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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As Rio Verde residents deal with end-of-the-year water shutoff, Maricopa County officials, including Supervisor Thomas Galvin, offer alternatives
By Stephanie Olmo | FOX 10 SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Rio Verde residents remain concerned over water, after officials with the City of Scottsdale announced they were going to stop supplying water there at the end of the year. Residents in the Rio Verde Foothills area received a notice in late 2021 from the City of Scottsdale, which states that Scottsdale Water will
By Madelaine Braggs | Rose Law Group Reporter Water utility companies are feeling the pressure to expand services, as the housing market booms outside of Maricopa County and nearby rural areas. Pinal County Supervisor Jeff Serdy moderated a panel this month with SRP, EPCOR and Arizona Water to hear how water resources are being planned for future development. Serdy posed
By Madelaine Braggs | Rose Law Group Reporter With a massive influx of new out of state residents filling Phoenix metro vacancies, Arizona desperately needs housing development to grow in Pinal County, but with no groundwater. It seems like an impossible task… however, Pinal Partnership is proving that the solutions are here, legislation just needs to get on the