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Peoria City Council approved a contract amendment in the amount of $1.1 million with multi-national firm GHD, Inc. to provide engineering design and construction administration services for a new water pipeline to serve northern Peoria. more
Peoria planing and zoning staff are nearly complete in updating the city code to be in compliance with state regulations on recreational marijuana. more
Sewer and water services are provided by two community facilities districts in Apache Junction, neither of which had out-of-court settlements or claims during the past five years but one paid out … more
The Valley saw its most rain in months and even some snow in late January after a dry monsoon season last year. However, Arizona’s two largest water supplies were mostly unaffected by the … more
Estimates from various studies show Surprise’s population by 2035 is likely to creep up on 300,000 residents — more than double its current population. more
Residents east of Luke Air Force Base are on edge after learning drinking water in their community may be contaminated following tests that detected high levels of toxic chemicals from a fire extinguishing foam used for decades on the military installation. more
The Peoria City Council approved a contract amendment for $334,193 with Brown and Caldwell for Jomax Booster Station Upgrades. more
Water district officials hope to work as one with the sewer district and the city of Apache Junction in negotiating with developers of Arizona State Trust Land sold late last year. “Instead of … more
State land and an agreement between the city and two utility providers will be discussed Tuesday by the Apache Junction Water Utilities Community Facilities District board. The intergovernmental … more
The developer of a planned 256-lot single-family housing subdivision will pay more than $2.8 million combined for a water line extension and fees to the Apache Junction Water Utilities Community … more
Water is a precious commodity, especially for Recreation Centers of Sun City West officials to maintain pristine golf courses. more
EPCOR Water Arizona Inc., a subsidiary of EPCOR USA Inc., has acquired the assets and operations of troubled Johnson Utilities. This move makes EPCOR USA the water and wastewater service provider … more
The intensity of the water fight in the Sun Cities ramped up last week as the Arizona Corporation Commission began reviewing matter in the case. EPCOR Water Co. officials filed an application for … more
The North Copper Canyon master plan soon will be more than halfway home following the Surprise City Council’s approval of preliminary plats for three more of its parcels at the Jan. 19 meeting. more
Dog Haus is excited to announce its new opening in the Watermark Shopping Center, 430 N. Scottsdale Road in Tempe. The one-of-a-kind restaurant is a family-friendly atmosphere with a specialty in … more
Goodyear experienced tremendous growth in 2020, with dozens of industrial and housing projects wrapping up or getting under way, and small businesses opening, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The new year is expected to bring more of the same, and the city itself has some major projects that will come to fruition or get under way in 2021. more
The town of Florence and city of Apache Junction along with other private and public entities participated in an inaugural Growing Water Smart training program in early 2020. Also learning to better … more
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