What are we doing to conserve water in Washington County? What can you do to help?

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Water Line, the District’s official newsletter. Current and past issues are available here.

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Information and forms related to the collection and use of impact fees.

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What are we doing to ensure adequate water for Washington County’s future?

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Colorado’s Mine Spill Not Expected to Affect Washington County Water Deliveries

Washington County Water Conservancy District does not anticipate any interruptions to water service in Washington County as a result of the San Juan River contamination caused by the Gold King Mine spill in Colorado. The district’s water supply comes from the Virgin River watershed; water is not currently received directly from the Colorado River. The majority of the district’s water


Water Restrictions Announced in Washington County

The Virgin River and its tributaries are experiencing significantly diminished flows because of continued drought necessitating the following restrictions.   Water Users above the Washington Fields Diversion The Utah Department of Natural Resources State Engineer, Kent Jones, has ordered surface water users on the Virgin River and its tributaries above the Washington Fields Diversion to immediately cease diversion and use