How do I sign up for irrigation?
Please email email@example.com to find out if your property is able to receive irrigation. If it is, there are two separate fees. One is a yearly fee paid to SRP for the water. The second fee is paid quarterly to Windsor Square Irrigation Water Delivery District #27 for our hired irrigator to deliver your water. Self-irrigation is also an option. Contact SRP at (602) 236-3333 for more information on self-irrigation.
Who maintains the irrigation pipes, ditches, valve and gates?
Windsor Square Irrigation Water Delivery District #27 is responsible for all maintenance and repairs to the infrastructure. However, if a homeowner or their contractor damages the infrastructure, they are responsible for the cost of repairs.
Do I have to use the services of the irrigation contractor to deliver my water?
No. Please call SRP at (602) 236-3333 if you wish to self-irrigate.
When is my next scheduled irrigation?
The SRP website provides the day and a window of time. Click the “Subdivision” button and enter your address.
What if there is a problem with the infrastructure on my property or I have an issue with the irrigation delivery service?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org describing the problem. Please note that the commercial irrigators are not authorized to start water delivery to your property and they do not perform maintenance. For the fastest and most efficient response to a problem, email the secretary at the address shown above.
Is there a penalty for taking water if I have not paid SRP for water or the district for the services of the irrigation contractor?
Yes. Water theft, flooding and the resulting property damage may be punishable as a criminal violation or could result in a civil lawsuit.
When and where do the Trustees meet?
The trustees meet quarterly or more frequently, depending on District business. Meetings are announced via the Windsor Square Newsblast, on the WS Phoenix Neighbors Facebook group. and by email to current water delivery customers who have provided their email addresses. Time and location vary. Meetings are open to the public and conform to Arizona’s Open Meeting Law.