The region is supported by multiple high quality electric providers that are committed to the development of the communities encompassed by the region. In addition to these electric providers, the central Arizona region also benefits from two power generating plants within its borders. These plants add additional power to the Arizona grid, ensuring that there is sufficient capacity for both industrial and residential needs.
Sites within the City of Casa Grande are serviced by Arizona Public Service (APS) or Electrical District No. 2 (ED2).
Sites within the City of Eloy are serviced by APS or Electrical District No. 4 (ED4).
Arizona Public Service
Salt River Project
Electrical District No. 2
Electrical District No. 4
San Carlos Irrigation & Drainage District
Located in a desert environment, the management of water is of the utmost importance to our region. Western Pinal County has a 100-year proven water supply from subsurface wells, which is a state requirement before new industry can locate to the area. With a proven water supply of superior quality, the central Arizona region has no problem meeting industry’s water needs.
The City of Casa Grande is served by Arizona Water Company, a privately-owned water company, while the City of Eloy has its own municipal water service.
Arizona Water Company
City of Eloy Municipal Water Service
The central Arizona region has the capacity, through a large private network, to support the natural gas needs of businesses and residents alike. For over 64 years, Southwest Gas has built a solid foundation to support the needs of its customers, now and in the future.
Southwest Gas Corporation
Century Link, formerly Qwest, is the largest local provider for voice and high speed internet with the ability to support both large and small business operations as well as residential needs. The region’s telecommunication needs are also serviced by Cox Communications and Orbitel Communications.