District Information

Service Area Map

Metro Main Service Area – 17,667 active customers or connections. The Metro Main service area covers approximately 26 square miles in the northwest metropolitan Tucson area between Lambert Lane to the north and River Road to the south, with Thornydale Road on the west and First Avenue and Oracle Road to the east. Metro Main’s storage facilities include the Herb Johnson Reservoir (5 million gallons), the James M. Tripp Reservoir (5 million gallons) and the Magee/La Cholla Reservoir (1 million gallons).

The District has taken great strides to connect the various small service areas that comprised the District’s original system to make one comprehensive, reliable water system.

Metro Hub Service Area – 1,652 active customers or connections. This service area in the northeast Tucson area was acquired in 1999 from the Hub Water Company. There are 5 wells with two tanks providing a combined 436,000 gallons of storage.

Metro Southwest Service Area – 1,881 active customers or connections. This service area is comprised of three separate service areas in the southwest Tucson area, which were acquired in 2009 from Thim Water Utilities. The Diablo Village Service Area, formerly served by the Diablo Water Company, is located on Ajo Highway near Ryan Airfield. E&T Service Area, formerly served by the E&T Water Company, is located near Nogales Highway and Nogales Old Vail Connection Road. Lazy B Service Area is located off of San Joaquin Road north of Bopp Road. The Diablo Village service area is a new development area with growth potential while the E&T and Lazy B service areas are mostly built-out and substantial growth in not anticipated.

Metro West Service Area – 1,850 new customers or connections are anticipated in the future. This service area is west of the Marana Airport and was annexed into the District in 2005. The developer of Arboles Viejos subdivision requested to receive service from the District rather than other providers in the area. There are no customers presently served in Metro West and development is not anticipated to begin for 5-10 years.