Rose Law Group pc provides counsel in many aspects of Water Law including resource planning, navigating regulatory challenges, and complying with environmental statutes. Water Law has recently received increased attention because of the challenges we all must face with drought, climate issues, water supply and hydropower production.
Our team is well-versed in the Arizona Groundwater Management Act and the matters involving the Central Arizona Project and the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District. In addition, our Water Law attorneys have years of experience, either working at or appearing before the Arizona Corporation Commission, an agency that regulates hundreds of private water companies. Also, our attorneys have good relationships with members of staff at the Arizona Department of Water Resources and working with the agency on water rights and assured water supply matters. Furthermore, Rose Law Group pc has experience working with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality for the permitting and approval of water and sewer projects, and negotiating new policies with various agencies that may affect the interests of our clients.
Water issues, especially in Arizona, will be at the forefront of important issues involving economic development, the ecosystem, and the future of cities and Rose Law Group pc will continue to be at the vanguard of involvement in Water Law.
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Thomas Galvin, Rose Law Group partner and Maricopa County Supervisor, talks to CBS about dire water situation in Rio Verde Foothills
By CBS News After years of warning to find another source of water, Scottsdale, Arizona will officially cut off water to Rio Verde on January 1. The move is the latest amidst the west’s growing water crisis. CBS News correspondent Brook Silva-Braga has more.
[OP-ED] Utility regulators, not the county, hold the solution to Rio Verde Foothills’ water woes, says Maricopa County Supervisor Thomas Galvin in The Arizona Republic
By Thomas Galvin, opinion contributor | Arizona Republic The Rio Verde Foothills water crisis has attracted national attention, and one that I have worked on every day since I was appointed to office in December 2021. The Rio Verde Foothills is unincorporated, which means that residents don’t automatically get water service from a city or town. Many Rio Verde Foothills
Pinal Partnership looks for solutions to water crisis; Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose moderates discussion
By David Church | Pinal Central ELOY — With the recent reductions to the use of water from the Colorado River, leaders across the state have been searching for answers on how to solve the crisis. And nowhere will those solutions be more necessary than in Pinal County. Last Friday’s Pinal Partnership meeting served as a roundtable discussion to both