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News & Notices
The City staff and local news outlets owned by City staff has provided false information over the past year regarding the District system and fire protection for the Heritage District. The District offers facts about the water capability to the Public. Thank you.
Brad Pitassi lttr for Flow results Flow Test results
SRDWID System Rpt. Summary Engineer Letter to the City City Flow Test results Culver`s Water pressure issue MCDWID Hydrant compliance letter from City
Annual Events
Maricopa CDWID conducts routine hydrant flushing and maintenance within the MCDWID/Heritage District boundaries to help ensure Flushing hydrants are operational, provide adequate water flow, and maintain adequate system pressure.
The District Flushing hydrants are tested and flushed, at a minimum, every year. As part of the program, the District will ensure equipment is intact and functional, inspect the water flow, open the hydrant to allow the water to flow until the water is clear and free from debris and document information about the hydrant.
Hydrant flushing may cause fine sediment particles within water lines to be disturbed. As a result, residents may experience temporary discoloration of their water. If this discoloration occurs, residents should try not to open sink, bath or shower faucets.
Residents should go outside and open a spigot and allow a few minutes for the discoloration to dissipate.
In most cases, this should take care of the problem. This will also ensure there is no sediment in the ice you are using from your ice maker. To verify water is clear, run your tap with cold water.
For questions, contact our office:45290 W. Garvey Ave. or 520-568-2239
Maricopa CDWID AMA Planning Program & Policy adoption; Conservation Enforcement:
January 1, 2023 the AZ Dept. of Water Resources will be implementing the Pinal Active Management Area 4th Management Plan which will place additional conservation requirements on both large and small providers. MCDWID is currently designated by the ADWR as a Small Provider designation with annual system wide usage cap of 250 acre-feet per year. It is MCDWID?s intent to maintain its current designation.

In order to address these two items, it is the intent of MCDWID to cap the volume of annual potable water deliveries for users Out-Side District Boundaries through a Service Agreement and eliminate all other Bulk Water use Out-side the District boundaries.

To achieve its goal of maintaining a Small Provider designation the MCDWID Board, at the March 14, 2022 Regular Meeting, approved the implementation of a policy that will eliminate Bulk Water users effective January 1, 2023.
The water system should be maintained for use and benefit within the District boundaries for it`s residents and customers.
Conservation Plan and Policy link .
Current Projects:
The Maricopa Consolidated Domestic Water Improvement District will file an application with USDA Rural Development (USDA-RD) for financial assistance for a project that will provide needed infrastructure improvements to its drinking water system. A Public Hearing for comments will be held at 5:00 pm on Monday, August 9, 2021 at 45290 W. Garvey Ave., Maricopa, AZ 85139 to discuss the proposed project and to provide the opportunity for public comment.
Maricopa Consolidated Domestic Water Improvement District; PWS-11-036 / 11-557
PO Box 209, Business Office: 45290 W. Garvey Ave., Maricopa, 85139
Phn: 520-568-2239, Fax 520-568-2185,
TBIWDD1 tank work scheduled October 25, 2021 Thank you for your patience.
1. Turn off water while brushing your teeth.
2. Rinse your razor in the sink.
3. A bathtub filled half full holds about 50 gallons of water.
4. Shampoo your hair in the shower.
5.Check faucets and pipes for leaks.
6. Limit showers to five minutes.
7. Install water saving low-flow showerheads.
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