AZWWA ~ Celebrating 65 Years!

Join Us For Our Summer Events

Friday, June 24, 2022 ~ Golf Tournament at Quailwood Greens Golf Course

12200 E. Hwy 69, Dewey, AZ 86327 ~ 9:00am Shotgun Start

Friday, June 24, 2022 ~ Dinner and Summer Meeting ~ Springhill Suites Downtown Prescott

200 E. Sheldon St. Prescott, AZ 86301 ~ 5:30 – 8:00pm

Guest Speaker:  Jesse Richardson, Legal Advisor, Water Systems Council

Topic:  Drought and Water Rights in Arizona and the West

Special thanks to our Meeting Room/Dinner Sponsor:  Preferred Pump

Saturday, June 25, 2022 ~ Annual Picnic at Goldwater Lake ~ Original Ramada

2900 S. Goldwater Lake Rd., Prescott, AZ 86303 ~ 8:00am – ?? (we typically wrap up by 2:00pm, stay as long as you like!)  

Registration forms are available here:

AZWWA 2022 June Dinner Meeting Invitation 6 1 2022

AZWWA 2022 Golf Flyer 6 1 2022

For questions, please call 480-609-3993 or email at admin@azwwa.org


New Resource! Click here for a list of AZ Well Drillers 1980-2020

AZ Well Owner Guide to Water Supply, 2nd Edition

The Arizona Water Well Association was formed in 1957 and reorganized in 1977 to become an effective voice for the state’s water well industry, continuously assisting members of the Arizona water well industry.

 Our objectives are to assist, promote and support the interests and welfare of all phases of the water well industry. To achieve these, we work to advance well construction and development methods and to advance the science of ground water hydrology. Harmony and cooperation are sought among contractors, suppliers, technical personnel and government agencies.

 To help meet these objectives, the Arizona Water Well Association offers members a quarterly newsletter (The” Well Said”), a membership directory, meetings, and educational seminars throughout the state. It has also created a state-wide public relations program.

The Arizona Water Well Association also assists in developing state licensing requirements and work on ground water and drilling controls.

savind act logThe Savings Act

Introduced in Congress in September, 2014, the Water Supply Cost Savings Act or “Savings Act” – is aimed at reducing the costs to federal, state and local governments in providing quality drinking water to millions of American living in rural and isolated communities by promoting cost-effective individual and community well water systems

More information about the “Savings Act.”

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