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Tucson Water has a New Director

With over 27 years of experience in public utility operation and management, Alan Forrest has been named the new director of Tucson Water. Mr. Forrest will work to ensure the city's water reliability while maintaining the department’s terrific customer service standards.

Desert Living
From backyards and neighborhoods to a vast infrastructure of pipes, canals and earthen basins, discover what Tucson is doing to ensure a steady supply of water to our growing community. Watch this special edition of Desert Living

Monsoon Safety
While the summer’s monsoon rains bring welcome relief to the heat, they also present hazards as well. Click here to view some quick safety reminders so you and your family can be prepared.

Schedule a Visit from a Tucson Water Zanjero
In a tradition that dates back to the early 1800s, a Zanjero is a community water manager. Thanks to a free Tucson Water program, a Zanjero can visit your home to help you lower your water bill by analyzing both indoor and outdoor water usage. Visit Tucson Water's site to learn more about this terrific resource.

Find Rebates & Incentives through Tucson Water
Tucson Water is a one stop resource for both residential and commercial rebate and incentive programs. Find information on toilet replacement, rain water harvesting and much more at this easy to access resource.

Adopted Water Rate Schedule
The Mayor and Council have adopted a new water rate schedule that will take effect on July 2, 2012. The new rates will ensure long term water reliability for our region.

July is Smart Irrigation Month
Irrigation experts estimate that homeowners and property managers typically overwater lawns and landscapes by up to 30 percent. Tucsonans know that using desert-adaptive plants in landscaping is an easy way to reduce water use. The Smart Water Month website features information and links to free workshops and classes on outdoor landscaping, maintenance, and the Irrigation Association's coloring and puzzle book for children.

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