To receive safe and reliable water service, developers and customers of Mountain Regional Water must follow District standards and regulations. Likewise, the District must also comply with many strict State and Federal EPA regulations as well. Be advised that any of these rules, regulations, and standards may be changed with little or no notice. This page provides access to many of the standards we ALL must follow:
Key Water Regulations
Construction Standard Drawings
- 1. Trench in Road Details
- 2. Roadless Trench Details
- 3. Typical Service Connection Details
- 4. 1.5" to 2" Service Connection Details
- 5. 3"- 4" Large Service Details
- 6. Fire Hydrant Details
- 7. Typical Valve Details
- 8. Typical Valve Box Details
- 9. Thrust Block Details
- 10. Air Release Valve Details
- 11. 2" Washout Valve Details
- 12. Dead End Service Details
- 13. Pressure Reducing Station Details
- Complete Drawing PDF Book
- Complete Details ACAD Format
- PRV Station Details ACAD Format
Our Water Quality Standards and Related Public Information
Mountain Regional Water District is regulated by Federal EPA and State of Utah Division of Drinking Water Regulations. While we have our own high standards, we are also in TOTAL COMPLIANCE with the many rules that govern us - and we are listed by the State of Utah as an APPROVED drinking water system.
Our water service meets and exceeds the highest quality standards set by the State Utah and the EPA. Water Quality is tested at least monthly, and more frequently at our state-of-the art water treatment plant lab. To comply with all State and Federal regulations, Mountain Regional tests for nearly 100 contaminants. Water quality data is accessible below, including a copy of our annually published Consumer Confidence Reports. The outcomes of our testing regimens is presented in these Annual Consumer Confidence Report. This EPA requires that this report be published annually and it represents our system's compliance and testing results for the previous period.
The standards that we must follow our very stringent and complex. All of our operations staff are State of Utah certified for the level of service that is required for our large Water District. Quality of water service is our commitment and our profession. Below are links which can assist you in understanding the standards we follow, as well as information to help in the event of a water emergency. Contact us if you need any other help, information or assistance.
understanding of the Safe Drinking Water Act can be found here.
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