The Community Integrated Resource Planning Advisory Committee (CIRPAC), organized by the district in 2012, is a 29-member committee to advise the district on water resource planning for Southern Utah. Committee members are tasked with evaluating the district’s management and development of water resources, conservation, water quality, planning, funding and more.
Participating members represent financial institutions, local governments, businesses, developers, educators, environmental advocates and local residents.
Following is a summary of CIRPAC meetings hosted to date. Meetings are open to the public. Additional meetings for this committee have not been scheduled at this time.
Additional Reference Materials
|Federal Statutes and Regulations|
|State Funding for Water Projects|
|State Statutes and Regulations|
|Utah’s Perspective: The Colorado River|
|Regional Water Supply Agreement|