Are You Waterwise?


WHY CONSERVE?


We live in a pretty great place. But did you know that Utah is one of the driest states in the nation? And with a population set to double in the next few decades, we need to work together to conserve water resources for the future.

Are You Waterwise?


WHY CONSERVE?


We live in a pretty great place. But did you know that Utah is one of the driest states in the nation? And with a population set to double in the next few decades, we need to work together to conserve water resources for the future.

Schedule a Free Water Check


WHAT IS A WATER CHECK?


A Water Check analyzes the efficiency of your automatic sprinkler irrigation system. Trained evaluators come to your home, business, or institution, perform a Water Check, and provide you with a customized irrigation schedule.

Soil type, grass root depth, water pressure, sprinkler efficiency and precipitation rates are also determined. The entire process takes from 1 to 1 1/2 hours depending on the size of the property.


WHEN AND WHERE ARE THEY AVAILABLE?


Water Checks are available through the summer months (beginning May 1st) for:

  • Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities service area (Salt Lake City, Millcreek, parts of Holladay, and Cottonwood Heights)
  • Sandy City
  • Eagle Mountain
  • Cache County
  • Iron County
  • Washington County
  • Davis County
  • Weber County
  • Morgan County
  • Summit County


HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?


The Water Check program is free to you and is sponsored by your water provider.


HOW DO I SIGN UP?


Visit cwel.usu.edu/watercheck or call (435) 797-5529 if you live in:

  • Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities service area (SLC, Millcreek, Holladay, Cottonwood Heights)
  • Sandy City
  • Eagle Mountain
  • Cache County
  • Iron County
  • Washington County
Visit weberbasin.com/Conservation/WaterAuditScheduler or call (801) 771-1677 if you live in:
  • Weber County
  • Davis County
  • Morgan County
  • Summit County
In other counties, please contact your local USU County Extension office for information and materials on conducting your own Water Check.