Emergency Contact: 520-408-4427
NEW MDWID PAYMENT AND SHUTOFF POLICY:
- Bills are due by the 15th of each month. A late fee of $10 will be assessed after the 15th.
- If the bill is not paid in full by the 25th of the month the water will be shut off.
- Our reconnection fee is back payment plus $40 during working hours. After working hours the reconnection fee is back payment plus $100.
- A $100 establishment fee will be assessed for new hookups.
- Contact the System Manager to discuss emergency situations as defined by state statute.
Latest Board meeting minutes
2015 Annual Water Quality Report (In PDF Format)
The next regular Board Meetings are scheduled for:
Monday, August 10, 2015, @4:00 P.M.
Monday, September 14, 2015, @4:00 P.M.
@ 16560 W. El Tiro Road
Regular board meetings are held the 2nd Monday of every month, except Federal holidays.
Site last Updated July 24 2015
Sig Danielson retires as System Manager
After many years of faithful service, Sig Danielson has retired from MDWID. Our new System Manager is Stu Spaulding, P.E. Welcome aboard, Stu!
New board member elected, Vice Chairman is acting chairman
Chairman of the Board Mike Young has retired from the board. Vice-Chairman Michael Sniffens is Acting Chairman. Thank you for your service, Mike!
The Board, in a special meeting June 16, 2015, has appointed Candy Cassidy to the MDWID Board.
Emergency Response Plan
The Board of Directors and Staff of the District are in the process of developing an Emergency Response Plan specific to the District. Part of this plan is to determine the pressure and flow at various points if we are forced to supply water with only the head pressure developed by the storage tanks.
District continues to pursue USDA-RD Grant
The District continues to pursue a grant from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development to address some of our immediate concerns with the aging infrastructure within the District continues to be on hold. We have identified $2,300,000 of projects that will enhance the distribution system and give the District a more reliable system for the future.
The grant application is in the process of being submitted to Washington for funding following the mid November final approval of the Archaeological Monitoring and Discovery Plan by the State Historical Preservation Office and the local Indian tribes.
Water Conservation Tips:
Use the following water conservation tips to reduce your use and your water bill:
Driveways, Sidewalks, and Walkways Instead of a
hose, use a broom or leaf blower to remove dead
leaves and debris.
The toilets if not a low-flow model, then install a
displacement device such as a plastic bottle with
water and pebbles. Dont obstruct float.
Bathroom sink dont let water run while you brush
your teeth or shave. Turn the faucet on briefly to
Newsletter publishing schedule:
The newsletter will continue to be published on a periodic basis when we feel that it is necessary to contact all of our customers about current news in the District. We will also use the newsletter to seek input from all customers about various issues within the District.
Please clean your easements so that MDWID and your other utility companies have better access to the equipment that services your property. Under Arizona law it is the property owners responsibility to maintain the easements. Please remove trash and cut or trim the trees and brush
All MDWID Board meetings are subject to the Public Open Meeting Laws of Arizona. The Board encourages public attendance and input at all of its meetings. Official postings of the meeting location, dates, times and Agendas may be viewed at the Avra Valley Hardware Store and the District Office (16560 W. El Tiro Rd., northeast corner Anway and El Tiro) a minimum of 24 hours prior to the meetings. Regular monthly meetings are scheduled for the second Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m.
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