Water Wednesday is here!
“It’s bringing water issues to the forefront,” CUWCD’s Public Outreach Coordinator Monica Hoyt says of the weekly water trivia posts crossing the country. “For the most part, if the water isn’t dirty and... (Read More)
The Consumer Confidence reports are in at the Central Utah Water Conservancy District, and we couldn’t be more pleased.
We are in the middle of a spring run-off that ends our six-year drought. But also, tests show that our water once again... (Read More)
At the start of the 2017 General Session of the Utah State Legislature, it looked as if a lot of emphasis would be placed on Utah’s special districts. The interest could have brought wholesale changes to the way they conduct business.
“But at... (Read More)
Guess who became the topic of conversation in late February during the 2017 General Session of the Utah State Legislature? That's right: Central Utah Water Conservancy District. At CUWCD, we captured legislators' attention with reservoir projections... (Read More)
We have a new face at the Central Utah Water Conservancy District, and with it comes a renewed commitment to water conservation.
During one of Richard Maloy’s first projects as the district’s water conservation coordinator, he will interact... (Read More)
Do we know how to treat water or what?
For the 14th consecutive year, the Central Utah Water Conservancy District’s Don A. Christiansen Regional Water Treatment Plant has met the Partnership for Safe Water’s stringent Phase IV Excellence in... (Read More)
Can you believe this winter? One day, we’re snowed in and freezing. The next, a warm rain is washing most of it away.
But don’t let your guard down amid those 50-degree temperatures. It’s winter in Utah, and that calls for some specific... (Read More)
Accidental Conservationists Jason and Monica were pleasantly surprised recently when their water bill arrived. It showed the new amount for their level-pay arrangement. Their monthly bill had dropped by $30!
“That’s enough to pay back the... (Read More)
What does the father of the electric power industry in the Intermountain West, the gold mines of Telluride, Colo., and Central Utah Water Conservancy District have in common? A wonderful history that will factor into the future of water preservation... (Read More)