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Surprise receives upbeat water supply update

Cautious optimism is preferable when discussing Arizona’s water resources, given the dire updates of the past two years.

Glendale in ‘waiting game’ for expected water …

Glendale, like every Arizona community, continues to wait on expected cuts to its water allocation from the Colorado River Basin. Historically-low levels in both Lake Mead and Lake Powell all but guarantee more cuts are coming.

Potential water cuts revealed for Arizona, Southwest …

The U.S. Department of the Interior announced it will host a press conference Aug. 16 to reveal details on how water usage will evolve to address the current drought conditions impacting the Colorado …

Feds: River water use to be slashed

In the ongoing effort to have Arizona communities use less water — specifically, less Colorado River water — people in charge of managing the state’s water supply have a new …

Peoria navigates toward uncertain water future

As agricultural properties begin to feel the brunt of Central Arizona Project water cuts implemented last year and conditions on the over-allocated Colorado River endures ongoing drought, the city of Peoria continues to prepare for an uncertain water future.

Arizona spending $30 million to 'rent' water rights

PHOENIX — Arizona is dropping another $30 million in to buy — or, at least, rent — some water rights to help stave off further drought-related cuts in what the state gets from the …