2020 Annual Reports for Community Water Systems (CWS) outside the Active Management Areas were due on or before June 1, 2021. Any outstanding reports may be filed online using our reporting tool or by completing the 2020 Annual Report form.
2021 Annual Reports for Community Water Systems will be due on or before June 1, 2022. Online reporting will not be available for the 2021 report until mid-spring 2022. Reminder letters will be sent out to systems mid-April 2022.
File your Annual Report
Please select one of the following options below to submit your Annual Water Use Report:
If you would prefer to report as a hardcopy, the form is available as a PDF. If you need assistance, please contact the Community Water System Program at 602-771-8585 or [email protected].
If your water system has a Designation of Adequate Water Supply (DADE), a DADE annual report must be filed as well. This form is available as a PDF document. Please include the completed DADE annual report with your CWS annual report.
If you have a Designation of Adequate Water Supply, the online reporting system will automatically redirect you to file the Designation of Adequate Water Supply annual report after you finish filing the Community Water System annual report.
To determine if you have a Designation of Adequate Water Supply, you can view the List of Designated Providers. Only providers on this list have a Designation of Assured or Adequate Water Supply.
Arizona Department of Water Resources Community Water Systems Program PO Box 36020 Phoenix, AZ 85067-6020
Annual report GUIDELINES
How to access previous Annual Reports - This document will guide you through the process of downloading your previously submitted Annual Water Use Reports and additional correspondence related to your Community Water System.
Water Estimation Tool - Assists non-metered community water systems with estimating their annual water use.
Estimating water use based on energy records - These documents detail a number of suggested methods for estimating water use. They all involve knowing the energy consumption of the well, possibly in conjunction with discharge information (such as pipe or channel flow in gallons per minute), or only information concerning the energy use if discharge information is unavailable. These methods include estimating pumpage based on: