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Highway 89 Culinary Water Tank
Project Overview
The District is currently constructing a new 5.8 Million Gallon culinary water tank. Construction is anticipated to be complete in the Fall of 2023. The completion of the tank will provide additional culinary water supply and storage for Davis County cities and residents. Pro-build Construction has been awarded the project as the General Contractor.
Ogden Valley Water Study
Project Overview
The District is working in conjunction with Weber County to provide a study relative to the needs of the Ogden Valley for culinary and secondary water use. The report will provide Weber County information on growth and water demand for planning purposes.
Casa Loma Secondary Pipeline Replacement Project - Phase 3
Project Overview
The District is replacing aging secondary main lines under Cottonwood Drive in the Casa Loma neighborhood of Centerville. This work is in conjunction with the City of Centerville’s public works departments 5 year plan for road and infrastructure improvements in the area. When Weber Basin completes the pipeline construction work the City will follow behind with road improvements. The District’s project is expected to continue through April and be completed before the planned start of irrigation season. Some temporary road closures are expected. With questions or concerns please contact Zack Wofford at 801-771-1677.
Fruit Heights Pipeline Replacement
Project Overview
The District is working with COP Construction to replace 9,100 feet of culinary pipeline in Fruit Heights, UT. The 50 year old line has a history of leaks and is undersized for expected future demands. The new line will solve these problems and should be completed by May 2, 2022. For more information and a live map of the project and traffic restrictions click the following link:
Woods Cross Secondary Meter Project
Project Overview
Weber Basin Water Conservancy District is committed to the conservation of water and will be installing secondary water meters within its service area to promote the efficient and responsible use of this resource. Governor Cox has established a goal to reduce per capita water usage 25 percent by 2025. As part of the Governor’s Water Conservation Team, the District supports this goal and has committed to do its part to help stretch our water supply for years to come. By installing a meter on secondary connections, homeowners are able to see their water use and make better informed decisions.
Upper Weber Basin Watershed Plan - Summit County Utah
Project Overview
The United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), in cooperation with the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District (WBWCD) as the project sponsor, is proposing to partially fund through the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act (Public Law [PL] 83-566) improvements within and around the headwaters of the Upper Weber River watershed in Summit County, UT.