Compliance Status Reports | Drinking Water Compliance Assistance

A Compliance Status Report (CSR) is a snapshot of the compliance status for a regulated public water system in Arizona. A CSR includes:

  • System details
  • Monitoring and reporting status
  • Operation and maintenance status
  • If there is an administrative order in effect

Who Can Request a CSR?

Only other government agencies can request CSRs for regulated public water systems. If you are a public water system requesting a CSR on behalf of another government agency, please note that the government agency needs to directly request the CSR.

Government agencies that can request CSRs include:

  • Arizona Corporations Commission (AZCC)
  • Arizona Water Infrastructure Finance Authority (AZWIFA)
  • Arizona Department of Water Resources (AZDWR)
  • Maricopa County*
  • City of Phoenix*
  • Mohave County Development Services
  • City of Kingman
  • Pima County
  • Yavapai County Development Services Department
  • Yuma County

* Maricopa County Environmental Services Department is responsible for delegated systems’ CSRs.

How to Make a Request

When requesting a CSR, please include the public water system name and number. Our goal is to provide requested CSRs within 10 days of the request.

You can make the request using one of the following options:
                By Email | Email > 

                By Mail | Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
                                 Drinking Water Unit
                                 1110 W. Washington Street, MC 5415B-2
                                 Phoenix, AZ 85007
                In Person | 1110 W. Washington Street
                                      Phoenix, AZ 85007

If you are a water system owner, operator, or member of the public, you can view real-time water quality data and compliance history on the Arizona Safe Drinking Water Information System (AZSDWIS) | Visit Database >