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BLM conveys 790 acres to Uintah County

BLM Press Release - Tuesday, May 19, 2020VERNAL, Utah – The Bureau of Land Management Vernal Field Office today announced... more ››

Snow Survey

Utah Water Supply Outlook Report Published

“While Utah’s statewide snow water equivalent (SWE) had been hovering around average for a while, April did not deliver its typical amount... more ››

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Utah Water Quality Task Force launches new website

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – The Utah Quality Task Force launched a small farms water quality website Monday afternoon to help small... more ››

Lawn Watering

Weekly Lawn Watering Guide targets water needs in each county

Is it time to turn the sprinklers on? Check the Utah Division of Water Resources’ Weekly Lawn Watering Guide and find out. The guide is... more ››

Kane County

Kane County opts out of Lake Powell Pipeline Project

SALT LAKE CITY — The future of Kane County’s water supplies will not be part of the environmental review by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation... more ››

Colorado River

Utah teams up with Federal, State and water agencies to assess the state of the Colorado River

As one of the seven states that make up the Colorado River Basin, Utah takes an active interest in this critically important river that... more ››

Water Supply Forecast

Latest Utah Water Supply Outlook Report Published

After a quiet February, Utah received some nice storms in March, and as of April 1st the statewide snow water equivalent (SWE) is 107% of... more ››

Coronavirus Information

Water Transmission and COVID-19

Water Transmission and COVID-19 Drinking Water, Recreational Water and Wastewater: What You Need to Know Can the COVID-19 virus spread... more ››

Utah's Snowpack

Utah's snowpack and water supply in good shape as March winds down

SALT LAKE CITY — There is good news regarding Utah's snowpack and the water supply.Overall things are looking pretty good according to... more ››

Only Toilet Paper

Water treatment officials remind residents to only flush toilet paper

(KUTV) — The COVID-19 outbreak has increased the use of wet wipes, paper towels, and napkins that are stressing sewer lines in Utah.

Snow Survey

USDA-NRCS Offers Water Supply Update

Jordan Clayton, with the NRCS Snow Survey, issued the following:"These slides are an abridged version of the slides that would have been... more ››

Bottled Water

Coronavirus Shopping: State, Feds say no need for rush on bottled water supplies

SALT LAKE CITY — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Utah drinking water regulators and public delivery systems are reassuring... more ››

2020 Water for Utah Overview

2020 Water for Utah

The 2020 Water for Utah overview provides a quick snapshot of the work the Division of Water Resources is doing to “plan, conserve, develop... more ››

Kerry Gibson

Gibson to run for Congress

During his keynote address at the Uintah Basin Water Summit, held January 15th in Roosevelt, Kerry Gibson announced his resignation as... more ››

Eric Millis and Todd Adams

Adams appointed Director of the Division of Water Resources

The Uintah Water Conservancy District congratulates Todd Adams on his appointment as Director of the Utah Division of Water Resources. Todd... more ››

Bureau of Reclamation

Bureau of Reclamation to lead Lake Powell Pipeline reviews

Due to changes in the proposed Lake Powell Pipeline, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has been given lead agency status to shepherd the... more ››