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Utilities Division

Who Regulates Salt River Project (SRP)

Does the Commission regulate SRP?

Why doesn't the Commission regulate SRP?

What do I do if I have a problem with SRP?

Does the Commission regulate SRP?
No. The Salt River Project (SRP) is not under the jurisdiction of the Corporation Commission for rates, rules and regulations. We do, however, have jurisdiction if the SRP issues bonds for financing, applies to build a power plant generating more than 100 megawatts or if they are proposing to construct power lines of 115 kilovolts or greater.
Why doesn't the Commission regulate SRP?
The SRP began as an irrigation service. Under the Federal Reclamation Act of 1902, the Salt River Project became a political subdivision of the state of Arizona and is designated as a quasi-municipality. The Commission does not have regulatory authority over municipalities or municipal utilities.
To learn more about the SRP's management or governing structure, click here.
What do I do if I have a problem with SRP?
Call the SRP customer service line at 602-236-8888. If the customer service representative cannot answer your question or provide a solution to your problem, you can then contact the SRP Ombudsman's Office at 602-236-2196.
Access the SRP website at www.srpnet.com.

 

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