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4 heating tips to save you money

Even though your energy consumption may decrease during the winter months, there are still ways to save even more.

  1. Have your heating system serviced at least once a year to maintain its efficiency.
  2. Replace disposable air filters or clean permanent ones at least once a month.
  3. Set your thermostat between 68 and 70 degrees when you are home and at 65 degrees or lower when you are away
  4. Keep drapes open during the day to let the heat in and close them at night to help retain the heat

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What are your New Year's resolutions?

As one of the Valley’s leading suppliers of water, SRP encourages you to conserve our most precious resource. Here are some tips to get your 2022 started right:

  • Convert grass to xeriscape (low-water-use landscaping).
  • Run the dishwasher and washing machine with full loads only.
  • Install water-saving aerators on all faucets.
  • Find and fix leaks. One drip every second adds up to 5 gallons per day.
  • Designate one glass for drinking water each day or refill a reusable water bottle to reduce the number of glasses that need to be washed.

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Shade Tree webinars coming soon

Spring is right around the corner and is one of the best times of year to plant trees in your yard. What’s even better is free trees! Join us at a Shade Tree webinar and receive up to two free shade trees for your home. Plus, you’ll learn how to best select, plant and care for your new shade trees and get the opportunity to chat with our tree experts. The event is free to attend, but space is limited and fills up fast. Sign up at

Upcoming Shade Tree webinars:

  • Saturday, Jan. 29, 10 a.m
  • Wednesday, Feb. 9, Noon
  • Saturday, Feb. 26, 10 a.m.

SRP would like to thank Trees Matter and Treeland Nurseries for their support of the SRP Shade Tree program. We look forward to the continued success of the program in 2022! To learn about Trees Matter and Treeland Nurseries, visit and


Financial flexibility with SRP

If you’re having trouble paying your bill for any reason, please reach out to us right away. SRP has programs to help, such as the Economy Price Plan monthly discount.

Eligible customers can receive a $23 monthly discount year-round that will be applied as a credit to your account. To learn more about the plan, confirm eligibility and enroll, visit or call (602) 236-8888.

New Federal Homeowner Assistance Fund: Homeowners who have been financially impacted by COVID-19 may be eligible for federal aid through the new Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF). HAF is a foreclosure prevention program that can assist with up to $25,000 per eligible homeowner to help pay for 12 months of mortgage payments, utility payments, internet services, property insurance and taxes (not included in mortgage payments) and HOA fees. You can learn more and apply online at or call the AZ HAF hotline at (833) 931-3600, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.



Trees near power lines

Trees can create safety hazards when they grow too close to power lines. To avoid these hazards, follow these suggestions from experts at SRP. Before planting a new tree, find out its mature height and spread and locate it at least 10 feet away from overhead power lines. Be sure to stay safe and call 811 prior to digging. This call lets local utilities know to mark the location of existing underground lines before you dig.

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Right Tree Right Place: SRP has partnered with municipalities throughout the Valley to replace trees that must be removed for safety reasons. For every tree removed, two to three new trees are then planted at nearby parks, schools and neighborhoods, helping to create more urban tree coverage.


Canal dry-up safety

Through early February, SRP will be draining sections of the canal system to inspect, clean and repair canal infrastructure. For your safety, obey all signage and honor barricades along canal banks. Under no circumstances should you enter the canals.

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