Agreements

Agreement in Principle and Comprehensive Agreement No. 1

Two agreements have been entered into by three parties that consist of the City of Prescott, Town of Prescott Valley, and the Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement & Power District and the Salt River Valley Water Users’ Association.

Agreement in Principle (February 11, 2010)- A conceptual framework which set forth principles guiding the parties and forming the basis for more detailed future agreements addressing specific terms including groundwater modeling, groundwater and surface water monitoring, and mitigation (if necessary) associated with future pumping from the City’s Big Chino Water Ranch and importation of water into the Prescott Active Management Area.

Comprehensive Agreement No. 1 (October 5, 2012) – An agreement that addresses monitoring and modeling in the Big Chino Sub-Basin, with the addition of mutual recognition of certain water rights arising from the Prescott Active Management Area.

CONTACT

  • Water Resource Management
  • Leslie Graser
  • Water Resource Administrator
  • Public Works Building

    433 N Virginia St

  • 928-777-1144

NEWS

The City Of Prescott Has A Long Term Stable Water Supply

Posted on September 16, 2019

The City has spent the summer discussing complex municipal water policy that ensures long-term viability of our City’s water supply. We discussed the best, most reliable way to track our groundwater usage and protect it for the future. We talked… Read more »

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