Enrolling and developing a member land subdivision in the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District (CAGRD) can be a complex process involving multiple phases, agencies, and fees.  Generally, a developer will engage with CAGRD to enroll their planned development, and then the homebuilder will take on the responsibility of the next phase of interactions (though the developer and homebuilder may be one and the same).  Once the new member land homes have been built and sold, the homeowner will take over the responsibility of paying annual assessments and membership dues to CAGRD.  CAGRD produced a video to help shed light on this process and to provide clarity to developers and homebuilders on when CAGRD documentation and fees are required.


The infographic displayed in the video can also be found here.