2022 Water Quality Report
Each year the Kearns Improvement District (KID) has the opportunity to publish a report on how well we have met the requirements of the state and federal regulations regarding the delivery of one our most precious resources -safe, clean, and reliable drinking water.
Simply put, KID has met or exceeded all regulatory requirements in the delivery of our community’s water.
The water is continually sampled and tested to ensure its quality as it is delivered to each of you, our customers.
We are encouraged by the abundant snowfall this winter that will help restore our depleted lakes and reservoirs. However, despite the moisture we have received, we are still in a drought. We encourage you to please continue to conserve. On our website, kearnsid.org, we have published tips and conservation grant opportunities that will help you in this effort. Our water for tomorrow begins by conserving today!
The EPA and the Utah Division of Drinking Water have mandated that all water providers inventory and determine if their District’s water system contains lead piping. Lead piping in a water system can be detrimental to the health of the consumer. Currently, KID is actively investigating our water system piping. To date we have not found any water mains or service laterals made of lead. We would invite you to visit our website at kearnsid.org and click on the Lead & Copper Rule (LCR) tab to view an informational video about the LCR, and to track our efforts in this endeavor.
In the topics below, we have tried to anticipate the questions or concerns that you may have regarding our water. If the answer to a question you have is not answered, please feel free to contact me or John Lawson, our Water Quality Specialist, at (801) 968-1011, and we will provide the information you need. Our commitment and promise to our customers, our employees, and our community is that you will know that KID CARES!
F. Greg Anderson, PE General Manager/CEOWater Quality Report 2022.pdf