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Phone: (520) 568-2239
Fax: (520) 568-2185
Email: mdwid85239@hotmail.com
         
 
About Us
Our Staff
Our staff are committed to providing quality water and assisting our customers
in a professional and efficient manner.
MCDWID is contracted with (4) other Districts in Maricopa to provide Field Operation & Administrative services.
Our Board
Who are the Board of Director Members for a Special District?
Board members are residents or land owners in the District service area. These volunteers represent the customers and are required to oversee the services provided are the best standard possible for compliance with County, State and Federal regulations. Board members must be a property owner or renter, registered AZ voter able to vote in a District election.

Current Maricopa CDWID Board Members:
Dean Scott, Chairman
Chris Giles, Vice-Chair
Lucia Rodriguez, Secretary
Leyan Scott, Board member
Stephen Clarke, Board member
Papago Butte DWID Board Members:
Lois Blakesley, Chairperson
Larry Hart, Sec./Treas.
Jane Mead, Vice Chair

Seven Ranches DWID Board Members:
Thomas Chapa, Chairperson
Raul Valenzuela, Secretary/Treasurer
(Open Position) Apply at office


Valle Escondido DWID Board Members:
Guadalupe Valenzuela, Chairperson
Penny Brennan, Sec./Treas.
(Open Position) Apply at office

Thunderbird Irr. WDD#1 Board Members:
Carol Shrock, Chairperson
Dan Massey,Secretary
Robert Ortega
Our History
The Maricopa Domestic Water Improvement District (MDWID) was formed by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors on July 21, 1986 for the purposes of acquiring the assets of the only private water company in Maricopa at the time. The district pursued loans and grants through USDA Rural Utility Services to correct the water system deficiencies. The area served by the water district was declared a Colonia in February, 1998 by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors. Maricopa DWID operates and maintains its domestic water infrastructure and treatment systems in the area now also known as the Heritage District of Maricopa.
In November 2017, Maricopa DWID & New Saddleback Vista DWID approved the merger of the 2 Districts to become Maricopa Consolidated Domestic Water Improvement District. The New Saddleback Vista neighborhood residents will now pay the lower water rates and tax levy rates as a MCDWID customer.
   
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