Mountain Regional Water Special Service District
The District was created in 2000 by the Summit County Commission (now Council) to regionalize water service in the Snyderville Basin by consolidating several failing water companies. The District now employs over 30 people and covers almost 40 square miles which includes;
- 130 miles of water lines
- 19 groundwater wells
- one surface water diversion
- 140 pumps with 39 water pressure zones ranging from 6,000 feet to 9,300 feet.
The District currently serves over 5,000 customers and in addition to those customers, the District provides irrigation water for three golf courses and wholesale water to other water companies. In 2021, the District produced over 6,000 acre-feet of water.
Mountain Regional Water District will continue to be a recognized model for regional water resource quality and innovation. We will be respected and trusted by our customers and stakeholders for our leadership in delivering sustainable water services to the thriving communities within our secure stewardship. We will become more responsive while providing safe and reliable water services that meet or exceed all current and future regulatory demands. And we will strive to honor our fiscal, human resources, and caring attention given to every single person we encounter.
To provide high-quality water and exceptional service in a safe, reliable, efficient, and sustainable manner.
Our Core Values
Core values serve as simple broad organizational principles which continually guide decision making and influence how we conduct our day-to-day lives. Even these can be summarized into a simple three word “Motto” we often use in public presentations and documents. Namely:
Quality — Reliability — Sustainability