This was the first update to Water Plan: 2000-2050 since it was produced in 2004. Issues and challenges to a secure water future for our community remained largely the same as in the original Water Plan: 2000-2050. This update also accounted for revised population projections, an increase in the City's Central Arizona Project allocation, and changed planning assumptions and priorities since 2004.
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2008 Update to Water Plan: 2000-2050
Table of Contents
- Executive Summary
- Table of Contents
- Section One: Introduction
- Section Two: Projections of Population
- Section Three: Projected Water Demand
- Section Four: Available Water Resources
- Section Five: Water Delivery Systems
- Section Six: Utilizing Resources to Meet Demand
- Section Seven: Conclusions
- List of Tables
- List of Figures
- 2-1. Tucson Water's Long-Range Planning Boundary, Current Service Area, and Obligated Areas Currently Not Served
- 2-2. Tucson Water's Long-Range Planning Boundary and Potential Projected Service Area
- 2-3. Population Projections for Tucson Water's Obligated Area and its Potential Service Area
- 3-1. The Four Demand Scenarios and Associated Planning Assumptions
- 3-2. Projected Demand Scenarios: 2000-2050
- 4-1. Aerial View of CAVSARP Taken January 2008
- 5-1. Tucson Water’s Well Fields in 2006
- 5-2. Tucson Water’s Potable Distribution System in 2006
- 5-3. Tucson Water’s Reclaimed Distribution Pipeline System in 2006
- 6-1. Scenario A, Projected Demand and Water Resource Utilization: 2000-2050
- 6-2. Scenarios B & C, Projected Demand and Water Resource Utilization: 2000-2050
- 6-3. Scenario D, Projected Demand and Water Resource Utilization: 2000-2050
- 6-4. Demand-Resource Scenario Summary