The Arcadia neighborhood embraces two cities – Phoenix and Scottsdale. It sits under the view of Camelback Mountain, and has some of the earliest SRP canals, and waterworks, including the Arizona Canal, the Burgess lateral, and Arizona Falls, the first power plant to serve Scottsdale.
It is also home to SRP Board Director Keith Woods, who serves the Arcadia area as part of SRP’s District 7. The Arcadia News published a column “Meet Mr. Keith Woods” in the latest issue (January 2022).
Author Ray Artigue wrote “Woods first came to Arizona to attend The Orme School in Prescott and then attended Arizona State University. After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology, he spent 20 years working in radio management and marketing.
Today he owns and operates KB Woods Public Relations, a video production, media relations and social media firm he founded in 2010. When he isn’t serving clients, he teaches at St. Theresa’s School, coaches Arcadia Little League, and once served as a scoutmaster.
Woods’ interest in land and water preservation is unmistakable and has led to his years of service on the Salt River Project Board of Directors, where he has chaired nearly every one of their committees. He also has served on the Papago Park Center Board and numerous other energy and water resource associations.”
…Read the entire column (click here)