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Arizona Corporation Commission to Hold Public Comment Meeting 
Opportunity to comment on Tonto Village Water Company’s application for a rate increase


PHOENIX — The Arizona Corporation Commission will host a public comment meeting in Payson, Arizona starting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 18, 2018. The meeting will focus on the Tonto Village Water Company, Inc. application for a rate increase. The company is requesting a 5.38 percent rate increase to cover costs associated with the replacement of the company’s water lines and meters.  

The Tonto Village Water Company is a for-profit Arizona C Corporation and a Class E public service corporation serving potable water to approximately 181 customers in Gila County.

WHAT:            Public Comment Meeting
WHEN:           Tuesday, September 18, 2018, from 5 – 7 p.m.
WHERE:         Payson Public Library, 328 N. McLane Road, Payson, AZ 85541
                                1. Commissioner Introductions
                                2. Public Comment on Tonto Village Water Company’s Applications for a Rate Increase and Financing
                                3. Closing Remarks

The Corporation Commission will hold a public hearing on the company’s request for a rate increase on September 26, 2018, at 10 a.m. at the Payson Library, 328 N McLane Road, Payson, Arizona. Public comments, in addition to those made September 18, will be heard on the first day of the September 26 hearing. 

If you are not able to attend in person, written public comments may be submitted by mailing a letter referencing docket numbers W-01580A-17-0334 and W-01580A-18-0039 to the Arizona Corporation Commission’s Consumer Services Section at 1200 W. Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85007. 

All documents related to this matter may be found in the Arizona Corporation Commission’s online docket at and under docket numbers W-01580A-17-0334 and W-01580A-18-0039.



The Arizona Corporation Commission was established by the state’s constitution to regulate public utilities and business incorporation. The five Commissioners elected to the Corporation Commission oversee executive, legislative, and judicial proceedings on behalf of Arizonans when it comes to their water, electricity, telephone, and natural gas resources as well as the regulation of securities, pipeline, and railroad safety. To learn more about the Arizona Corporation Commission and its Commissioners, visit .