Top Stories from SRP

June
03,
2019
The SRP Board of Directors today approved changes to further improve the SRP 2035 Sustainability Goals that will now include more aggressive measures to reduce carbon emissions, strengthen the grid to allow more customer choice and improve water
May
29,
2019
We are happy to report the beaver that was spotted in a Salt River Project canal has been safely captured by Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC) and taken to a new, remote habitat. SRP worked with SWCC to rescue the little guy who was
May
22,
2019
Arizona Republic reporter Shondiin Silversmith traveled to the Navajo Nation in May to cover SRP line crews as they worked to provide power to Native American families who had never had electricity before.  Click here for the
May
01,
2019
Salt River Project has been recognized by the Healthy Arizona Worksite Program for achieving the Gold level of excellence in worksite wellness. The Healthy Arizona Worksite Award recognizes employers that are making efforts to positively affect

News Releases

June
03,
2019
The SRP Board of Directors today approved changes to further improve the SRP 2035 Sustainability Goals that will now include more aggressive measures to reduce carbon emissions, strengthen the grid to allow more customer choice and improve water
May
30,
2019
WHAT:  Salt River Project is hosting a free workshop to help business customers prepare for storm season. Business managers are encouraged to sign up to learn how to reduce outage risks and maintain critical operations if the lights go
May
29,
2019
We are happy to report the beaver that was spotted in a Salt River Project canal has been safely captured by Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC) and taken to a new, remote habitat. SRP worked with SWCC to rescue the little guy who was
May
28,
2019
WHAT:  The saying, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” is being revised this week to, “our kitchen waste can make gardens grow.” Wednesday, May 29 is “National Learn About Composting Day.” SRP’s Green Team is encouraging people to do
May
21,
2019
- 228 Native American families now have electricity. - SRP line crews provided power to 42 families. - 120 volunteer line crews from across the U.S. constructed about 42 miles of distribution line. - SRP crews set 249 poles, strung 26 miles of