Learn about Peoria's water supply

Posted 3/8/21

The Peoria population is exploding.

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Learn about Peoria's water supply


The Peoria population is exploding.

At 170,000 people and growing, sustaining Peoria will depend on attentiveness to critical infrastructure needs. One of these critical areas of focus is water.

Learn the history of water through a Peoria Chamber of Commerce educational series sponsored by Salt River Project, Central Arizona Project and the City of Peoria.

Learn how our waters came to be, where they come from now and what the future holds for the city's water supply in an online webinar, 11 a.m.-12 p.m., March 10.

This will be the second in a three-part series to bring focus on building an understanding on how water issues impact Peoria businesses and residents in the future and what critical challenges lay ahead to be addressed through advocacy and action.

Register here.


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