Water Project 

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What is the Water Project?

Much of Nephi City's water distribution system is antiquated and undersized. In order to conform to the State of Utah Rules for Public Drinking Water Systems, it is necessary to upgrade and replace old pipelines, some of which have been in service for over 70 years. This will not only provide a more robust system, but it will expand capacity within the system as well. Along with the upgrades to the distribution system, Nephi will be adding two additional water storage tanks to meet the needs of current users and plan for additional growth. Upgrades to the city's chlorinating building and spring facilities will also be a part of this project. To assist with projected growth, the city has purchased a new well and refurbished an existing well to put it back into service.

Why is it needed?

The water system is in dire need of an upgrade and this project will provide it for most of the system. In addition, growth projections for East Juab County are significant for the next 40 years. In order to plan for this growth, the city needed to look for new water sources and improve the system of delivery.

Road Closure Sign

Construction Schedule

The project will start in October of 2018 and is estimated to last between 2 - 2 1/2 years. Work on the storage tanks and water lines on the outskirts of the city will occur first with pipeline replacement within the city beginning in the spring of 2019.

  • ROAD CLOSURE starting February 13, 2019, located at 1500 N from 200 West to 500 West starting today at noon until Friday, February 15, 2019, or possibly longer.
  • ROAD CLOSURES! We have a road closure 300 West to 500 South. Please use alternate route!
  • Construction is still being conducted on the well known as the "Worwood Well". Crew #1 is continuing work on 4 Mile Road from the City Water Tank. Please use CAUTION when traveling this road.
  • Roads at 100 South and 100 West on the Creek will be closed, please use alternate routes for these areas as work crews will have these areas under construction. Beginning November 30th until further notice.
  • Future Construction Notice:
         Road boring will be continue in certain areas. Please use caution at all roadwork signs.

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