The Project Funding Section helps the Board of Water Resources administer revolving funds to develop new water projects and refurbish aging projects throughout the State of Utah. Board members are assigned to work with projects located in a given River District. Since 1947, the Utah Legislature has appropriated approximately $500 million to the various funds overseen by the board. The board has in turn disseminated over $850 million to construct nearly 1,500 projects, which have a combined total project value of $2.3 billion.*
Explore the map below for a comprehensive list of projects.
The Project Funding Section employs a staff of competent engineers who are eager to help entities develop water projects that not only meet the needs of their local communities, but enable Utah and its citizens to thrive. Below is a sampling of project types that the section has ushered through the board’s funding process
- Agricultural storage reservoirs, diversion dams, pressurization ponds, canals, ditches, and pipelines.
- Canal and ditch lining, enclosure, and piping projects.
- Municipal drinking water treatment plants, storage tanks, distribution, and metering systems.
- Water distribution line and meter replacement.
- Secondary irrigation systems, including water meters.
- Remote sensing and measuring devices for agricultural, municipal, and secondary systems.
- Dam safety upgrades.
- Hydropower facilities.
- Storm water system components.
To learn more about the Project Funding Section or receive assistance with your project funding needs, please contact Todd Stonely: 801-538-7277 or [email@example.com].
*The funding figures cited have not been indexed with inflation.