How We Began
Summit Water Distribution Company was established in 1979 by visionaries who foresaw the growth and development that would take place in Park City and the Snyderville Basin in the coming years. It was a private venture that began with the end in mind. Infrastructure was constructed as a long term investment for the future.
The company’s humble beginnings consisted of one full time employee and three unpaid Board Members. The original assets of the company consisted of one working well and four miles of distribution main lines. Today the company has grown exponentially to serve the needs of its shareholders.
High Quality, Low Cost
The guiding principal of Summit Water is to provide high quality water at a fair and reasonable price. We continually exceed mandates for clean water across the full spectrum of testing required by the EPA and the State of Utah.
Our water is provided to our shareholders from:
- Rest Stop Well
- Hi-Ute Well
- Jeremy Ranch Well #4
- White Pine Well
- Church Well
- Storage Well
- Old F-7 Well
- U224 Well
- Upper Spring Creek Spring
- New F-7 Well
- Hi-Ute Well Repl-1
- We also purchase water from Mountain Regional SSD (#22137) and Park City Water System (#22011).
- Aspen Creek Crossing
- Back Nine
- Bear Hollow Village
- Canyon Links
- Circle J Condominiums
- Creekview Apartments
- Dutch Draw
- Ecker Village
- Fairway Springs
- Hidden Cove
- Jeremy Ranch
- Jeremy Cove
- Jeremy Golf and Country Club
- Jeremy Point
- Jeremy Woods
- Kimball Junction (excluding Newpark)
- Liberty Peak Apartments
- Moose Hollow
- Mountain Ranch Estates
- Olympic Sports Park
- Park City Business Center
- Park City Tech Center
- Powderwood Condominiums
- Ranch Place
- Shadow Mountain
- Silver Summit II
- Snyders Mill
- Summit Center
- SwanerNature Preserve – WallinFarm
- Tanger Outlets
- The Timbers
- The Woods of Parleys Lane
- Timberwolf Lodges
- Trails at Jeremy
- Two Creek Ranches
- View Point
- Vintage on the Strand
- White Pine Ranches
Summit Water Distribution Company is a non-profit, mutual, shareholder owned company. As a shareholder in Summit Water, you own a proportionate share of the company and are entitled to a specific increment of water based on your share certificate. For most residential shareholders the increment of water that you own is .76 acre feet. This is equivalent to 247,630 gallons during each water year which begins January 1st and ends December 31st.
The typical household can easily stay within the water share by using 350 gallons or less per day in the winter when not irrigating outdoors and 1,200 gallons per day in the summer when you are irrigating outdoors. Tracking your water use is a simple task that can save you from receiving substantial overuse charges each year. Each shareholder is billed monthly for their water share and once annually if the water share has been exceeded.
We are always available to assist you in managing your water use. Excessive water use can be very expensive and should be avoided. The biggest culprits in excessive water use are the sprinkling system outdoors and toilets and water softeners indoors. See our reading your meter page to understand how to use this as a tool to save you money.
We want our valued shareholders to be informed about our water system. If you want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings. If you plan to attend please call the office in advance. We also invite you to attend our Annual Shareholder Meeting held each April.
Be advised that SWDC does not broker the sale of its water shares. The share purchase is an agreement between the shareholder and purchaser. SWDC makes no warranties or representations as to the value, validity, transferability, or convertibility of the offered share(s). Upon request, SWDC will evaluate the status of the offered share and present the findings to both parties. If you are interested in purchasing SWDC water shares, please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will post your information.
|Bill Hornbuckleemail@example.com||(702) 810-8463||3+|
|Dean Bawdenfirstname.lastname@example.org||(801) 633-7096||2+|
|Jared Higginsemail@example.com||(435) 671-0597||1|
|Dave Shieldsfirstname.lastname@example.org||(801) 652-4412||1+|
|Brandon Huntemail@example.com||(385) 522-1200||1+|
|Robert Millerfirstname.lastname@example.org||(801) 897-8550||1|
|Bill Campbellemail@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org||1|
|Walter Jarmanemail@example.com||(801) 755-0146||1.36|
|Cameron Bankofirstname.lastname@example.org||(720) 233-5510||.45|
|Bev Beckemail@example.com||(435) 649-7885||10.23|
SWDC Company SMS Notification Program
- The SWDC SMS Notification Program allows shareholders to receive important information from the company such as shut off alerts for scheduled and emergency repairs, leak alerts, pressure issues, etc.
- If you would like to receive text notifications from us, please text SWDC to 67332 from the phone number on your SWDC account. These notifications allow you to receive information when water will be shut off for emergency repairs and leak alerts.
- Shareholders can cancel the SMS service at any time. Just text “STOP” to 67332. After you send the SMS message “STOP” to us, we will send you an SMS message to confirm that you have unsubscribed. After this, you will no longer receive SMS messages from us. If you want to join again, just sign up as you did the first time and we will start sending SMS messages to you again.
- If you are experiencing issues with the messaging program you can reply with the keyword HELP for more assistance, or you can get help directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-649-7324.
- Carriers are not liable for delayed or undelivered messages
- As always, message and data rates may apply for any messages sent to you from us and to us from you. Message frequency will vary. If you have any questions about your text plan or data plan, it is best to contact your wireless provider.