It's always a good feeling when winter storms bring snow to Utah's mountains, especially when the state's drought has been so severe that the governor declared a state of emergency not long ago. All this snow is helping! Precipitation totals for the... (Read More)
We recently received reports of people posing as Granger-Hunter Improvement District employees and trying to gain entrance to homes by saying they need to perform water testing.
We want you to know that our employees always will be wearing a... (Read More)
Maybe water isn't your favorite thing. It can seem plain and less than exciting. But, it has a lot of health benefits you shouldn't be ignoring. If you're feeling sluggish or cranky, it could actually be dehydration speaking. So, why aren't you... (Read More)
You may have noticed on your January billing, there is a slight rise in our water and wastewater rates. As we explained when first proposing the hike, it is something we took under deep consideration, even holding a public hearing in early... (Read More)
Are you heading for the slopes? Despite the challenges we face with decreasing snowfall and drought conditions, our ski resorts are drawing attention in a big way.
Four of Utah’s resorts are listed among 2018’s top winter destinations... (Read More)
Bet that caught your attention! We love a bargain, even if we don’t always recognize one. But in this case, “buy one, get one free” describes how saving energy conserves water, and vice versa, according to the editor of a book exploring the... (Read More)
Bet you didn’t know Dec. 26 is National Whiner’s Day, huh? By then, knowing how most holiday seasons play out, we’ll have plenty to grumble about. Or, we can make another choice. Why not channel that pent-up energy to make a real difference in... (Read More)
In case you haven’t heard, our main building is open again, along with the entrance and parking lot on its south side. Our RV dump is open, too, bringing a pair of renovations to a close.
And that just taps a year spent bringing positive change... (Read More)
Phew! We survived the drought. Without watering our lawns, irrigating our crops and doing all the recreational activities that stretch our water reserves during the summer months, we can breathe a little easier.
The last thing we need to... (Read More)