A History of Service

The new and traditional come together in the SRP Heritage Center with informational panels, artifacts, photos, interactive displays and virtual reality stations.

Stroll through at your own pace or start at the virtual reality station where you can rappel from a helicopter onto a 500-kilovolt line or visit Roosevelt Dam.

In addition to SRP's history, a rotating gallery space features new exhibits every six months focused on Arizona and the Southwest. Currently on exhibit through January 2019 is "Looking through the Lens: Photographers of the Tonto Basin."

Artwork celebrating Arizona's history is on display in the Canyon Gallery leading to the Heritage Center. This includes sculpture, ceramics and photography by Arizona artists. You can view this art and learn more about it by downloading the book "Life in the Desert: SRP Canyon Gallery" Document is a PDF.

Visiting

The SRP Heritage Center is temporarily closed to the public in an effort to lessen potential community spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Additional information will be available in the future.

The safety, health and wellbeing of our customers, employees and the greater community is very important to us. We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing surrounding COVID-19, and we’re here to help. For the most up-to-date information about actions SRP is taking toward COVID-19 please see this communication.

Preserving history for the future

Designated as an Arizona local legacy by the the Library of Congress, we collaborate with the Arizona Humanities Council and Central Arizona Museum Association to preserve and share Arizona's history.