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Arizona Department of Water Resources Arizona's Official Web Site
Protecting Arizona's Water Supplies For Its Next Century
Welcome! to the Arizona Department of Water Resources Web site

Notice for residents in Southeast Arizona: Click here to report that your well has gone dry. Preliminary survey results now also available to download.
2014 Annual Groundwater Withdrawal & Use Reporting - Now Available. Click here to file your annual report online or to obtain reporting forms.

  • Arizona's Strategic Vision for Water Supply Sustainability

  • ADWR Director issues the Proposed Management Plan for the Prescott Active Management Area for the Fourth Management Period.

  • Arizona Drought: 5 reasons why the drought should concern you and 5 more why you shouldn't panic

  • Current Colorado River Conditions

ADWR and CAP agree to execute a Memorandum of Understanding with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, California, Nevada and municipal water agencies as a first step to protect Colorado River water supplies 12/04/14 - 01/30/15
ADWR is currently reviewing the CAGRD 2015 Plan of Operation. Click here to view the 2015 Plan and supporting information. 12/30/14 - 11/30/15
Click here to file your 2014 Annual Water Use Report or to obtain Annual Report Forms. Reports are due March 31, 2015 01/25/15 - 04/17/15
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 here to review the Departments DRAFT proposal of the final fee rulemaking package (PDF)


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3550 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
Phone: 602.771.8500

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 is continually Protecting Arizona's Water Supplies for its Next Century

ADWR Director
Thomas Buschatzke

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