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 or Landscape Consultation


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 1.5 hours depending on the size of the property.


WHAT IS A LANDSCAPE CONSULTATION?


During a landscape consultation trained technicians will help you find ways to improve the efficiency of your irrigation and landscape. Whether you are looking for design ideas, watering suggestions, sprinkler system advice, or landscaping recommendations, our team can help you create a more Utah-friendly yard. Following your consultation you will receive a summary report including final recommendations and information specific to your landscape.


WHEN AND WHERE ARE THEY AVAILABLE?


Water Checks are available through the summer months (beginning May 10th) 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
  • Davis County
  • Iron County
  • Morgan County
  • Washington County
  • San Juan County
  • Summit County
  • Weber County


Landscape Consultations are available for residents receiving water from the following providers:

  • Bluffdale City
  • Draper City
  • Granger-Hunter Improvement District
  • Herriman City
  • Kearns Improvement District
  • Magna Water District
  • Midvale City
  • Riverton City
  • City of South Salt Lake
  • Taylorsville-Bennion Improvement District
  • WaterPro, Inc.
  • City of West Jordan
  • White City Water Improvement District
  • Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District


HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?


The Water Check and Landscape Consultation programs are free to you and sponsored by your water provider.


HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR A WATER CHECK?


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
  • San Juan 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

HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR A LANDSCAPE CONSULTATION?


Create an account on Utahwatersavers.com and request a consultation.


DIY WATER CHECK


If a water check is unavailable in your area, please contact your local USU County Extension office for information and materials on conducting your own Water Check or visit: https://cwel.usu.edu/do-your-own-water-check.