one water: our water
The City of Apache Junction knows that water has always been a fundamental part of the community’s past, and is critical to the community’s present, and future. That is why the Apache Junction 2020 General Plan has a water resource element called AJ One H20. This section of the plan highlights the community’s two water providers, the Apache Junction Water District and Arizona Water Company, and outlines two important goals: Goal 8.1 to Advance Water Quality and Quantity, and Goal 8.2 to Strengthen Water Conservation. Water Conservation means reducing water waste, or water not being used for a beneficial purpose, and using our water as wisely and efficiently as possible. Although the city has two separate water utilities, we are one community with common goals for the future, and one water. To achieve the water resource goals stated in the 2020 general plan and to make sure everyone is doing their part to use water responsibly, the City and its two water utilities, the Apache Junction Water District and Arizona Water Company, have come together to launch One Water: Our Water, an integrated demand management program. This program highlights the conservation efforts that all three entities have been doing and brings forward two new elements: a public messaging campaign through Facebook, and large landscape irrigation water audits.
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*Additional information on the different layers.
The Arizona Water Company – Superstition Water System: This area includes Apache Junction (with unincorporated areas served around the City), Gold Canyon and the Town of Superior.
For the City of Apache Junction – MPA (Municipal Planning Area): This includes designated boundaries that the City of Apache Junction could potentially expand to.
Questions about One Water: Our Water?
Have questions about the One Water: Our Water campaign that aren’t answered on this page? Head over to our One Water: Our Water campaign FAQs page!