About Green Valley Water
The W’s of Green Valley Water
Green Valley Water provides wastewater reclamation, treatment, and reuse to the Town of Payson and surrounding areas. Without the use of chemicals, the multi-step process renews every drop. GVW Class A+ Water replenishes the lush green parks, ball fields, and golf courses throughout the community. Green Valley Park is the epicenter of the town and provides families with a clean, safe recreational area accessible for everyone to enjoy.
Who is Green Valley Water?
We’re still treating the water, and since 1965, that hasn’t changed. The Northern Gila County Sanitary District, now Green Valley Water (GVW), continues to serve our customers with innovative practices to reclaim, reuse, and conserve the community’s water. While the name and brand have been refreshed the commitment of quality service remains the same.
What’s in the Water?
It’s more about what’s not in the water. GVW performs a multi-step, in-depth treatment process to clarify and store the community’s valuable resource in the lakes at Green Valley Park for redistribution and groundwater recharge.
Where is the Water?
The water isn’t green, but the grass is, and you can see it every day. This valuable resource is used in harmony with nature, providing recreation and enjoyable green spaces throughout the community. GVW redistributes Class A+ water to multiple reuse sites.
View of Green Valley Water Facility with Payson Golf Club and the Town of Payson in the distance.