Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District

A division of Central Arizona Project

The CAGRD supports responsible water management in central and southern Arizona by replenishing groundwater on behalf of its members.

Membership & Enrollment

Enrolling in the CAGRD is voluntary. Find answers to your CAGRD questions, learn if you’re located in a Member Land or Member Service Area, and view our forms and applications regarding enrollment and activation.

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Membership Locator

Quickly search to find if a location is within the CAGRD.

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Member Land FAQ

Answers to common questions on Member Lands and Member Service Areas.

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Applications & Forms

Forms and applications for developers, homebuilders and water providers on enrollment, de-enrollment and activation.

Rates & Fees

What are CAGRD’s rates, fees and rate-related policies?

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Operations

CAGRD is required by law to submit a plan of operation to the Director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources every 10 years. Discover more about CAGRD’s activities.

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Plan of Operation and Mid-Plan Reviews

CAGRD is required by law to submit a plan of operation to the Director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources every 10 years. See the latest CAGRD Plan of Operation covering the period from 2015 through 2024.

Water Provider Annual Reports

Each municipal provider that delivers water to CAGRD Member Lands or a CAGRD Member Service Area must file an Annual Report by March 31 of each year.

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CAGRD Reports and Information

According to state law, CAGRD must submit a Conservation District Annual Report to the Arizona Department of Water Resources each year.

Water Supply

The primary goal of CAGRD’s Water Supply Program is acquiring a diverse portfolio of water supplies through voluntary, market-based transactions.

CAGRD 101

CAGRD is a special function of Central Arizona Project, replenishing water to foster and enhance responsible groundwater management.

About Us

The CAGRD provides a mechanism for landowners and water providers to demonstrate a component of an assured water supply under the Assured Water Supply Rules, which became effective in 1995.

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