Large expanses of the ponds at popular Sweetwater Wetlands are bone dry, leaving some visitors disappointed — but in this case drought isn’t the culprit.
Folks expecting a lively discussion during today’s city council meeting on proposed bus fares increases will be disappointed.
Work on two waterlines could snarl traffic on the west side and near the University of Arizona for the next two months.
Tucson wiped about $10 million off its books Tuesday night.
A tax on Tucson Water that was supposed to expire almost three years ago is still being charged by the city.
Parking will be restricted on some streets in the Armory Park neighborhood this Saturday.
The Tanque Verde Wash, unlike most of its Tucson counterparts, still blooms with yellowing cottonwood and willow trees during autumn’s current peak.
The decline in average water use is national in scope and a myriad of reasons contribute to it.
If you’re behind on your water bill, you can now expect a call from Tucson Water’s new automated message system.
Repairs to two 16-inch main water valves and will leave residents near South Swan Road and East 19th Street without water today.
The Tucson City Council will consider today whether to allow water to be extended to the suburbs for new developments that bring good-paying jobs.
These are some of the final clarifiers at the Ina Road treatment plant.
Arturo Norzagaray, the Ina Road treatment plant's manager, holds water he just collected inside the final sampling building at the plant.
When it comes to water, energy and the environment, there is no free ride.
Time is running out for Tucson Water customers who want to offer an opinion on the utility's proposed rate increases.
Tucson has finished at the top of a national competition designed to motivate people to conserve water, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild announced Tuesday.
After the longtime caretaker for the city's 22,459 acres of retired farmland in Avra Valley and his supervisor both retired, Tucson Water officials opted to outsource the work to a private contractor.
Sean Elliott told the San Antonio newspaper that "my wife and I are absolutely mortified" to be San Antonio's second-biggest water users.
It horrified Tucson native Sean Elliott to learn in December that he and his wife were the second-biggest users of water in San Antonio.
Steel framework is already in place for the new multistory county courthouse downtown. Tucson Water says the county incurred added costs because it built at a site requiring extensive improvements and upgrades.