Resources for HOAs

HOA Resources
Stormwater Basins - After the Rain Stay Out, Stay Safe - A Health Concern
Maricopa County Environmental Services Department Stormwater Quality Program has issued a health concern brochure to alert citizens of the dangers of using retention/detention ponds as recreational waters after a storm.
Download more info: http://www.maricopa.gov/documentcenter/view/6838

Water Conservation Allotment
The state requires HOAs that irrigate more than 10 acres of turf with groundwater per community to follow a state-issued water-use allotment plan. If your HOA goes over the allotted amount, the state could fine you $375 for each acre foot of water you use per year over their set allocation. Learn more...

June 2014 HOA Summit presentation


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CAGRD Grants


The Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District (CAGRD) has grants of up to $5,000 for large water users committed to reducing groundwater use. For more information, call 623.869.2380 or visit their Web site: www.cagrd.com.

How can my HOA reduce water usage?


We are available to help large water users within the City's water service area, create a water budget plan, with an emphasis on conservation. We can be reached at 623.222.6000, or by email at sustainability@surpriseaz.gov
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For many HOAs landscape irrigation accounts for 90 percent or more of all the water used in their communities’ common areas.  One of the easiest ways to save money and water is to adjust sprinkler timers.
Learn more water-saving tips...
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This section is the place to find out how to properly backwash your pool, see best practices
for preventing all types of environmental pollution and view the latest county air quality report.
Learn more...