Inspections

Inspection Requirements

  1. Developer/Contractor must give Granger-Hunter Improvement District (The District) a minimum of 24 hour's notice prior to all inspections. When scheduling inspections please note the following:
    • The District's inspection hours are from 7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., Monday - Thursday, excluding holidays
    • Inspections shall be scheduled by calling the District’s office at 801.968.3551.
    • No inspections will be scheduled from voice mail messages. If necessary please leave a message to call you back.
    • Additional inspection fees may be assessed if a District representative is dispatched, and the job is not inspection ready. Please give as much notice as possible for cancellations.
  2. All work completed that has not been inspected will be required to be uncovered and inspected prior to any final acceptance given for the project. Please not that:
    • Projects that have not been given a final acceptance letter will not be allowed to connect to the District’s water and sewer Utilities, and/or,
    • Projects that are connected to the District’s Utilities will be considered to be in default, and the connection will be terminated until final acceptance is given.
  3. In the event a stop work order is issued, the Developer/Contractor shall stop work and comply with all requirements set forth by the District’s inspectors

NOTE: It is the contractor’s sole responsibility to comply with all State of Utah, Salt Lake County, West Valley City, and GHID requirements and specifications.

Pre-Inspection Requirements

Work may commence when the following items are completed:

NOTE: It is the contractor’s sole responsibility to comply with all State of Utah, Salt Lake County, West Valley City, and GHID requirements and specifications. For GHID requirements and specifications please visit us at our office, go to our website or contact our Engineering department.

Water Shutdown Requirements

Water shutdowns may commence when all of the following items are completed:

  1. Developer/contractor has satisfied all pre-inspection requirements (see pre-inspection requirements for details).
  2. Developer/contractor has given Granger Hunter Improvement District (GHID) a minimum of 10 business days notice prior to any scheduled water shutdown.
    • If any problems arise with the scheduled water shutdown, GHID shall notify the contractor within the 10 business day time frame.
    • Proper notice and approval must be given for all water shutdowns (private and public).
    • All water shutdowns shall be scheduled on a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday between the hours of 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Any deviance from these dates and times will constitute an after-hours shutdown and may require additional notification time for approvals.
  3. After Granger Hunter has approved the proposed water shutdown:
    • Developer/contractor shall give all affected parties (i.e. residences, businesses, etc.) a minimum of 48 hours written notice prior to the scheduled shutdown.
    • It is the developer/contractors responsibility to meet all reasonable needs required by all affected parties (i.e. residences, businesses, etc.) prior to the scheduled water shutdown.
    • Only approved GHID personnel shall open or close all public water valves.

NOTE: It is the contractor’s sole responsibility to comply with all State of Utah, Salt Lake County, West Valley City, and GHID requirements and specifications

Demolition Authorization

This notice is the owner’s authorization to proceed with demolition of existing structures on the identified parcel subject to the following conditions:

  1. The owner and owners designated agent(s) shall comply with all Granger-Hunter Improvement District (District) specifications and requirements.
  2. All construction in the culinary water line and sanitary sewer line pipe zone shall comply with all District specifications and requirements.
  3. If culinary water services and sanitary sewer laterals are to be reused they shall abandoned at the property line in accordance with District standards. If the water and sewer laterals are not to be reused, they shall be abandoned at the main lines in accordance with District standards at the owner’s expense.
  4. If culinary water service and/or sanitary sewer lateral are to be reused for development, a detailed drawing showing the intended use must be provided. If it is determined by District inspectors that any portion of the existing culinary water service and/or sanitary sewer lateral does not meet current standards and specifications, the owner and owners designated agent(s) will be required to make improvements to the lines, bringing them into compliance, before final approval is given.
  5. Contractors shall be assessed a $75.00 inspection fee for each culinary water line abandonment and a $100.00 fee for each sanitary sewer line abandonment. All fees shall be paid and all inspections shall be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance of the desired inspection appointment.
  6. Property owner agrees to adhere to all demolition and abandonment requirements as stated.

NOTE: It is the contractor’s sole responsibility to comply with all State of Utah, Salt Lake County, West Valley City, and GHID requirements and specifications.

*Please download our Demolition Authorization Form as it requires several signatures to be collected before work can begin.

GHID General Notes

Downloadable Documents

Inspection Requirements
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Pre-Inspection Requirements
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Water Shutdown Requirements
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Demolition Authorization Form
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GHID General Notes
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Availability and Plans Submittal Application
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Liability and Workers Compensation Sample
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License and Permit Bond
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Central Valley Water Reclamation Facility Questionnaire
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