News and Updates
Current Status (as of 07/23/21)
Construction on the 66-inch pipeline is underway and schedule to be complete in early 2023. Also, the pipeline project that will connect to the new pump station on 31st Street south of Bell Road began this week. Construction for the rehabilitation/replacement 48-inch pipeline is complete. This pipeline was repaired/replaced to avoid failure of the pipe, which carries 35 million gallons of tap water a day to North Phoenix.
Drought Pipeline Project Mobile App Has Launched!
We Welcome Questions and Comments!
• Call us at 602-235-2666
• Email WaterWorks@Phoenix.gov
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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.
Which Drought Pipeline Project Do You Want to Learn More About
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