About Diamond Valley Water District
The most important responsibility and fiduciary duty of the Diamond Valley Water District is to provide safe drinking water to the Diamond Valley Community.
- The District’s inception was accomplished by the persistent and compelling efforts of the Diamond Valley Community Association’s (DVCA) completion of the petition process required by the Yavapai County to form the District.
- The Diamond Valley Water District (DVWD) is a Domestic Water Improvement District established by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors on December 20, 2006 as a Special District pursuant to A.R.S. 48, Chapter 6 and A.R.S. 48-1012.
- The District provides water to approximately 700 properties, which include single-family residences and a few commercial and multi-family residences within the DWVD service area, which covers approximately a 3/4 square mile area between Prescott and Prescott Valley, along Highway 69, in Yavapai County.
- The District purchases 2.5 to 3 million gallons of water each month from the Town of Prescott Valley, a municipal water district (PVWD), which is the District’s sole water source.
- The District water infrastructure consists of above ground storage tanks, booster pumps, pressure tanks, and an underground distribution system with approximately 72,000 feet of water mains.
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