Richard P. Bay
General Manager, CEO
Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District’s vision is to provide a sustainable water supply to promote individual and community well being. Our rapidly-growing population makes this a challenge. During 2010 we continued our efforts in planning for the future to develop and provide exciting new and reliable water supplies.
The Southwest Jordan Valley Groundwater Project is a unique blend of aquifer remediation and high purity public water supply. With construction under way for the wells, pipelines and reverse osmosis treatment plant, this project and water supply will greatly benefit the public in Salt Lake Valley.
Jordan Valley Water is a major partner in the Provo Reservoir Canal Enclosure Project, which is also under construction. This project will yield and convey substantial new water supplies to our member agencies, including Provo River waters and Colorado River system water stored in Strawberry Reservoir.
We also continued working hard to stretch existing and new water supplies to their most efficient use through water conservation outreach and education programs and tools. As part of these efforts, the Conservation Garden Park has been substantially expanded, and a new sustainability Education Center is under construction. The public’s acceptance and embracing of waterwise principles continues to be gratifying to us.
Our well-trained and committed staff is enthused as we continue pursuing our mission for the benefit of District members and customers: delivering quality water and services every day.
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