Surprise water demand could double by 2035

(COURTESY SURPRISE TV) Water Resource Management Department assistant director Michael Boule tells the Surprise City Council Feb. 16 that the city is planning for double the water needs in 15 years.

By Jason Stone | YourValley

Estimates from various studies show Surprise’s population by 2035 is likely to creep up on 300,000 residents — more than double its current population.

That means the water demand is expected to more than double in the Surprise service area by then.

City leaders are doing what they can now to plan for the high-demand days ahead.

The city is in the midst of updating its Water Resource Master Plan, which it does every five years to look into the future of water demands and how to serve them.

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