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The Water Resources Department Supplying a Precious Commodity

Water takes on a special importance here in the Great Southwest. With the rapid expansion of service areas in the City of Buckeye, providing a fresh supply for drinking, cooking, cleaning and irrigating is a major priority.

We are always instituting innovative practices for stocking, conserving, and responsibly managing our operations for current and future demand. The eight divisions of our Water Resources Department are dedicated to delivering reliable, high-quality water service:

  • Water Services
  • Wastewater Services
  • Flood Irrigation
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Water Conservation
  • Utility Billing / Customer Service

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Contact Us

Mark Seamans, Interim Director Water Resources Department

423 Arizona Eastern Ave
Buckeye, AZ 85326
Phone: (623) 349-6800
Fax: (623) 349-6850

Office Hours
Monday – Thursday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Closed Friday – Sunday

Field Operation Hours
6:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Emergency After Hours Phone: (623) 349-6400
Please use this number ONLY if you are experiencing an after-hours emergency, such as a leaking water main or water in the street.

Be prepared give your location and describe the exact nature of the leak.

Please call our regular Customer Service line, (623) 349-6100, during normal office hours with any questions regarding your bill or requests for changes to your service.

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Water Production and Groundwater Treatment

The Water Production staff maintains over 20 groundwater drinking wells within the City’s service area. This includes mandatory sampling, testing and reporting to maintain drinking water quality standards. All water produced and distributed to Buckeye is supplied by groundwater pumped from the West Salt River Valley and Hassayampa Sub-Basins. This water is treated, disinfected and stored in reservoirs in various locations within the City. Please click on the links listed below for additional information about drinking water.

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