The district’s annual, renewable average water yield is approximately 30,000 acre feet. The majority of the district’s water is sold to its local municipal partners who manage water resources for their respective constituents. The district also operates small retail, secondary and wastewater systems. In addition, the district is federally-mandated to contribute water resources for environmental purposes. Allocations of the district’s water source are noted in the following chart.
Public community water system use throughout Washington County includes residential, commercial and industrial allocations, as outlined in the following chart prepared by the Utah Division of Water Resources.
The county is leading the state of Utah in terms of conservation accomplishments, having achieved a more than 30 percent reduction since 2000. The district and its municipal partners are committed to continued conservation efforts and incorporating new technology to better use and preserve our water resources.