Do you know what to do if an earthquake starts while you're at home, while you're driving or while you're at work? Is a doorway one of the best places to be in an earthquake? If you're in a building, should you run outside? Do you have a plan to... (Read More)
A big part of the work we do at Central Utah Water happens at our two hydropower plants. The Jordanelle Hydroelectric Powerplant and the Olmsted Hydroelectric Powerplant produce a combined 64,000 mwh per year, which is about 3.7% of the hydropower... (Read More)
Spring is just around the corner, and pretty soon it will be time to start working outside in our yards once again. Do you want to learn more about plants that thrive in Utah's dry climate? Explore ways to have a beautiful yard that use minimal... (Read More)
In everything we do, from construction and maintenance, to administration and education, water conservation is our highest priority at Central Utah Water Conservancy District. We believe it is our responsibility to conserve water for both current... (Read More)
Obviously, we all know that drinking an adequate amount of water every day is important for our health. It keeps us hydrated, and it allows our kidneys to function properly, and the rest of our body to perform to the best of its abilities.
While... (Read More)
The average American family uses more than 300 gallons of water per day at home in bathrooms, kitchens and in laundry rooms. Here are some easy ways to conserve our most precious natural resource — and save money on your water bill:
Laundry... (Read More)