The Water Division is dedicated to providing safe, clean drinking water. Every effort is made to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and Local laws for water quality, and service. The Water Division strives to better our community through prompt, reliable and knowledgeable service. It is our goal to continue providing small town, personal service even as our city continues to grow.
South Jordan purchases all of the drinking water from Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District whose main water sources include Deer Creek and Jordenelle reservoirs, and the Provo River watershed, as well as some groundwater sources.
Aspects of Water in South Jordan
- Water Hardness - 7 to 10 grains per gallon, “Hard”
- Water pH - 7.75 average
- Fluoride is added to the water as required by the Salt Lake County Health Department
- Sprinkler systems should be designed for a max water pressure of 40 pounds per square inch, regardless of the exact pressure to your property
South Jordan City is dedicated to providing our residents and customers with safe, clean, drinking water. Maintaining a backflow prevention program is one of the ways the City accomplishes this goal.
My Water Use
The City recently upgraded the water meter reading system, which now offers residents the ability to access their water usage data online.
If you have construction projects that will be performed in the community, please first be aware of a few things.
Preventing Frozen Pipes
The winter months mean freezing outdoor temperatures which can cause water lines to freeze. Frozen pipes can burst and cause extensive water damage.
The City of South Jordan provides secondary water to a portion of the city through gravity-fed and a pressurized piped system.
The South Jordan City Water Division is dedicated to providing safe, clean drinking water.
Customer Water Portal
This leads you to the sign up or login for the South Jordan Customer Water Portal, where you can track your water use.
Pure SoJo is a water purification demonstration project.
Water Smart SoJo
South Jordan City's Water Conservation Website