Arizona Water CompanyNews

It has come to our attention that Arizona Water has inadvertently sent delinquent/disconnect notices to some of our customers. As we have previously stated, Arizona Water will not be disconnecting service or charging late payments for non-payment in the foreseeable future due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you received such a notice, please be assured that your water will not be disconnected until further notice. Please call your local office if you have any questions.

Arizona Water is now offering low income and active duty military discounts. Each eligible customer will receive a $10/month credit on their water bill click here for the form to fill out. To be eligible for the active duty military discount, please provide your military ID and to be eligible for the low income discount, please provide a copy of bill from another utility (APS, SRP, SWG, etc.) that indicates you are on their low income program. If you have any questions, please call your local office.

On March 19, 2020, the Apache Junction Water District and Arizona Water Company issued a joint press release informing customers of our safe water supply during the COVID-19 pandemic. For a copy of the press release click here.

On December 13, 2019, Arizona Water filed a rate application to change rates in the Western Group (Pinal Valley, White Tank, and Ajo). Please click here to see a fact sheet about the proposed rate change and please click here to see the public notice of the rate case.

Sedona’s City Council unanimously approved a Conditional Use Permit to construct a water storage tank and booster pumping facility by Arizona Water. Click here for more information.