Metro Water District

About Metro Water District

Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District is a municipal water provider with more than 21,000 connections, serving the water needs of more than 50,000 people and hundreds of businesses in northwest, northeast and southwest metropolitan Tucson. Ninety-five percent of Metro Water's customers are single-family residents. Formed in 1992, the District is the largest domestic water improvement district in Arizona and the only urban one.
Conservation Efforts 
Metro Water has a proactive conservation program, which includes continual education about water conservation through the District newsletter. The District offers a toilet rebate and a water harvesting rebate to promote lower water consumption. Desert landscape and water harvesting workshops are scheduled periodically for customers. The District sometimes has opportunities to distribute conservation items such as toilet leak detection kits, aerator retrofit kits, outdoor watering self-audits, and landscape watering advice. The District Board of Directors has a long history of taking a proactive stance toward water conservation and encouraging lower consumption.



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  • © Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District
  • 6265 N. La Cañada, Tucson, Arizona 85704
  • 520-575-8100 (office)
  • 520-575-8454 (fax)

Office hours: Monday – Thursday 7:30am - 5:30pm and Friday 7:30am - 12 noon