SECURING UTAH'S
ECONOMIC FUTURE
Utah needs an estimated $33 billion by 2060 to secure and develop our water delivery systems.

Findings

The Statewide Water Infrastructure Plan shows the following:

To support our growing population, We need $33 Billion through 2060

*Utah's population is expected to double by the year 2060
*These estimated costs assume that Utah's population will meet statewide conservation goals

Resources

Statewide Water Infrastructure Plan

Statewide Water Infrastructure Plan

Economics of Water

Economics of Water

Prepare60 Guide

Prepare60 Guide

Prepare60 Presentation

Prepare60 Presentation

About

Prepare60 is the center established by the four largest water conservancy districts to protect what we have, use it wisely, and provide for the future.

  • Protect what we have

    Protecting our existing water rights and maintaining our aging infrastructure is essential to providing a sustainable water supply to the public.

  • Use it wisely

    Using water efficiently is a top priority for Prepare60 and a responsibility for all Utah water users.

  • Provide for the future

    Providing for the future means meeting the needs of our own children and grandchildren. New local and regional water supplies will have to be developed even if conservation goals are met.

WORKING TOGETHER WE CAN MEET THE
NEEDS OF OUR CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN

Our Team

Gene Shawcroft

Central Utah
Water Conservancy District

Richard Bay

Jordan Valley
Water Conservancy District

Ronald Thompson

Washington County
Water Conservancy District

Tage Flint

Weber Basin
Water Conservancy District

Contact Us

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