At Liberty we believe in giving our customers the tools and knowledge they need to practice smart water use. We hold free hands-on classes in our communities on a variety of residential water subjects, from outdoor irrigation to finding and fixing leaks inside your home.
We are proud to sponsor Project WET Water Festivals for 4th grade classes in our service areas. Arizona Water Festivals instill a deeper understanding of water in the earth system and of Arizona’s water resources through a community water festival event, teacher professional development workshop, and extensive volunteer and community involvement. Interested in your 4th grader participating? Tell your school !
Each year for the last seven years, Liberty donates the use of the company’s backhoe, trucks, trailers, and shovels to volunteers from the Gold Canyon Wastewater Reclamation Plant and the west valley business office to pick up trash, targets and shells. Our volunteers move an average of five trailer loads of trash in the six hours we are out in the desert.
“This is a great event. It’s fun and promotes our company values of community, responsibility, and family,” commented Gilbert Grajeda, Liberty Utilities Operations Manager. “We care about our community and our environment.”
We’ve since succeeded in completely cleaning up the Peralta Trail andso have moved our efforts to Hewitt Station in Tonto National Forest.