Water Conservation Plans

The Water Conservation Act requires each water conservancy district and public water system with over 500 connections to submit a water conservation plan to the Division of Water Resources and update it every five years. The Division reviews these plans and works with suppliers to improve conservation. Non-compliant water systems are ineligible for state loans or funding. These plans contain existing and proposed water conservation measures that outline how the entity and the end culinary water user will conserve water and limit or reduce its per capita consumption so that adequate water supplies are available for future needs. The Division will continue to look for ways to support water suppliers in this effort.

Water Conservation Plans
Due 2022

WATER SYSTEMS

Beaver City Water System

Midway City Water System

Bountiful City Water System

Milford City Water System

Cedar Hills Town Water System

Morgan City Water System

Clinton City Water System

North Salt Lake

Duchesne County Water Conservancy District

Oakley Town Water System

East Carbon City

Orem City Water System

Elk Ridge Town

Providence City Water System

Emery Water Conservancy District

Richfield City

Grantsville City

River Heights City

Heber City Water System

San Juan County WCD

Helper Municipal Water System

Sanpete County Water Conservancy District

Highland City

South Ogden City

Hooper Water Improvement District

South Weber Water System

Hyrum City

Springville City

Jensen Water Improvement DistrictJensen Water Improvement District

Stansbury Park Improvement District

Jordanelle S.S.D.

Twin Creeks S.S.D.

Kane County WCD

West Bountiful Water System

Kearns Improvement District

White City WID

Layton Water System

For questions or to verify water conservation plan compliance status, please contact us at 801-538-7230, or email waterwise@utah.gov