Take a look at what we are up to, managing Kane County’s water with a variety of projects and public works… past, present and future.
Useful information about Utah’s most precious natural resource… how to save it, and how to use it wisely.
Get updated on what’s in your water, where it is coming from and what the future looks like.
Watch meter barrel tutorials to troubleshoot water problems. Contact the Kane County Water Conservancy District for questions and further information.
Kane County Water Conservancy District was organized for the purpose of conserving and developing water for the beneficial use both domestically, and agriculturally within Kane County. KCWCD is entrusted to provide and plan for future water needs. We intend to design, finance, and construct: reservoirs, pipelines, water distribution systems, wells, drainage areas, and other improvements as necessary to utilize water supplies within Kane County for the benefit of its citizens. We currently supply water to nearly 3,000 residential and commercial users in the Duck Creek and Johnson Canyon areas. We have also constructed a reservoir and pipelines to help conserve and distribute irrigation water.