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Water banking is one of Arizona's most important water management strategies, and its success depends on effective planning. This joint plan helps advance the objective, articulated in the intergovernmental agreement among CAP, ADWR and AWBA, to develop a coordinated and cooperative planning process that includes distribution and recovery of water stored by the AWBA.

Contributors
Arizona Water Banking Authority, Arizona. Department of Water Resources, Central Arizona Project (U.S.)
Created Date
2014-04-14

The primary purpose of the Inventory is to identify storage capacity available to the Arizona Water Banking Authority to meet its water storage goals. Inclusion of a facility in the Inventory does not equate to a commitment by the AWBA to utilize any specific facility in the future. The AWBA will continue to determine annually which facilities will be used through the development of the Annual Plan of Operation. Conversely, not including a facility in the Inventory does not preclude the AWBA from utilizing that facility in a future Annual Plan. It does, however, preclude the facility from being utilized ...

Contributors
Arizona Water Banking Authority
Created Date
2011-03-30

This report includes a preliminary description of water supplies that could possibly be acquired to meet water supply needs of the Arizona Water Banking Authority and the Central Arizona Project.

Contributors
Carr, Thomas, Arizona Water Banking Authority, Central Arizona Project (U.S.)
Created Date
2010-12

The Arizona Water Banking Authority was created in 1996 to store the unused portion of Arizona’s annual allocation of the Colorado River. By storing this unused water the AWBA secures a dependable water supply necessary to ensure the state’s long-term prosperity. The Plan is intended to govern the operations of the AWBA over the course of the entire calendar year.

Contributors
Arizona Water Banking Authority
Created Date
1997/2017

The Arizona Water Banking Authority is required to provide an interstate water banking accounting report to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee on or before October 1 of each year for the previous fiscal year if the AWBA was owed or received money pursuant to an interstate water banking agreement with the Southern Nevada Water Authority. The AWBA shall not spend, encumber, lend or in any other way use the monies received pursuant to the interstate water banking agreement except to pay the costs directly incurred in meeting the AWBA’s obligations under the agreement. This statutory provision was enacted in 2009.

Contributors
Arizona Water Banking Authority, Southern Nevada Water Authority
Created Date
2005/2011

The Arizona Water Banking Authority was created in 1996 to store the unused portion of Arizona’s annual allocation of Colorado River water. Until the AWBA was created, Arizona had not fully utilized its 2.8 million acre-foot allocation of Colorado River water and the state’s leaders recognized that leaving a portion of Arizona’s allocation in the river was a lost opportunity. The AWBA was created to provide assurances that water users within the state had secure, long-term water supplies.

Contributors
Arizona Water Banking Authority
Created Date
1996/2015

The purpose of the Inventory is to determine whether storage facilities exist in this state to meet the water storage needs of the authority for the following ten years. The Authority approved the initial Inventory in 1997. Because additional storage facilities are continually being constructed, the Authority updates the Inventory at least once every five years. The Authority has been annually updating all new facilities that could be utilized by the Authority in its Annual Report. It is important to note that the primary purpose of the Inventory is to identify the capacity that is available for potential storage by ...

Contributors
Arizona Water Banking Authority
Created Date
2005-12

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