - 12/31/20
Recovery Planning Advisory Group (RPAG) 07/11/18 - 12/31/20
Groundwater Flow Model of the Willcox Basin 07/17/18 - 07/17/20
Proposed Rulemaking to Amend the Pinal AMA Assured Water Supply Rules 09/10/18 - 12/31/20
Arizona Water Protection Fund 2019 grant applications now available for review 09/12/18 - 09/13/20
ADWR Dry Well - Public Feedback Reporting Site. The purpose of this reporting site is to receive information regarding wells in the state that either have gone dry or are going dry. 08/22/18 -
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 -
Click to view all reports from Arizona Department of Resources 09/19/16 - 09/19/19
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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1110 W. Washington Street Ste 310
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Phone: 602.771.8500
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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