Posted Mar 11, 2020Pressurized Irrigation to be turned on April 1
We will begin pressurizing the pressurized irrigation (PI) water system starting on Wednesday, April 1. To help prevent leaks resulting from pipes that may have froze over the winter, make sure your PI valve is off before we pressurize the system. Learn how to turn your valve off by watching our tutorial video.
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Spanish Fork City’s Water Division currently operates and maintains two water systems independent of each other:
Drinking Water system: This system is chlorinated water that is clean and potable.
Pressurized Irrigation system: This system uses untreated river water, pumping wells and reservoir water from Strawberry Reservoir to provide secondary water at a more economical cost to be used for irrigation purposes.
The Water crew consists of 8 full-time employees with numerous certifications regulated by the Utah Department of Environmental Quality's Division of Drinking Water.
SPANISH FORK WATER RATES
Spanish Fork City has some of the lowest water rates in the area. This is primarily due to four factors:
- We are proactive in replacing sections of the water main line;
- We repair and replace before system failures occur;
- We are mostly a gravity pressure system (reducing the need for pumps and towers); and
- We have one of the smallest water department crews in the state.
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