Spanish Fork Public Works Week: Water
"The Spanish Fork Water Division has done an incredible job protecting and securing our water supply and limiting water loss through our system." -Mayor Leifson
The Water Division of Public Works has worked hard to reduce unaccounted-for water waste. The national average of unaccounted-for water is about 25%. In the City, we have been able to cut this unaccounted for water waste in half to just over 10%. Practices like leak detection, replacing old water lines, and better metering have been part of this achievement.
Another very successful program to conserve water-the Rachio smart controller. Anyone with an existing sprinkler system can go to the City website and sign up to have a new smart sprinkler system controller professionally installed for free. This controller will monitor the weather and help ensure that sprinklers are not wasting water. Visit spanishfork.org/conservewater to sign up and get other conservation tips!