State agency responsible for water quantity issues, long range water planning, flood control planning, dam safety, and administering and enforcing Arizona’s groundwater code and surface water rights laws.
Multi-county water district responsible for operating, maintaining, repaying and managing the Central Arizona Project, a 336-mile canal that carries Colorado River water from Lake Havasu to urban and agricultural areas and to American Indian reservations in central and southern Arizona.
Public-private organization providing power and water to most of the greater Phoenix area. The Salt River Agricultural Improvement & Power District is third largest public power utility in U.S. Salt River Valley Water Users’ Association is a private water company that provides agricultural and urban water.
Division of the state Department of Natural Resources charged with administration and management of the state’s water resources and interstate compacts. Oversees surface and groundwater rights, dam safety, water quality, flood control, and stream and groundwater monitoring.
State entity responsible for the statutory regulation of surface and groundwater, and providing services for the public such as water rights research, historical record reproduction of water rights, driller’s reports, and dam safety inspections.
Cooperative seven-member agency formed in 1991 to address Southern Nevada’s unique water needs on a regional basis. Works to develop solutions that will ensure adequate future water supplies for the Las Vegas Valley.
Nonprofit corporation founded to represent Klamath Irrigation Project farmers and ranchers. Promotes management of ecosystem resources. Members include rural and suburban irrigation districts and other public agencies as well as private individuals on both sides of the California-Oregon border.
Interstate administrative agency created in 1984 by the terms of the Upper Colorado River Basin Compact. Composed of commissioners from the signature states (Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming) and the federal government. Has broad and comprehensive powers to determine the quantity of water used annually in the upper basin and in each state, and the amount delivered to the lower basin.
Division of the Utah Department of Natural Resources that provides financial and engineering assistance to local water agencies for development of water storage projects, oversees state water planning, educates the public about water conservation and administers the state’s Colorado River Compact.
Works to protect, preserve and enhance Washington’s environment, and promote management of air, land and water. The program’s goals focus on preventing and cleaning up pollution and supporting sustainable communities and natural resources.