Conservation: Everyone can help extend our water supply
Population growth, climate change and even short-term weather fluctuations have an impact on our water supply. Our water conservation planning and programs are critical in addressing those impacts.
Conservation measures can be the least expensive means to extending our water supply, and are typically easier and quicker to put in place than reservoirs, pumping stations and other infrastructure.
Partnering with the public is key to the success of Public Utilities’ longtime conservation efforts. With your help we can accomplish our top priority: Ensuring a continued supply of high-quality drinking water and a meaningful quality of life for today and tomorrow.
Part of our long-term planning is the Water Shortage Contingency Plan update.
Our Conservation Program Manager Stephanie Duer can provide helpful water-saving information, including landscaping tips for our climate and terrain. You can reach Stephanie at 801-483-6860 or email@example.com.
Visit utahwatersavers.com for more details on the Flip Your Strip and Localscapes rewards programs.