Tucson Water is located in an area that receives less than twelve inches of rainfall per year. This means that Tucson has to utilize water from various sources. On their website, www.tucsonaz.gov/water, they give resources that allow you to see where they draw the water from. These include: publications, reports, and videos of the process, long range water plan updates, information about the Central Avra Valley Storage and Recovery Project, information about the Southern Avra Valley Storage and Recovery Project, and pictures of the advanced oxidation plant water treatment facility. Also on the site, you’ll be able to access groundwater maps,
Ways to Pay your Bill on Tucsonaz.gov/water
You can pay your Tucson Water bill multiple ways. You can enroll in paperless billing and pay online or you can pay in person, phone, or by mail. Also, there is an option to make an online payment without creating an account. You can also sign up for automated bill payment. To pay online, you’ll need a PIN number. To retrieve your pin, you must provide your account number and the date of your bill.
Paying your Tucson Water Bill on www.tucsonaz.gov/water
- Navigate to www.tucsonaz.gov/water and, on the left-hand side of the screen, you’ll see a list of hyperlinks underneath the words Tucson Water in black print. Click on the first hyperlink there that says Customer Service and Billing.
- Click on the blue hyperlink that says Make an Online Payment Today.
- If you have a PIN number, click the blue box on the right-hand side that says “I have a PIN, sign in here.” Enter your account ID and PIN number. Click Sign-On.
- Click Pay My Bill on the left-hand side of the screen and insert your card details.
In case of any confusion, do not hesitate – call the Tucson Water bill payment team at-