Beginning January 2, 2024 the Potable Water Stand will have locks placed on both water dispensing spigots. In order to receive the combination, you must come into City Hall and prepay for your potable water.
Bonus: public splash pad kids can play at next door!
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Beginning January 2, 2024 the Potable
Water Stand will have locks placed on both water dispensing spigots. In order to recieve the combination, you must come into City Hall and prepay for your potable water.
2nd time in a year. Thank you Holbrook. Best to park on the correct side of the street tilting camper away from input to get best fillReport Check-In
With 5th wheel in tow, we approached heading south on Navajo Blvd and headed west on Delaware. The spigot is on the left side of the road, but there was no traffic so we stopped on the wrong side to fill easily. Be aware when circling back to Navajo Blvd as some N/S streets have gigantic dips not suitable for RVs.Report Check-In
Not the best tasting water, but definitely free cold potable water. BYOH, bring your own hose.Report Check-In
still leaks. hard to shut off. need to really crank down on the handle. maybe that is why it leaks....great pressure clean water. thanks city hall!Report Check-In
Still here, still free, hydrant still leaks. Thank you Holbrook for keeping this open.
Warning if driving around town with RV, many street intersections have extreme dips for drainage. Have to be careful or risk dragging.Report Check-In
Easy to spot immediately to your right once you pull in the drive.
Parked out 25’ skoolie here and had no issues!
Nice and easy!Report Check-In
This is a very popular spot and locals come here to fill up their BIG water tanks. There is a regular spigot and then a high pressure one and if they are using the high pressure one at full blast, the spigot is dry. I only had 20 gallons to fill and two people with a 375 and 1,025 tanks came to fill which allowed me just a dribble, but it’s free water. :)
Thank you City Hall!
water still here and still free. unfortunately the hydrant sprays water out the top when turned on, but it works. hope they don't remove it from service! (try not to yank it open so hard)Report Check-In
Oh yea! Thank you Holbrook. Spigot right on the street for all your water needs..you need a hose.Report Check-In
Stopped by for water and everything was just like others had said. There is also a splash pad water park open to the public for free that our kids loved playing at!Report Check-In
Really easy fill up. Check the pictures before you go so you know what to look for.Report Check-In
On the side of city hall. Threaded spigot. City Hall workers waved as we filled our tanks. Just make sure you do not exit across Arizona street, it's a raised road and your rig will bottom out.Report Check-In
Free and easy to use as it's close to the road! There were multiple people in line to use it too.Report Check-In
Open year round, frost free hydrant. It's city drinking water. Area locals use it who haul water to their houses. Filled my RV (50 gallon).Report Check-In
Water right in front at the street per the pics on other posts. Even met the lady across the street. She was asking about our Sprinter because she wants one. Anyway, she said anyone can and does fill up with water at this spot. Great spot.Report Check-In
We arrived here on the 11th and filled our thirty gallon tank in our camper van. They did not seem to mind. Good clean water.Report Check-In
If facing city hall the water fill is to the right of city hall by the sidewalk. We asked an employee if it was kosher and she said yes and it is good to drink, if filling more than 100 gallons they charge $1 🤷♀️ really nice fill up area. Warmers are on the pipes to keep from freezing.Report Check-In
Super easy water fill up. Water was on even though City Hall was closed.Report Check-In
Stopped in at OK campground to see if we could get water. She said no and said we needed to go to “the city”. We never figured out what that meant, but stopped at city hall where they had potable water. We asked an employee and he said it was fine to fill up.Report Check-In