Delivering quality water is what Jordan Valley Water does best. All the time, to every customer, every day of their lives. Quality water is something no one should live without.
Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District provides the highest quality water. If you have questions about the water we provide, check the links below.
If you are unable to find the answer you're looking for, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone our main office at 801-565-4300 or treatment plant at 801-446-2000.
This section highlights some of the developing concerns regarding the safety and availability of water. Learn More
Water Quality in the Home
Jordan Valley Water delivers water that is cleaner than required. However, once the water passes through your meter, you become a partner with us in making sure it stays that way. Learn More
Bottled vs. Tap Water
Is bottled water better than tap water? Find out about the differences and similarities between these two water sources. Learn More
Jordan Valley Water currently fluoridates its water sources in order to comply with regulations issued by the Salt Lake County Health Department. Learn More
Taste & Odor
Occasionally you might notice a taste or odor in your water that isn’t normally there. What does it mean? Learn More
Cross-Connection & Backflow
To prevent contamination of Jordan Valley Water's drinking water supply, Jordan Valley Water's Cross-Connection Control Program is designed to prevent backflow through metered connections. Learn More
Jordan Valley Water uses both surface water and groundwater sources to serve our customers. Information is available on efforts to protect those water sources. Learn More
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Jordan Valley Water follows drinking water regulations and guidelines outlined by state and federal authorities. Learn more about these regulations from the following resources: