The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality have two investigators taking samples from the water closest to the Mexico-U.S. border. The department plans to examine the pH and metal levels of about two or three liters of sampled water. It could be days before the department determines whether waste made it to Arizona or not. Water flowed over the top of a dam in Mexico near a copper mine on Sunday because of heavy rain, but there’s little concern of massive contamination, per the Cochise County Emergency Services. This possible contamination does not affect the wells in Southland or Eastslope water due to these water companies receive their water from a different water aquifer. Let us know if you have any questions regarding this.
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If you are subject to having your water shut off due to Non-Payment
Please be advised you are in violation of ACC regulation # R14-2-409.C - All bills for utility services are due and payable when rendered. Any payment not received within 15 days from the date the bill was rendered shall be considered delinquent.
All payments must be in the Tucson Office on or before 4:00 pm, the day prior to the scheduled disconnection.
All payment arrangements must be made with the Tucson office on or before 4:00 pm, the day prior to the scheduled disconnection.
In the event the service is terminated , A reconnection fee must be paid in addition to the total balance due; and in the event you do not a have a security deposit on record for utility service, a deposit may be required to be paid before utility service will be re-instated.
TECHNICIANS DO NOT ACCEPT PAYMENT IN THE FIELD. WATER SERVICE WILL BE RESTORED ONLY AFTER PAYMENT IS RECEIVED IN THE TUCSON OFFICE. WATER SERVICES WILL BE RESTORED THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY(EXCLUDING WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS).