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Community Development / Public Works

Jim Bolser
Director

90 North Main Street
Tooele, UT 84074

Administration: 435.843.2130
Building: 435.843.2130
Fax: 435.843.2139

Hours:  Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Water Quality Reports

Tooele City vigilantly safeguards its water supplies by:

    • Establishing drinking water source protection zones for each of the City’s sources,
    • Adoption of City Ordinance and reliance of County Ordinance which regulate potential hazards to the City’s drinking water sources, and
    • Collecting and analyzing water quality data to evaluate watershed protection efforts.

You can help by:

    • Reading and following usage guidelines on detergents, fertilizers and pesticides,
    • Doing your part to prevent runoff into the storm drain system,
    • Properly disposing of household products such as cleaners, oil or gasoline and unused medicines,
    • Continuing your water conservation efforts, and;
    • When you notice someone else contaminating the water, remind them that “We all live downstream.”

Drinking Water Source Protection Plans (click on the drop down arrow to read more)...

The Drinking Water Source Protection Plan for Tooele City is available for your review at City Hall.  It contains information about source protection zones, potential contamination sources, and management strategies to protect each of our drinking water sources.   Potential contamination sources common in our protection areas include sanitary sewer lines, septic tanks, roads, residential, commercial and industrial areas, etc..  These sources of potential contamination  are typically classified as a low susceptibility.  Sources which are classified as medium susceptibility include buried fuel storage tanks, accidental spills of potential contaminants, or other similar conditions.  The City has developed management strategies to further protect all of our sources from contamination.  Please contact the Public Works Department at 435.843.2130, if you have questions or concerns about our source protection plan.

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