Buckeye Water Conservation & Drainage District

Buckeye Water Conservation & Drainage District (BWCDD) is an Irrigation District with the power of drainage. BWCDD owns and operates the Buckeye Canal, which delivers nearly 130,000 AC-FT of irrigation annually to over 16,000 acres. The primary purpose of the BWCDD is to assist agricultural endeavors by supplying irrigation water and power. It is also organized to protect farmland from alkali damage by running drainage wells. Secondary purposes include providing flood irrigation to homes and construction water to contractors. All power and water are sold within the District boundaries that encompass nearly 22,000 acres.

Engineering

On-Call General Engineering Services

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Map of District

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Contacts:

George J. Cairo, P.E.
GEORGE CAIRO ENGINEERING, INC.
1630 South Stapley Drive
Stapley Center, Suite 117
Mesa, Arizona 85204
480.921.4080
480.921.4087 (Fax)
602.690.6661 (Cell)
gcairo@gcairoinc.com

Randy Riley, P.E., Project Engineer
GEORGE CAIRO ENGINEERING, INC.
1630 South Stapley Drive
Stapley Center, Suite 117
Mesa, Arizona 85204
480.921.4080
480.921.4087 (Fax)
rriley@gcairoinc.com

Noel Carter, Superintendent
Buckeye Water Conservation & Drainage District
205 Roosevelt Avenue
P.O. Box 1726
Buckeye, AZ 85326
623.386.2196
ncarter@bwcdd.com









District Website

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