Jordan Valley Water Treatment Plant
Constructed in 1972, with expansions in 1979 and 1986, Jordan Valley Water Treatment Plant is the largest conventional water treatment plant in the state of Utah. Its rated treatment ability is 180 million gallons per day, and it frequently operates at capacity during the summer months. Originally owned by Central Utah Water Conservancy District, the deed was transferred to Jordan Valley Water and Metropolitan Water District of Salt Lake and Sandy in 2007.
Southeast Regional Water Treatment Plant
Constructed in 1985 with a major process enhancement in 2000. It is owned and operated by Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District and uses high-rate clarification technology. The rated capacity is 20 MGD.
Southwest Groundwater Treatment Plant
Constructed in 2012, this plant is owned and operated by Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District and uses reverse osmosis technology. The rated capacity is 7 MGD.
Jordan Narrows Pump Station
Constructed in 1989, this pump station draws Utah Lake water from the Jordan River and pumps it into the Provo Reservoir Canal siphon pipe for conveyance of irrigation water to the Welby and Jacob Canals Diversion Structure. The pump station delivers up to 140 cfs to meet requirements of the Welby-Jacob Exchange Agreement.
Wells and Boosters
Jordan Valley Water owns and operates 40 deep wells throughout the Salt Lake Valley, as well as multiple booster stations with a combined design capacity of approximately 500 cubic feet per second.
Reservoirs and Pipelines
Jordan Valley Water owns and operates reservoirs throughout the valley with a total storage capacity of 177.6 million gallons. More than 300 miles of water transmission pipelines allow us to transport and deliver approximately 44 billion gallons of culinary water annually throughout Salt Lake County and northern Utah County.