The District recently experienced damage to a water line and apologizes for any inconvenience the disruption caused. Repairs were conducted as safely and expeditiously as possible in order to reestablish normal service. In compliance with state law, water samples were provided to the Mohave Environmental Lab for testing. BACTERIOLOGICAL AND ASBESTOS ANALYSES WERE WELL WITHIN THE LIMITS ESTABLISHED BY THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY.
Commensurate with our mission statement, the Ehrenberg Improvement District Water Department is committed to providing the community with clean, safe, potable water that meets or exceeds all state requirements.
Please feel free to explore our website and view our Consumer Confidence Reports. We are currently working on the 2021 CCR and look forward to making it available to the public as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patronage and Happy New Year from everyone at the Ehrenberg Improvement District!
To report an emergency issue during business hours or after-hours for non-emergency issues, please leave a message at (928) 923-9388.
Monday: 8 AM-12 Noon
Tuesday: 8 AM-12 Noon
Wednesday: 8 AM-12 Noon
Thursday: 8 AM-12 Noon
Friday: 8 AM-12 Noon
To report a water emergency after hours please call (928) 419-2173.
We are a water company that provides drinking water to the Ehrenberg community that meets or exceeds all State and Federal Standards.
We pump water from the Colorado River. Then we filter the water, inject chlorine gas and then distribute it to the community.
None of the water mains or service connections in our system contain lead. We test our water for lead and copper in accordance with EPA and State ADEQ requirements. None of our testing has ever shown significant amounts of lead or copper. We have never exceeded EPA standards for lead or copper. If you want your water tested, we can help you to do it.
Every year, by law, we produce a document called a Consumer Confidence Report. This report compiles the results of all of the water testing performed during the past three years.
Past Consumer Confidence Reports may be viewed by clicking on the "Consumer Confidence Rep't" button on the top of the main page or the button below and then clicking on the year you want to see.
The levels of the river are important to everyone who uses the river. Click on the "River Levels" tab on the top of this page to access reports on how much water is flowing down the river in our vicinity.
Historically, river levels are at their lowest on Fridays. This is due to the fact that the river only flows by Ehrenberg so it can get to the canals in Yuma and then to California farmers. Weekend demands for water at those farms is lower during the weekend and then ramps up during the week.
The most accurate measurements for the current river level is the data on the "I-10 Bridge" location. Data at the "Colorado River Below Palo Verde Diversion Dam" on the USBR website shows what the levels will be in Ehrenberg in approximately six hours. The Palo Verde Diversion Dam is about 12 miles upstream from Ehrenberg. It takes the water about six hours to travel from there to Ehrenberg.
Explore the mountain of information about water in the West on the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) and United States Geological Survey (USGS) websites.
The EIA Community Center Building is available for rent for $50.00 per 24 hours.
Contact us at (928) 923-9388 or E-mail us using the button below to reserve your date for your party or event.
Feel free to visit during normal business hours. We are located on the SW corner of Ehrenberg-Parker Hwy. and Comber Blvd., just across the street from the Fire Station in the blue and white building.
49100 Ehrenberg Hwy., Ehrenberg, AZ 85334
08:00 am – 12:00 pm