Above is a rendering of the proposed project at Highway 179 and West Mallard Drive in Sedona.

East Sedona Water Storage Facility Project

Arizona Water Company is dedicated to providing and maintaining quality service to our customers throughout the Sedona area. We are proposing this storage project In order to make sure that the surrounding community’s water demands, water supply sources, storage, and booster pump station requirements are being reliably and adequately met.

After years of careful consideration, we are proposing to build the East Sedona Water Storage Facility, a water storage and pumping facility that will help ensure the same level of fire protection and water service reliability that customers in the rest of our system enjoy.

The site we have selected for this facility is a nearly one-acre lot located at the intersection of West Mallard Drive and Highway 179.

The project will include the following facilities:
  • Water storage tank with up to a 1.5 million-gallon capacity
  • Most of the tank will not be visible because it will be built underground. Operational facilities will be built on top of the reservoir in an architectural style similar to surrounding homes
  • A booster pump station capable of delivering up to 3000 gallons per minute.

We look forward to working with our neighbors and other community stakeholders on this project. We will be using this web page to post relevant documents and updates on the on the planning and development process, so please check this site often.

Click here for a map of the proposed location

Aerial view sketch showing landscaping and buildings.

EAST SEDONA WATER STORAGE FACILITYUpdates

2.3.2017Arizona Water Company Seeks to Build Underground Water Storage Tank in East Sedona.

On January 17, 2017, Arizona Water Company filed an application with the City of Sedona for a conditional use permit in order to build a 1.0 to 1.5 million gallon drinking water reservoir on property it owns at Highway 179 and West Mallard Drive.

The reservoir will be almost entirely underground, with some support structures built on top of the reservoir in an architectural style of similar to the neighboring homes. The goal is to make the reservoir virtually invisible to passersby.

Arizona Water Company will be hosting a community meeting for the neighbors and other stakeholders within a few weeks. We will make sure the neighbors are kept up to date regarding the status of the meeting and other related matters.