The next time you turn on the faucet or take a shower, take time to realize that you live in a desert where the average rainfall in the Phoenix valley is less than 9 inches/year but the average person uses 150 gallons of water PER day. So how do we satisfy our “thirst” for water that exceeds our natural supply in the valley? Continue reading “Water in the Desert – Phoenix water supply”
Lakefront property nestled in the Ahwatukee Foothills of Phoenix
Bordered by south mountain park to the north, Ahwatukee was annexed by the city of Phoenix between 1978 and 1987. However, this unique community prides itself on it’s own identity even though it may have a Phoenix address. The 35 sq. mile Ahwatukee Foothills community has even had it’s own newspaper, the Ahwatukee News for over 30 years. Once you drive through, you’ll realize that it is unique and different from any other Phoenix suburb.