Public Service (APS) provides electric
power to most of the City of Show Low and areas immediately to the
north. The primary power source is the APS owned coal-fueled 995 MW Cholla
Power Plant located 50 miles north of Show Low in Joseph City.
Navopache Electric Cooperative provides electric power to
portions of the City of Show Low and to the areas immediately to the
south, west and east. Navopache purchases its power from PNM Resources
of Albuquerque, NM. PNM Resources has a current generating capacity of
2,650 MW and uses a balanced mix of fuel sources including coal, natural
gas, nuclear and renewables.
Unisource Energy Services provides natural gas Service to Show Low
and southern Navajo County via an 8" pipeline originating near Holbrook, AZ.
The City of Show Low water system can produce up to 7
MGD (based on 24 hour per day production). Average daily consumption is 4.2
MGD in the summer and 1.8 MGD in the winter. The city has 17 water sources,
so unlike many Arizona communities, Show Low has an abundant water supply.
The City of Show Low is planning a new wastewater treatment plant set for
construction in 2014. The City will then have the capacity to treat 2.54
MGD (currently treating 0.980 MGD).
Show Low has a state-of-the-art telecommunications infrastructure through two
Frontier Communications and
Cable One. Capabilities include a fiber
optic network, T-1, T-3, OC-3, OC-48 (to carry T-1, T-3 and OC-3), Metro
Ethernet and digital switching.