We are a body of citizens charged with the task of leadership on an issue historically central to the development in Iron County: water.
Since the formation of Central Iron County Water Conservancy District in 1997, we have made great strides in bringing together the available water in the area to promote a stabilized water system. Our work to upgrade faltering water systems, ensure adequate water is available where needed, and that the available water is of the highest quality has helped provide regional stabilization to the water supply.
In planning for the future water needs of the area, we have worked with various engineering firms to research feasibility options for additional means of providing water to the region. We understand the continued need for a reliable source of water and are committed to working from a solid knowledge base toward the regionalization of water to promote more stable, reliable sources.
We recognize the importance of building a regional water infrastructure as the area evolves from agricultural to urban land uses. A comprehensive, regional water district that can provide regional management of the water basin under an overall ground water management plan is the key to positive community development, and proper management of this limited natural resource.
Our efforts today will shape the stability and reliability of water in the region for future generations.
Central Iron County Water Conservancy District is responsible for providing water to residents living within the Cedar Valley Basin. View a map of the service area
, defined by the State of Utah, as the responsibility of Central Iron County Water Conservancy District.
As an established water conservancy district, CICWCD must prepare a variety of reports and documents, many of which are submitted to the State of Utah.
The concern for water quality, conservation and efficient management is the chief responsibility of Central Iron County Water Conservancy District. Established in 1997, the District carefully evaluates the existing and future water supplies to maintain the highest possible level of purity for the District.