As of September 30, the 2018-2019 water year is officially over. In Utah, the water year runs from October 1 through September 30, and over that period of time, we've seen some pretty surprising things!
Now that the numbers are in, we can safely... (Read More)
A new report from the World Health Organization (WHO) came out last month which confirms that microplastics have been detected in both bottled water and tap water in a number of recent studies.
In these studies, scientists discovered that around... (Read More)
Recently, the Reader's Digest published an article called "10 Jobs Americans Can’t Live Without" and we were overjoyed to see that water and wastewater treatment plant operators made the top ten list! They made the number two spot, above only... (Read More)
Most people know Central Utah Water Conservancy District for our water conservation efforts and focus on responsible water development. The truth is, we have many different projects and programs happening at any given moment, and we want to make... (Read More)
Recently, several lakes in Utah were closed due to the discovery of a large algal bloom. When samples were taken and tested in a lab, a large number of cells were found that have the potential to produce cyanobacteria.
Since then, some of the... (Read More)
National Refreshment Day is observed every year on the fourth Thursday in July, which is just around the corner at the time we're writing this blog. For many of us in North America, this is the hottest part of the summer, so it makes sense that this... (Read More)
Summer is finally here, and many families are planning their outdoor summer adventures. If your family enjoys spending time on the water, whether that means a weekend of fishing or an afternoon of kayaking, Central Utah Water has some great... (Read More)
Flood preparedness is a central part of water management. While Utah is the second-driest state in the Union, floods still happen here. Salt Lake City suffered $35 million in damage from the flood of 1983, and in 2006, the Escalante River flood... (Read More)
The beauty queen of Utah's reservoirs and dams is the Upper Stillwater in Duchesne County. Throughout the spring—especially in years with high snow or fast-melting conditions—the dam fills with water and eventually spills over the steep stepped... (Read More)