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Check here often for the most up-to-date information regarding water breaks, service outages, and other water or wastewater issues.

 

Coronavirus

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Effective Monday, May 4, 2020

As Utah begins to ease restrictions on the closure of local businesses, Granger-Hunter is committed to the well-being of our staff and customers. We are taking the necessary precautions to protect our customers and employees before we reopen our front lobby. In the meantime, our drive-up window will be open effective Monday, May 4th to assist customers. You can always utilize our website by visiting us at www.ghid.org. As always, our dedicated customer service team remains available to assist our customers at 801-968-3551.

 

Spring Water Demand - 04.28.2020

In preparation for spring water demand, we are introducing additional water sources into our water distribution system. During this time, you may experience discolored water. If so, open the cold-water faucet in the bathtub all the way open, full force, with the drain open, for about 15 minutes. Most dirty water situations will clear up in this time. If not, turn the water off, wait 10-15 minutes, and repeat the flushing again. If your water continues to remain discolored, please call us at 801-968-3551.

 

 4100 S. road construction

Granger-Hunter Improvement District, in partnership with West Valley City, is upgrading waterlines along 4100 South ahead of construction of the new roadway. As part of this project, we are working with the contractor as they disconnect old waterlines, connect new ones and loop existing pipelines around the new storm drain. This may cause discolored water or even changes in taste and smell as water sources are changed and the system stabilizes. In addition, trapped air that appears white or grey may be present. Please remember that the water will return to normal after a short period of time. However, if you do notice a change, please contact us so we can try to minimize disruptions as much as possible. And as always, thank you for your patience as we make improvements to our system.