Flagstaff Water Services
We are operating under the City's Level 1 Water Availability Strategy, Water Awareness, coming into the dry months.
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Statistics as of 06/21/2018
Average Gallons / Capita / Day: 120
Upper Lake Mary Water Level: 25.7 Feet (60.0% of production)
35.71% Water in Storage
For questions call Water Billing Services at (928) 213-2231 or visit us online at
Water Services Administration
Get in touch with the right staff / program using the Water Services directory. To report a water line break, call (928) 774-0262.
The team of professionals in the Water Services Division works hard every day to keep the water flowing to your taps and water flushing from your home! We recycle high-quality reclaimed water to the community for irrigation and other state-approved uses. Nine sections in the Water Services Division ensure great customer service for decades to come: Regulatory Compliance, Engineering, Water Production, Water Distribution, Wastewater Treatment, Wastewater Collections, Stormwater, Water Resources & Conservation, and Administrative.
Pictured: Top Row: Jim Huchel, Reclamation (Wastewater) Manager; Steve Camp, Regulatory Compliance Manager; Chris Kirkendall, Stormwater Manager; Bradley M. Hill, R.G., Water Services Director:Ryan Roberts, Engineering Manager;
Water serving this spigot originates from springs and shallow wells in the Inner Basin and is not treated. The State of Arizona has determined that this water source requires routine testing and treatment before distribution to the public. The City of Flagstaff has evaluated treatment options, such as filtration and disinfection, however they are not practical nor feasible in a remote location such as the Inner Basin. To remain in compliance with all federal and state water quality rules and regulations, the City will permanently disconnect this water supply. We are exploring options to provide a raw water supply that the public can subsequently treat or filter for their use while hiking in the Inner Basin. We will keep the public updated on the status of these other water supply options via future social media posts.
The City suggests that bicyclists and hikers take sufficient water for their needs and treat any water sources found in the San Francisco Peaks as they would with water sources found elsewhere in the backcountry.
Wondering where your water comes from? Check out this "street question" video to find out!