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Canal safety tips

Canal safety is top of mind for us at SRP, especially as we get into the cooler months of the year. It’s the perfect time to enjoy the Valley’s more than 80 miles of multiuse trails along the canals. From running to biking, the paths provide a perfect opportunity to enjoy our natural desert climate and the active waterways that keep Phoenix moving forward.

Be sure to think safety first around water, especially the canals. Canals can be dangerous, so please follow these canal safety tips to avoid drowning or injury:

  • Assign a water watcher to ensure you have eyes on people near the water at all times. Never swim in canals!
  • Make sure to teach children about canal safety. Never jump in to retrieve pets or objects such as toys. Call 911 for help.
  • Keep a safe distance from the edges of the canals. Canal sides are extremely slick and difficult to climb.
  • Stay away from automated equipment or water delivery gates.
  • Don’t swim, canoe, kayak, water ski or tube in the canals.
  • Don’t drive a motorized vehicle on the canal banks (SRP authorization is required).
  • Secure permission from SRP before using canal banks for any kind of event. Call (602) 236-3126 for permit information.

To see a map of all canals with an interactive distance calculator, visit


SRP canal history tour

See the Arizona Canal as you’ve never seen it before! SRP and Scottsdale Arts will be offering self-guided augmented reality (AR) tours during Canal Convergence along the Scottsdale Waterfront that tell the story of the engineering, history and maintenance of the Arizona Canal. Choose from five different AR experiences, which will be available Nov. 5–14 at the Scottsdale Waterfront. To learn more, visit


On-peak hours change November 1

If you are on the SRP Time-of Use, Electric Vehicle, Customer Generation or Residential Demand Pilot price plan, high-priced (on-peak) hours are 5–9 a.m. and 5–9 p.m. Monday through Friday, November through April 2022. If you participate in the EZ-3 plan, there is no seasonal change to on-peak times.


Fall smart thermostat sales at SRP Marketplace

Starting in October, holiday sales will be kicking off at! SRP customers can take advantage of big discounts on smart thermostats, energy-efficient lighting and smart home accessories.

Don’t miss out on any of the sales — visit today!



October is National Fire Prevention Month

SRP and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) urge you to protect yourself, your family and your property in the event of a fire. Prevention and planning are crucial to fire safety. FEMA suggests installing and testing smoke alarms, reviewing and practicing escape routes and adding fire extinguishers in your home.

Go to for more information to help keep you and your family safe.


Winter prices begin in November

Winter prices begin with the November billing cycle. Your November bill will reflect winter pricing schedules, which are effective through the April billing cycle. The price you pay for electricity rises and falls with the seasonal demand for energy. This November’s billing cycle will reflect a 3.9% average overall price (FPPAM) increase approved by the SRP Board in February. For more information, visit



As one of the Valley’s leading suppliers of water, SRP is partnering with the Arizona Nursery Association to encourage you to experience what colorful lowwater-use plants can do for your landscape and your wallet. Visit a participating nursery through Nov. 30, 2021, and present this buy one, get one free coupon valid on 1-gallon lantana, hesperaloe or Texas sage. Offer is available at participating nurseries: A&P, Berridge, Black Mountain, Elgin, SummerWinds, Treeland and Whitfill. Substitutions can be made. One coupon and one free plant per family. Coupon has no cash value.

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Be sure to call Arizona 811 prior to digging on your property. Accidents involving contact with underground electrical power lines can not only damage equipment but may also cause serious injury and even death.

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