Category: Drinking Water

November 3, 2020 Agenda: Drinking Water Board

Meeting Materials Packet (4 MB) Video Meeting Agenda Call to Order Electronic Meeting Notice – Roger Fridal Roll Call – Interim Director/Division Staff Approval of the September 1, 2020 Minutes 2021 Drinking Water Board Meeting Schedule (Board Action Needed) Disclosure for Intent to Publicly Comment – Roger Fridal Disclosure for Conflict of Interest – Roger …

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September 1, 2020 Agenda: Drinking Water Board

Meeting Materials Packet (4.21 MB) Video Meeting Agenda Call to Order Roll Call – Marie Owens Approval of the Minutes: June 9, 2020 July 20, 2020 Disclosure for Intent to Publicly Comment – Roger Fridal Disclosure for Conflict of Interest – Roger Fridal Financial Assistance Committee Report Status Report – Michael Grange Project Priority List …

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Highland Subdivision Water Quality Issues
Morgan County

Submit Comments Background The Utah Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) Division of Drinking Water (DDW) is addressing reported issues with culinary water at The Highland Subdivision in Morgan County. In Spring 2020, customers reported discolored water in their homes. As a result, DDW required the water system to collect additional water samples. These additional water …

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June 17, 2014 Agenda: Drinking Water Board

Meeting Materials FINAL Minutes (47 KB) Board Packet (624 KB) Audio Recording (13 MB) June 17, 2014 – 9:00 am Meeting Agenda Call to Order – Chairman Hansen Roll Call – Ken Bousfield Introductions – Chairman Hansen Financial Assistance Committee Report SRF Applications FEDERAL: Wooden Shoe Water Company – Michael Grange OTHER: Big Plains Water …

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Plan Review and Operating Permits

Plan Review Plans and specifications for a public drinking water project must be reviewed and approved by the Division of Drinking Water before a public water system begins construction. This includes projects that construct, modify, or add to a drinking water facility and any activity that affects the quality or quantity of drinking water provided. …

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Exceptions to Rule Requirements

Exceptions to Requirements of R309-500 through 550 The Director of the Division of Drinking Water may grant exceptions to the requirements of R309-500 through 550. A public water system unable to meet the design, construction, or operational requirements of these rules may request an exception if it can provide an alternative to the rule requirement …

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Engineering and Plan Review

Engineers with the Division of Drinking Water review plans and specifications for public drinking water projects and issue operating permits for public water system facilities. Information about plan review and related engineering requirements is provided below. Checklists, Forms, and Other Documents Design and Construction Rules (R309-500 to 550) Engineering Staff Exceptions to Rule Requirements Hydraulic …

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July 20, 2020 Agenda: Drinking Water Board

Meeting Materials Packet (367 MB) Emergency Drinking Water Board Meeting Meeting Agenda Call to Order Roll Call – Michael Grange Public Comment Period Conflict of Interest – Roger Fridal Financial Assistance Committee Report SRF Applications FEDERAL Woodland Hills – Heather Pattee Other Next Board Meeting Date: September 1, 2020 Time: 1:00 PM Place: GoToMeeting Adjourn

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June 9, 2020 Agenda: Drinking Water Board

Meeting Materials Amended Packet (7 MB) Meeting Agenda Call to Order Roll Call – Marie Owens Approval of the Minutes: February 27, 2020 April 27, 2020 Disclosure for Intent to Publicly Comment – Roger Fridal Disclosure for Conflict of Interest – Roger Fridal Operator Certification Commission – Michael Grange Financial Assistance Committee Report Status Report …

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UTWARN Supports Rural Utah During COVID-19

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic response, drinking water and wastewater system operators have been on-duty providing vital services to homes, citizens and businesses across Utah. The Utah Water and Wastewater Agency Response Network (UTWARN) was set up to quickly respond to events like the coronavirus and ensure seamless operation of water infrastructure.

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