A lack of summer rains means water used for irrigation and other seasonal demands in many parts of the state hasn’t been replenished, though last year’s snowfall left reservoirs in good standing across the Central Utah Water Conservancy District.
Currant Creek recently sat at a reassuring 96.38 percent capacity, while numbers for CUWCD’s other reservoirs hovered around the high 70s and low 80s. Check the latest levels for yourself here.
Meanwhile, a recent survey shows a majority of Utahns still think we should monitor our own water use, even in a season without enforced water bans. It appears that we’re prepared for whatever might come our way, but it never hurts to keeps a few tips in mind in case a drought is declared: