Click on the image at the right to connect to the National Weather Service
for weather conditions for the general Rim Trail area.
There will be a Board meeting on June 27 for final
review and adoption of the proposed budget and possible rate adjustments along with other normal District business
To view/print the PDF file of the proposed budget as
published in The Payson Roundup, click here. Visit the Agendas & Notices page for full Agenda
Introducing our new Board
During the May 2, 2015 Board meeting, Bruce Johnson was appointed
to fill the position vacated by Gary Richardson.
Leaving a career in Test Engineering that spanned forty years,
Bruce most recently worked at Honeywell, where he tested avionics products in the Electromagnetic Compatibility
Laboratory. His other work experiences included testing live ordnance, rockets, electronic components, and managing
Environmental Test Labs (one might say he's a rocket scientist!). Since moving to Rim Trail he has
become interested in the history of the homestead and its ditch, and the operation of the domestic water
Bruce, a native of Prescott, Arizona, and Cindy, from Cleveland,
Ohio, now reside in Rim Trail year round and find it a great place to live. The cool temperatures and clean air
lured them into moving from Peoria, Arizona, where their family of six children was raised. Twelve grandchildren
are now included, with a thirteenth on the way.
Pipeline to restart
After years of talk, the town of Payson finally secured a loan to
finish the C.C. Cragin Pipeline that will take water from the Washington Park spillway to a water treatment
facility next to Mesa del Caballo. The pipeline construction is expected to begin this summer and go
through the intersection of Box Elder Lane and Belluzzi Blvd all the way to the intersection of FSR 32 and
Control Road. It is our hope that it will not severely limit travel in Rim Trail during the summer
months. Once we are informed of the construction timeline it will be posted on our web site,
rimtrailwater.org, along with regular updates on the construction progress. The town of Payson is also
committed to keeping one lane of traffic open at all times. Thank you in advance for your patience during
the pipeline construction.
Don M. Ascoli, District Manager
Click Here to read the full Payson
Current Rate and Fee Schedule
7-1-2012Official Postings of
Board Meeting Minutes and Agendas can be found on
the bulletin board at the corner of Beluzzi Blvd and Bridge Road. (Right beside the
Click Here to read the
official Posting Location Notice provided to Gila County.
Additionally this site is a repository of Agendas and Notices
they can be found at: Agendas and Notices. These go back to March 2011.
A repository of Minutes can also be found on this site
at: Minutes. These also go back
to March 2011.