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  1. Salt River Project manages reservoirs on the Salt and Verde rivers, delivering water to about 2 million folks in metro Phoenix.

    SRP has sent enough water downstream to fill Phoenix taps for a year
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  3. Salt River Project

    Salt River Project has delivered low-cost, reliable power and water to Arizona for over 100 years. View plans, see outages, pay your bill, contact us and more.

  4. About Salt River Project | SRP

    Salt River Project, or SRP, is a community-based, not-for-profit organization providing affordable water and power to more than 2 million people in central Arizona. It’s made up of two separate organizations: the “Association,” a private water corporation founded in 1903, and the “District,” an electricity provider formed as an ...

  5. Salt River Project - Wikipedia

    Salt River Project is a member of the Labor and Management Public Affairs Committee (LAMPAC), a utility labor organization. Democratic Attorneys General Association. Salt River Project sponsored programming on the order of $15,000 between 2006 and 2009 to the Democratic Attorneys General Association. Western Governors Association

  6. The Salt River's flowing. Here's what to know

    Salt River Project is releasing water from various dams, including Bartlett Dam — 15 miles east of Carefree — toward metro Phoenix to make room for the above-average snowpack expected to melt ...

  7. Salt River Project - Bureau of Reclamation

    The Salt River Project, located near Phoenix, Arizona, includes a service area of about 240,000 acres spanning portions of Maricopa, Gila and Pinal Counties in central Arizona. The land within the project is furnished a full irrigation water supply from the Salt and Verde Rivers and from 250 groundwater wells; about 26,500 acres are furnished ...