WATER CONSERVATION PLAN
FLIP THE STRIP - PARK STRIP GRASS REMOVAL
We have had such a great response to this program that we are currently booked out. Please check back next spring (2022) to see if this will be available. Thank you
Smart Controller Rebates
Receive a rebate for up to $75 when you purchase an eligible WaterSense-labeled smart controller. Smart controllers reduce water waste by automatically adjusting how often and how long a landscape is watered based on local weather and landscape conditions. Visit https://utahwatersavers.com/Program/6/smart-controller
Syracuse City provides an irrigation water service to it’s residents. All new secondary laterals are one inch and include meters. Most homes built prior to 2019 have access to a 3/4 inch secondary water line. If you would like to upgrade to a 1 inch secondary line, please fill out the papers at City Hall. There is a fee for this service.
Secondary Water Valves
A city-owned secondary water valve is usually placed in the park-strip in close proximity to the property line. This valve is provided as a point of connection for the resident. Tampering with any City owned utility is strictly prohibited. (Ordinance 4.25.150) Residents need to install an additional valve in close proximity to the Cities valve, in order to maintain their system. Because the water is untreated, we recommend that a filter be placed just after the residents shut off valve.
When you have installed your sprinkler system, and are ready for the water to be turned on, please call our office at 801-825-7235, and we will be happy to turn it on for you.
Secondary water lines will have full pressure May 1st, and will be turned off September 20th.
Wasting water is prohibited (Ordinance. 4-25-130). We encourage you to check your own system periodically for leaks or broken heads. Known leaks are required to be repaired within fifteen days of notification. Please contact Public Works if you observe any wasteful watering.
If you notice any leaks that are not from your own sprinkler system, please call the Public Works Department at 801-825-7235.