SRP educational grants deadline set for Feb. 28

The deadline, set for Feb. 28, is fast approaching for Arizona teachers to apply for grants from Salt River Project. SRP is offering grants for [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale OKs Pima Road Bridge widening project across Arizona Canal

Scottsdale City Council has approved a contract for construction services worth more than $2 million for Pima Road Bridge widening over the [...] Continue Reading →

Better Business Bureau, SRP partner on scholarships for JROTC students

The Better Business Bureau has joined forces with Salt River Project to launch the BBB Ethical Cadet Scholarship, which honors Junior Reserve [...] Continue Reading →

SRP voters oust 2 incumbents, fill 46 seats in election

Two incumbents were defeated in Salt River Project elections, unofficial results showed. William W. “Bill” Arnett lost his at-large [...] Continue Reading →

What happens in a rural Arizona rate case will impact entire state

One of us is a former lawmaker, the other a former lawman. Both of us are very concerned about what lies ahead for all Arizona in terms of the [...] Continue Reading →

SRP Board OKs $27 million price decrease during summer peak

SRP’s Board of Directors has approved an overall average 3.7 percent decrease in electricity prices for the two hottest months of this year. The [...] Continue Reading →

SRP to plant 5,800 trees to celebrate Cardinals record, restore forests

Congratulations to the Arizona Cardinals on clinching the NFC West division with a spectacular regular season. Along the way, the Cardinals [...] Continue Reading →