Utah’s water providers and suppliers are diligent in continually improving efficiency efforts to conserve water. Every five years, systems with over 500 connections must submit a water conservation plan to the Utah Division of Water Resources to comply with the Water Conservation Act. These plans contain existing and proposed water conservation measures that outline how the entity and the end culinary water user will conserve water, limit or reduce per capita consumption, ensure adequate water supplies are available for future needs and meet Regional Water Conservation Goals. The division reviews these plans and provides assistance as systems work to improve water efficiency. Systems that do not submit a water conservation plan every five years are considered non-compliant and are ineligible for state loans or funding.
Follow these 3 Easy Steps for Water Conservation Plan Success:
Conservation Coordinators will review the Water Conservation Plan draft.
- If the requirements have been met, you will be notified of the plan’s approval and move forward to Step 3.
- If the plan is incomplete, the plan will be returned with the necessary revisions outlined.
Once the Water Conservation Plan has been approved and adopted, you must email a copy of the public notice, meeting minutes and adoption signatures certificate to email@example.com no later than December 31st.