Water Plans

Tucson Water updates it’s long range and/or master plan about every ten years. One Water 2100 is the current master planning effort. The first phase included an existing conditions analysis. That analysis produced a series of technical memos:

We are currently conducting a community engagement campaign to support the development of the One Water 2100 master plan. Please visit tucsononewater.com/get-involved/ to help shape our water future. When Mayor and Council approves One Water 2100, it will replace Water Plan: 2000 - 2050.

Water Plan: 2000 – 2050 was written in 2004 with updates in 2008 and 2012. This plan laid out the challenges and opportunities to ensuring a secure water future for our community. Below are links to the entire document and its individual chapters and articles.

There is also a brief overview of the Long Range Plan pdf with projections about current and future water needs and the water supplies available to meet a growing demand. The overview references critical decisions that our community must make and Tucson Water's recommendations to ensure high quality water while protecting environment and quality of life.

Tucson Water also published a 2008 update and a 2012 updatepdf to its original 2004 Plan.

Download the entire Water Plan PDF file pdf or download individual chapters and articles below as smaller individual PDF files.

If you have feedback, comments, or questions, e-mail Tucson Water's Public Information / Conservation Office (PICO).

Water Plan: 2000-2050

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