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  • –Culinary Water


    1981  All Silver Springs East Water Distribution Plans



    FIRE HYDRANTS –  Summit County Ordinance 346. Section 7.  Fire Hydrants to be Uncovered – Every Water Company shall uncover and remove accumulated snow and windrows of snow from over and around fire hydrants. The hydrants should be uncovered for a distance of not less than three feet on all sides so the hydrants are accessible for emergency use. Hydrants should be uncovered within 72 hours of the time they are buried by a plowed windrow of snow or from the time they become buried from drifts.


    Summit County Public Health Dept.  Drinking Water.

    Public water systems are regulated by the Utah Department of Environmental Quality. The State Drinking Water Division provides information to water system owners and managers on how to achieve compliance with state water quality and wellhead protection requirements. Summit County approves and monitors smaller water systems, while the State of Utah approves and monitors larger systems.
    Contact Information:
    Bob Swensen
    Environmental Director

    85 North 50 East
    Coalville, Utah 84017
    Phone: 435-336-3227
    Fax: 435-336-3286
    [email protected]
    Includes potable water and fire hydrants


    Mountain Regional Water Special Service District

    Mountain Regional Report on Water Hardness

    Email  [email protected]

    Physical Office Address
    6421 N. Business Park Loop Road, Suite A

    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 982320 Park City, Utah 84098

    Phone
    435-940-1916

    Fax
    435-940-1945

    Emergency Phone Number (call day of night – 24/7)
    435-645-2555

    Office Hours
    8:30 AM to 5:00 PM     Mondays thru Fridays


    Mountain Regional Water Special Service District Citizens Administrative Control Board

    Purpose: Policy making body of Mountain Regional Water Special Service District.
    Term: 4 years, expires December 31.
    Meets: 3rd Thursday of each month

    Name Term Expires
    B. Todd Hopkinson
    Julie Lawson
    Brett Mickelson
    Roger Fulmer
    Richard Krebs
    Matt Lindon
    2012
    2012
    2009
    2010
    2014
    2014


    2010 - March 6 - Officials Counter Allegations - No Conservation Plan
    A Silver Springs resident called for Marti Gee during this time and was told Gee was an extended vacation.



    2000 SSWC and Mtn Regional Water rate comparison

    2011-Feb-19- Lindon and Krebs on Admin Control Bd for Mtn. Regional Water SSD 4 yrs.
    Both men are residents of the Silver Springs Community

    2004-mid-2011-water-rates

    2011- July 23 - Mtn Regional Water Rates 14% Increase
    Water rates were increased 7% and another 7% in a few months.


    2011-8-1-Water-rates-increased

     
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