Video of Reservoir 5 Highlights

Video of taking the crane out of the...

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PIPELINE & RECHARGE PROJECT (Update May 2015)

 A History of Water Leadership Formed in 1975, Community Water Company of Green Valley (CWC) has sought out renewable water supplies and has reliably delivered drinking water to its member since 1977.  The past 37 years has found CWC taking a leadership role working with The Upper Santa Cruz Providers and Users Group (USCPUG) and the Central Arizona Project (CAP) to bring Colorado River water to the Green Valley/Sahuarita area. The aquifer in the Sahuarita and Green Valley area (Upper Santa Cruz Basin) is declining.  At some locations, well...

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2014 Operator of the Year

MARC LEVESQUE RECOGNISED AS THE AZWATER SMALLSYSTEM OPERATOR OF THE YEAR 28 years of exceptional service Green Valley, Arizona – Community Water Company of Green Valley is pleased to announce that on May 7, 2014, Marc Levesque, a 28-year employee and resident of the Town of Sahuarita, was recognized as the AZWater 2014 “Small System Operator of the Year” at its annual conference in Glendale, Arizona. This award recognizes excellence in the field of water distribution and treatment systems; demonstrating innovation, service to the community,...

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Reservoir 5 under construction

CWC is proud to announce the development of a new reservoir 5! Will be operational in 2015  ...

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Work Begins on Community Water Project Renews Pipeline

Community Water Company (CWC) of Green Valley is delighted to announce construction of the first phase of Project Renews by Borderland Construction of Tucson. Project RENEWS is a system of pipelines and underground water storage facilities designed to bring Colorado River water to Green Valley and Sahuarita. Project RENEWS begins at the CAP terminus, at Pima Mine Road and I-19, and ends adjacent to the proposed recharge site, west of Old Nogales Highway. Phase 1 is a $400,000 contract that will enable construction of approximately 1,000 feet...

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