If you would like to receive text notifications from us, please text SWDC to 67332 from the number on your SWDC account. These notifications allow you to receive information when water will be shut off for emergency repairs and leak alerts. Read more regarding our SMS Notification Program.
Please visit our conservation page for the irrigation schedule, as well as tips and tricks for conserving water. We request that you follow the posted irrigation schedule as this allows us to manage the water system more efficiently.
The SWDC office will be closed on 06/22/23 for an employee team building event. In the case of a water emergency, please call 435-649-7324 and press zero (0) to be connected to our on call employee.
As of June 1st, the current irrigation recommendation from the Division of Water Resources for Summit County is ZERO irrigations per week. Waiting to water allows grass roots to grow deeper and build endurance. Wait until temps are in the mid-70s for several consecutive days before turning on your sprinklers. For the current recommendation, click here.
Federal and state laws require public water systems to protect their systems from cross connections and backflow. Summit Water Distribution Company’s Cross Connection program requires all customers with a backflow device to have an annual inspection/testing of all backflow assemblies on your property. For more information, click here. For a list of state certified testers, click here.
Please be advised that the 2022 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report has been posted here. If applicable, please ensure this information is passed along to all tenants/homeowners. If you would like a paper copy, please visit our office at 8506 Bluebird Lane or contact us at 435-649-7324.
Please visit our Rate Schedule page to review the 2023 rates.
Water is restored in Jeremy Ranch and if you are experiencing cloudy water, run your water for about 10 mins. Please call us at 435-649-7324 if you have any questions.
Please click here to review the audit notice.
Please remember each property owner that is adjacent to, or across the street from a fire hydrant is responsible for making sure that the snow is cleared from the hydrant sufficient to provide ready access to emergency personnel. The Summit County Ordinance requires that snow be removed from an area of three (3) feet surrounding the base of the hydrant. Please visit our website for additional information.