Tucson Water hosting a milestone event for utility | Events
Tucson Water will host its ‘One-millionth acre foot of recharged and restored’ event. Tucson Water Director, Alan Forest will be joined by Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, as well as several Central Arizona Project representatives, elected officials, and water resource and conservation professionals. All to celebrate the milestone of its one-millionth acre foot of Colorado River water recharged and stored by Tucson Water in its Clearwater Renewal Resource Facility.
WHEN: March 28 at 10 a.m.
WHERE: Clearwater facility on Sandario Road.
This milestone signifies how renewable water supplies such as Colorado River water play a critical role in the present and future sustainability of the region. Scheduled for speaking are Director Forrest, Mayor Rothschild, Central Arizona Project General Manager David Modeer, and Pima County Central Arizona Water Conservation District Vice President Warren Tenney.
Also included in the celebration will be the opening of a valve to fill a dry recharge basin. Attendees are also invited to see nearby construction of Tucson Water’s new Clearwater booster station and its eight-million gallon reservoir.