Irrigation system education
Expert help and support for your irrigation needs
Your private system is an asset, and protecting your system is one goal of our Field Services Liaisons. Liaisons are in the community daily and have extensive knowledge of irrigation. Here are just a few of the services they offer:
- Schedule your water deliveries
- Provide an overview of water delivery systems
- Coordinate dry-ups
- Provide additional education for customers who need a better understanding of how the water delivery system works
- Help identify irrigation system issues
- Provide recommendations for system improvements and repairs
Scheduling an appointment
Whether you are new to irrigation or are looking for more in-depth information, call us at (602) 236-3333 to schedule an appointment with your Field Services Liaison.
Meeting with your Field Services Liaison is encouraged for anyone who is interested in ensuring the entire neighborhood's irrigation delivery is completed correctly and in helping to resolve disputes over common, private irrigation controls.
What to expect when meeting with your Field Services Liaison
Appointments with your Field Services Liaison typically last about one hour and are available for both new and experienced customers. Spanish-language is also available. Topics you can learn about include:
- operating a yard valve
- ordering water
- following the neighborhood schedule
- handling irrigation emergencies
- in-depth information about your irrigation system, including operation of private ditches, pipes and gates
More irrigation help
Quarterly newsletters - timely reminders and tips to keep you informed.
SRP irrigation help and tips
When you have a leaky faucet, you call a plumber — or, if you have the skills, you fix it yourself. Easy enough, right? What if you have a leaky irrigation pipe? Or what if your neighbor has a leak that’s limiting your access to irrigation? That’s where SRP can help. SRP has a team of field liaisons with decades of experience helping neighborhoods and landowners get the most out of their water deliveries. Field liaisons also schedule the water deliveries, ensuring zanjeros can move the water around the Valley safely and responsibly while minimizing waste.
A look at the history and origins of SRP flood irrigation in Phoenix
If you’re new to Phoenix, you might have driven by a yard full of water and wondered why so many homes have flooded yards. You may even have heard your co-workers talk about “taking water at 2 a.m.” and thought they were chatting about a midnight snack situation.