Town of Kearny

Town of Kearny


Kearny, Arizona, is situated in Pinal County, within the scenic Gila River Valley. Established in the 1950s to support the nearby Ray Mine, Kearny is steeped in mining history and characterized by its close-knit community and small-town charm. The town is surrounded by stunning desert landscapes, offering residents and visitors alike opportunities for outdoor recreation and a tranquil lifestyle. Despite its small size, Kearny boasts a rich local heritage and a welcoming atmosphere.

Keanry projects

Lake revitalization

Taught by Taylor Weiss, students develop strategies and propose a revitalization plan to improve the environmental health of Kearny Lake.

ADEQ Water Quality Division

The Water Quality Division (WQD) plays a vital role in safeguarding public health and the environment by ensuring the delivery of safe drinking water through public water systems and by managing both existing and potential sources of surface and groundwater contamination.

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Town of Clarkdale

The Town of Clarkdale, Arizona is located on the banks of the Verde River in the north central part of Arizona. It is a thriving community and is the gateway to the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Area in the beautiful Verde Valley.

City of Phoenix Water Services Department

As the fifth largest city in the United States and one of the most populous desert cities in the world, Phoenix thrives because of water resource planning and conservation. With a history stretching from the ancient canals built by Indigenous peoples, to the modern engineering marvel of the Drought Pipeline, history has shown that people on this land will flourish when they are mindful of their water use.

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