Utah Division of Drinking Water
News and Announcements
Join us online
Join us for our monthly webinar on March 27 at 11am for 30 minutes. Brian McInerney a hydrologist from NOAA here in Salt Lake City will discuss flooding conditions and their potential impacts to water systems. This topic is timely considering the high snow pack. Certified water operators can earn 0.05 CEUs by watching, then completing an online survey and quiz.
Watch January's Webinar
RTCR Sample Site Plans are Due September 30th
Please send your Sample Site Plans and map to DDW for review before September 30, 2017. Contact email@example.com for questions.
- Amended R309-105-15 and R309-400-12
Amendments to R309-105-15 and R309-400-12 became effective on November 22, 2016
H.B. 305 (2016) amended Title 19, Chapter 4, Subsection (1)(c)(iv) of the Utah Code by directing the Drinking Water Board to require a certified operator of a public water supplier to verify by signature and certification number, or a professional engineer performing the duties of a certified water operator to verify by signature and stamp, the accuracy of any data on water use and water supply submitted by the public water supplier to the Division. R309-105-15 and R309-400-12 implement the new requirements.
The Water Use Data Form is an existing form used by the Division of Water Rights to collect monthly water use data from public water systems in Utah. The report is submitted annually to the Division of Water Rights.
- Amended R309-535-5, Fluoridation
An amendment to section R309-535-5, Fluoridation, became effective on March 7, 2017. The amendment reorganized and updated the fluoridation requirements. The other sections of the R309-535 remain unchanged.
- R309-540 Pumping Facilities - rule revision anticipated in January 2017
Based on the comments received during the September 2016 comment period, DDW intends to re-start the repeal and re-enactment of this rule January 2017
- Report Distribution Chlorine Residuals Online
2016 Sanitary Survey Assignments
By Health Department, as of February 23, 2016
Climate Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT)
EPA has developed a software tool to assist drinking water and waste water utility owners and operators.
This page presents quick links to DDW Web pages and documents that are not presently linked from anywhere else within this site.
- Energy Performance Contracting
A per-qualified list of multiple vendors who have been per-approved for energy performance contracting services.
- EPA Water Security Division Products
GRAMA Request Form
Information request form for Division of Drinking Water data.
Potential Construction Projects in Utah
This list of potential construction projects is the Division's attempt to identify water systems that need construction projects to comply with the SDWA.
Utah Water Quality Alliance
Formed in 1994 to assist drinking water utilities in water quality optimization projects and in updates of new regulations. For more information contact: Eva Nieminski, Ph. D. (801) 536-4189.