In Times of Emergency, Look for Official Notices from Your Water Utility

The Boil Water Notice issued this month was specific to one water utility, but confusion existed on social media as to the specific water utility affected.  Consumers should be cautious and look for official notices for complete information. Local utilities note that because of our modern communication systems, the social media was often making water consumers aware of possible water system problems, but at times supplied information not consistent with the warnings and notices issued by the water utility. A “Boil Water” notice should be...

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Service Tech Retires after Four Decades of Service

After 41-years of service, Community Water’s Mark Wyland, Service Tech, retired from the Company on June 28, 2019. “Mark has always been the go-to person for welding and fabrication, and his work will be part of our system for generations,” John Meyer, Utility Operator said, “He was a mentor and team leader to the many service techs that have worked at the utility.” “We’re grateful to Mark for his many years of outstanding dedication to ensuring the reliable delivery of our drinking water for our community,” said Arturo Gabaldón, President....

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2019 Operator of the Year

Community Water Company’s John Meyer was selected by the AZWater Association to receive the 2019 Operations Supervisor of the Year – Small System award at the AZWater 92nd Annual Conference in mid-April. John is the Operator of Record and the Senior Treatment Supervisor for Community Water Company of Green Valley.  He earned a Certification Grade 4 Water Distribution System Operator in 2001, Grade 4 Water Treatment Plant Operator in 2001, and Grade 1 Wastewater Collections System Operator in 2014.  His areas of responsibility include the...

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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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