Bonita Creek Water Company Established 1991

The Bonita Creek Water Company was established in 1991 after the Dude fire.  The natural spring that forms Bonita Creek comes from the Mogollon Rim escarpment and flows two miles down the canyon into the community.  Here it is pumped and purified before delivery to water customers. 

May, 2021 Water System Visit

As president of the Bonita Creek Water Company I felt it necessary for me to understand the inner workings of the system and to be shown how our water is pumped, filtered and ultimately delivered to our homes.   I personally would like to thank Mr. Ken Naggy for all his hard work over the past years, as well as those operators previous to him.  I don't believe they get nearly the recognition they deserve for handling such an integral part of what makes our community, Bonita Creek. I was very impressed with his knowledge and what he has had to overcome to see our system work properly.  Without these operators, our homes not only wouldn't have water but they would be virtually unsellable and unbuildable.  Please take a moment and reach out to Ken and say thank you for all his hard work.  Thank you Ken for a job well done!    knagy1955@gmail.com


Additional Water Testing

 Testing Company

DHC Environmental Consulting
1861 W. Half Moon Circle
Queen Creek, AZ 85142

For questions please contact Doug at  

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About DHC

DHC Environmental Consulting is a level G4 water operator.  They were brought into Bonita Creek in May of 2021 to help fill the need of additional personnel for testing and meter readings due to ADEQ requirements.  DHC  is a small family owned business specializing in lake management and drinking water compliance. The owner, Doug Crowl is a specialist in drinking water management with over 20 years experience throughout most of Arizona. The water systems they operate are as small as seasonal RV parks and as large as schools, power plants, and a hospital.  We look forward to them becoming a part of Bonita Creek and the Bonita Creek Water Company in assisting us with good clean drinking water. 

ADEQ Operators

Water Operator Levels
Per ADEQ a water utility must have
a minimum of an L2 operator  

L1  Apprentice
L2 Minimum Requirement
(Ken Nagy)

Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4 Highest Level


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