Legislative Audit Process Reports: These reports will take you to the audit process that identified recommendations and opportunities to improve water use data.
Utah’s M&I Water Conservation Plan (2014): The purpose of this report is to provide a 2010 reference summary of the municipal and industrial (M&I) water supplies and use information throughout the state of Utah. The data presented in this report will be used in the State Water Plan planning process, as well as other DWRe reports and studies. This report summarizes the individual basin Municipal and Industrial Water Supply Studies reports compiled by the Division of Water Resources for each of the hydrologic basins and study areas for the calendar year of 2010.
Statewide Water Infrastructure Plan (2013): A “road map” of Utah’s municipal water supply and infrastructure requirements needed to supply water to the six million people projected to live in Utah by 2060.
Detecting Leaks in Utah’s Municipal Water Systems (2013): This document extends the “Utah State Water Plan” series by taking a look at a conservation measure recommended to all water utilities in the state: Water Audits and Leak Detection Programs. It does so by surveying leak detection efforts being undertaken by some of Utah’s municipal water suppliers.
Utah’s M&I Conservation Plan | Investing in the Future: Utah is growing rapidly. This growth has prompted legitimate concerns about the state’s ability to meet continually increasing municipal and industrial water demands with the current available water supplies. As part of its ongoing state water planning efforts, Division of Water Resources has identified water conservation as a critical component in overcoming these concerns and helping meet future needs.
The Cost of Water in Utah (2010): The Division of Drinking Water, in conjunction with the Utah Division of Water Rights and the Division of Water Resources, conducts a survey of community drinking water systems within the state. This report utilizes the results of the Billing and Rate Portion of the 2006 Community Water System Survey that was compiled by the Division of Drinking Water.
The Water – Energy Nexus in Utah (2012): In locations where scarcity of water and/or energy exists, they can develop a constraining relationship where lack of one disrupts supply of the other. This is what is described by the term “water-energy nexus.”
Outdoor Water Use Efficiency of Utah’s Universities and Colleges (2012): This report has been in response to the growing concern that large institutional water users are not doing their part to conserve water. However, as shown in this report, major colleges and universities across the state are trying to use water efficiently.
Managing Sediment in Utah’s Reservoirs (2010): This document is the latest in the “Utah State Water Plan” series and provides important information regarding a significant issue that is negatively impacting Utah’s water supply: reservoir sedimentation. It examines the impacts of sedimentation in Utah’s reservoirs and estimates current and future storage losses.
Municipal and Industrial Water Use in Utah (2010): Since the publication of the Utah State Water Plan in 1990, the Utah Division of Water Resources has prepared a detailed summary of Utah’s municipal and industrial (M&I) water every 5 years. This effort includes the quantification of both potable (drinking) and non-potable (secondary) M&I water supplies and uses for community, non-community, self-supplied industries and private domestic water systems. The Division of Water Resources has summarized all M&I data for each of the hydrologic basins in this statewide summary for quick and access information about M&I water use.
Water for Utah (2019): A review of duties and funding programs of the Division and Board of Water Resources.
The River Basin Plans are the latest in the “Utah State Water Plan” series and are intended to guide and inform water-related planning and management within the 11 river basins of the state of Utah. They summarize key data obtained through the previous water planning documents, introduce new data where available, and address issues of importance to all future water planning efforts.