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Which Drought Pipeline Project Do You Want to Learn More About 

​In the map below, select the project bounded by the red box that you are interested to learn more​.

Drought Pipeline Project Location spotting map PROJECT 4 PROJECT 3 PROJECT 2 PROJECT 1  

News and Updates 
Current Status (as of 9/6​​​​​​/23)

Signing the Final Piece of Pipe

Project 1 News​

The Drought Pipeline is now in service and currently operating to mitigate drought conditions on the Colorado River.​

The Dreamy Draw Recreation Area Reopened September 7.

The City of Phoenix Parks' restoration of Dreamy Draw Recreation Area re-opened the morning of September 7.  

​The Dreamy Draw Bike Path, Perl Charles Memorial Trail (#1A) and Dreamy Draw Pleasant Tunnel are now open. 

​Myrtle Wash Art Wall 

"Blooming Bunny Ears and Monsoon Poppies," the art wall designed for the 20th Street neighborhood by Phoenix-based artist Mary Shindell, is completed. 

Art Wall at 24th Street Water Treatment Plant

The 24th Street Water Treatment Plant at Maryland Avenue also has a new wall along its perimeter, both to secure the facility and to enhance the appearance of necessary infrastructure.

We Welcome Questions and Comments!

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​• Call us at 602-235-2666
• Email WaterWorks@Phoenix.gov

Note when you submit an email it falls under the city's policy which states that the email message is: (1) subject to public disclosure under the Public Records Law, (2) is not private or confidential and (3) is retained for 90 days. ​

Project Overview

The Drought Pipeline Project is essential to the economic health and vitality of Phoenix.  This project will ensure all residents have access to safe, reliable, clean drinking water during future times of shortage on the Colorado River.​

As part of this project, the city will update and replace existing infrastructure and install new infrastructure needed to serve all customers, no matter where they live or work in the city's service territory. Learn more about why this project is needed.​ ​