Here at CUWCD, we’re wishing a good friend and valuable co-worker the best as he brings decades of public service in water conservation to a close.
Harold Lee (H. Lee) Wimmer is celebrating his retirement, capping a career, caught on video... (Read More)
It took a couple of tries for the mass assembly of law, fire and health workers to wrangle a water-channeling boom across the raging Duchesne River in an early June deployment exercise, admitted Linda Lefler, the Duchesne area manager for the... (Read More)
It’s rather fitting, isn’t it, to see the ripple effect that comes from the littlest things we do to conserve water?
On one hand, says Heather Anderson, public information officer for the Central Utah Water Conservancy District, you have the... (Read More)
“This is my favorite time of the year,” says Conservation Coordinator Casey Finlinson of Central Utah Gardens. “Lots of things are blooming, and it’s a very pretty place.”
That’s all the more reason, he adds, for families to head out... (Read More)
With a name like “How to Survive an Alien Invasion on Your Water System,” who knew quite what to expect April 6 when the Intermountain Section of the American Water Works Association brought its 2016 Educational Extravaganza back to Salt Lake... (Read More)
OK, we probably haven’t drummed up the same anticipation as, say, the latest “Star Wars” movie or a trip to Disney World with the release of our Consumer Confidence Report 2015.
But with water issues such as lead contamination in Flint... (Read More)
H2Joe had a lot of love to share on Valentine’s Day. The long-stemmed carnations he carried served as a perfect nod to his long-standing relationship with the Central Utah Water Conservancy District’s Central Utah Gardens.
But who could have... (Read More)
Hardly a week goes by when Monica Hoyt doesn’t get a caller asking about hard water and what it’s doing to water heaters.
But now, instead of sending them to Consumer Confidence Reports at the district’s water treatment plants, Hoyt—who... (Read More)
Coming up on his 25th year with the Central Utah Water Conservancy District, General Manager and CEO Gene Shawcroft took the reins at a crucial time in the organization’s quest.
The system’s infrastructure is in need of costly updates... (Read More)