Website: www.srpnet.com/water/irrigation/start.aspx (602) 236-3333 24 hr (scheduling – Give account number)

​Irrigation, or flood irrigation, is the most cost-effective way to deep water your property. Yards are flooded with 2-3 inches of water, which penetrates the ground within about three hours.

SRP brings water from the high country to the desert through a system of dams, lakes, canals, laterals, ditches, pipes and valves.Most of your water originates from SRP's 13,000-square-mile watershed, as rain and snow drain into the Salt and Verde rivers and collect in six lakes.

SRP's system also includes about 250 deep-well pumps
that help supplement our surface water supplies.

Canal water is moved almost entirely by gravity.
After your water order is placed, we combine it with
all other water orders from the Valley and release
the requested amount of water from the storage
facility. The water then flows into the seven main
canals crossing the Valley. An SRP employee
known as a "zanjero" (pronounced sahn-hair'-oh)
opens a gate to release the water from the canal
​into a system of smaller waterways called laterals.

​Laterals bring the water to a specific delivery point, where a zanjero opens SRP's gate, releasing the water into your neighborhood system From there, you and your neighbors are responsible for making sure all gates and controls are set properly to get ordered water to the individual properties within your neighborhood.

YOU can get the schedule for your own yard to pull gates or like most of us we use an irrigator...

See below

(They will open gates on time and middle of the night) Call for fees.

STREETS: Medlock, Colter
Medlock Homeowners Association Coordinator: Sylvia Woodlock 602- 274-0279

STREET: Pasadena. Lisa Brown

​STREETS: Georgia/Oregon/Vermont/Missouri
Aldrich Irrigation Association Membership: Rick DeGraw (602) 264-4396 Scheduling: Lynn Morrow (602) 277-7445