Water Quality Questions
If you are unable to find the answer you're looking for, send us an email from our contact form with "Water Quality" as the subject. You can also call our main office at 801-565-4300 or the treatment plant at 801-446-2000.
Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District currently fluoridates its water sources in order to comply with regulations issued by the Salt Lake County Health Department, based on the majority vote of Salt Lake County residents.
Taste & Odor
Taste and odor in drinking water can vary depending on individual’s sensitivity. Different compounds in the source water can contribute to or cause taste and odor. What does it mean?
Cross-Connection and Backflow
To prevent contamination of Jordan Valley Water's drinking water supply, Jordan Valley Water's Cross-Connection Control Program is designed to prevent "contaminated" water from flowing back into the water system. There are things you can do as a homeowner to help prevent this from happening.
More about Cross-Connection and Backflow
Jordan Valley Water uses both surface water and groundwater sources to serve our customers. Information is available on efforts to protect those water sources.
Jordan Valley Water follows drinking water regulations and guidelines outlined by state and federal authorities. Learn more about these regulations from the following resources: