Category: Water Quality

Protecting Utah’s Watersheds

A watershed is the area drained by a stream and its tributary branches, or in other words, the land area over which water flows or travels, and then drains into a stream and its tributaries.

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Management of Water Quality in Utah

Clean water is Utah’s most precious resource. The Utah Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Water Quality uses the Watershed Approach to protect and improve Utah’s surface and groundwater resources.

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Providence at Overlook

2019 Public Notice Public Notice (64 KB) Close of Comments: August 14, 2019 Public Hearing: None Contact (email): Ryan Curtin Type: Enforcement Actions

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Payson Lakes Algal Bloom Monitoring 2019

Visit the 2019 Photo Gallery Update July 9, 2019: McClellan Lake The Utah County Health Department UCHD) has issued a Warning Advisory for McClellan Lake after cyanobacteria cell-count concentrations exceeded recreation health-based levels. The Division of Water Quality (DWQ) collected elbow-depth integrated composite samples at McClellan Lake, a small lake in the Payson Lakes complex, …

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