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Posted on: July 18, 2023

The Importance of Water Conservation in South Jordan's Future Growth

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The City of South Jordan, as one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation, is faced with the challenge of ensuring a reliable source of water for its residents and businesses, even as demand for water continues to rise.

The city has been a leader in responding to severe drought in Utah, creating one of most effective municipal water conservation programs in the state. This program is designed to help residents conserve water by offering rebates for water-wise fixtures and landscaping, as well as a $20 credit on water bills for residents who sign up for the customer water portal. The portal allows residents to monitor their water consumption, set goals, and detect leaks, making it easier for them to conserve water.

In addition to its residential water conservation program, South Jordan is also pursuing policy options to reduce water usage. The City Council passed an ordinance that prohibits grass in park strips in new developments and provides recommendations for water-wise yards. The city has also established partnerships with local schools and businesses to promote water conservation.

One of the new avenues for ensuring water security is the City’s water purification demonstration project —PureSoJo—  the first of its kind in Utah. The project facility uses state-of-the-art technology to purify recycled water. This is yet another avenue to ensure the future water supply of the city.

It is important to note that South Jordan’s water conservation efforts are not just about mitigating the effects of drought but also about promoting long-term sustainability. The city recognizes that its rapid growth will lead to increased demand for water and is taking proactive steps to ensure that it can meet the needs of its residents in the future. By promoting responsible water use and investing in innovative technologies, South Jordan is demonstrating its commitment to the environment and the well-being of its citizens.

The City of South Jordan has been a leader in water conservation efforts in Utah, and is continuing to expand its programs and policies to ensure a sustainable future. Through its residential water conservation program, policy initiatives, and innovative water purification facility, the city is setting an example for other municipalities to follow. By working together to conserve water, we can ensure that future generations will have access to this precious resource.

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