Lake Havasu City
 Doyle Wilson, Member
(Vice-Chairman - MCWA)
2330 McCulloch Boulevard
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
(928) 855-2618

Bullhead City
Bullhead City Coundil Member Mark Clark, Member
2355 Trane Road
Bullhead City,  AZ  86442
(928) 763-9400

City of Kingman
Mayor Monica Gates, Member
(Secretary-Treasurer – MCWA)
310 N. 4th Street Kingman,  AZ  86401

(928) 753-8101

Mohave Valley Irrigation & Drainage District
Chip Sherrill , Member
1460 Commercial Street
Mohave Valley,  AZ  86446
(928) 768-3325

Mohave County
Mohave County Supervisor Lois Wakimoto, Member
(Chairman - MCWA)
4168 Hwy 95, Suite 102
Fort Mohave,  AZ  86442
(928) 758-0739

Mohave Water Conservation District
Tom Sockwell, Member
4266 San Felipe Road
Bullhead City,  AZ  86429
(928) 754-4386


Contact Us
2031 Highway 95, Suite 1
 Bullhead City, AZ 86442
Phone: (928) 763-6969

Golden Shores Water Conservation District
 Bill Trotter, Member
P.O. Box 1280
Topock,  AZ  86436
(928) 768-4740

Jamie Kelley - General Counsel
Law Office of Jamie Kelley PLLC
2031 Highway 95., Suite 1
Bullhead City,  AZ  86442
Phone: (928) 763-6969

"As you drink the water, remember the spring"

- Chinese proverb-
The catalyst which brought the Mohave County Water Authority (“MCWA”) together was the Department of the Interior’s notice to the City of Kingman that their 18,500 acre feet of 4th priority main stream water contract was going to expire due to lack of beneficial use.  In order to keep this water within Mohave County, the entities worked together in creating legislation (A.R.S. § 45-2201) to take the assignment of the Kingman Colorado River contract in exchange for providing funds to Kingman to develop its groundwater resources.  The MCWA was officially formed in 1995.   The MCWA is comprised of representatives of the governing boards of Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City, City of Kingman, Mohave Valley Irrigation & Drainage District, Golden Shores Water Conservation District, Mohave Water Conservation District, all of which had a 4th, 5th or 6th priority mainstream Colorado River contract with the Department of the Interior for municipal and industrial use.  Mohave County was added as a member during the legislative lobbying process though it does not have a Colorado River contract.   As the Colorado River is Mohave County river communities’ only source of water at this time (there is no ground water backup), MCWA continues to work on and explore permanent and shortage supply issues.
Key Accomplishments
Current Events

2017 Adopted Budget 

Future Meetings -

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 11:30 am – Bullhead City

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Arizona Dept.
of Water Resources

Arizona Muni.
Water Users Assn.
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December 11 2018

 MCWA CRIT Meeting