Source Water Protection Week is September 26-October 2! Check out the information below to learn more about what source water is and how you can help us protect it.
The International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) is a recognized authority on light pollution and isworking to combat light pollution worldwide. They have recently shown support of the draft Street Lighting Master Plan. IDA has said, “It contains the best practices that we encourage for all jurisdictions, and if adoptedit would set a new standard for street […]
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This chart shows reduced water usage. Thank you for all your efforts!
Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities has recently announced a recommendation to move to a Drought Level Stage 2. In Stage 2, all Institutional Customers (parks, government facilities, schools, and churches) are required to remain within their established watering budget, and if a site does not have a budget, to limit watering to only […]
The proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year, as well as rate changes, can be found here: https://www.slc.gov/utilities/finance/
We will be performing our triennial lead and copper sampling and analysis from high-risk homes this Summer. To meet the criteria, your home must have original plumbing that includes lead and/or copper plumbing. If your home qualifies, the program includes free testing of the water in your home and a copy of the official laboratory […]
We know the COVID-19 economy has challenged many of our ratepayers. If you are behind on your Public Utilities bills and are having trouble paying, please call us as soon as possible. Our customer service team can set up a monthly payment plan based on your ability to pay. So long as you keep current […]
Phase I has been completed and Phase II will begin shortly. Construction is anticipated for Winter 2021 through Summer 2022 and will take place near 900 East, Forest Dale Golf Course, and Highland Drive. Please visit https://www.slc.gov/utilities/east-west-water-line/ for a more detailed project overview.
We’re excited about progress on our Rose Park Jordan River Watershed project at 1000 North and Cornell Street, even though COVID19-related supply delays have pushed back completion to spring 2021. Still, work continues 6 days a week. This stormwater quality project will include community benefits, like the ADA-compliant observation deck and aeration waterfall.