Secondary Irrigation System Metering

Utah Code 73-10-34 (HB242) requires that secondary water suppliers that have a pressurized secondary system install meters on all end user connections.

The requirements of Utah Code 73-10-34 regarding secondary meter installation are only applicable to secondary water suppliers, NOT residential consumers.

If you have questions or need further information, please email:


A: ARPA Grant funds are no longer available. If additional grant funds become available, this webpage will be updated. You can sign up for email updates here.

A: We do not recommend any particular meter(s). See the "Secondary Meter Provider" tab for a list of known meter providers/manufacturers.

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Secondary Meter Providers

The below list is for informational purposes only. The Utah Division of Water Resources does not endorse or make any guarantees on behalf of any specific provider. If you are a provider who has not yet been listed below, please send your information to to be included.

Badger Meter
4545 West Brown Deer Road
P.O. Box 245036
Milwaukee, WI 53224

1600 Alabama Highway #229
Tallassee, AL 36078

Core & Main
2457 S 1620 West
Ogden, UT 84401

Next Meters, LLC
517 W 100 North #105
Providence, UT 84332

Hydro Specialties
14435 South Center Point Way
Bluffdale, UT 84065

637 Davis Drive
Morrisville, NC 27560

Innovative Utility Solutions
4158 Nyala Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80922

 SRT Labs
1555 Freedom Drive #100
Provo, UT 84604

Meter Technology Werks
602 N 34th St.
Tampa, FL 33605

Tucor Inc.

330 Perry Highway

Harmony, PA 16037


Meter Works
1199 W 850 North
Centerville, UT 84014

P.O. Box 1525
Riverton, UT 84065

Metron Farnier
5665 Airport Blvd.
Boulder, CO 80301

Other Grants or Rebates

If you are not a secondary provider, and therefore do not qualify for the secondary meter grant, you may find the below information regarding residential programs helpful. If there are additional programs you are aware of that we have not yet included, please send information to

  • Smart Controller: Receive up to $75 for the purchase and installation of a WaterSense labeled smart controller. Smart controllers are estimated to save an average home 15,000 gallons of water each year.

  • Toilet: Homes built before 1994 and with toilets that use more than 1.6 gallons per flush are eligible for up to two toilet rebates when replacing old toilets with WaterSense labeled ones. Replacing old toilets with WaterSense labeled ones is estimated to save almost 13,000 gallons of water each year.

  • Flip Your Strip: Available in some parts of Utah for the removal of grass in a park strip. Additional rebates may also become available later this year.

  • Localscapes Rewards: Available in some parts of Utah for installing or renovating a landscape with Localscapes principals.

  • Transparent Water Billing Grant (for water providers): The Utah Division of Water Resources is currently accepting applications for three-year pilot projects through our new Transparent Water Billing Grant Program.