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State Website

Division of Water Resources Conservation Program - Get information about the state's efforts to conserve water. Learn about upcoming water conservation events. Take the H2Oath (Utah's water-wise pledge).
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Utah Water Savers

Water Conservation Rebates - Learn how to protect water resources and participate in events and programs that will allow you to save money and water.
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Davis & Weber Counties Canal Company

Davis and Weber Counties Canal Company (DWCCC) provides agricultural and secondary untreated water to Layton. Find information about the extreme drought conditions.
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Conservation Garden Park

Waterwise Plants for Utah - Get ideas and tools for landscaping. Find plants that are waterwise in their database of more than 1,000 plants that have been tried and tested.
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Lawn Water Audit

Get a free customized irrigation schedule. Have a trained water evaluator visit your home and asess the needs of your property.
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Weber Basin

Water Conservation Learning Garden - Visit the learning garden here in Layton at 2873 E Hwy 193. Take a class on gardening, making the most of your park strip, or waterwise landscaping.

Social Media Water Conservation Resources


Message from the Mayor [April 26, 2021]:

The Mayor talks with Steve Jackson, the City Engineer about water regulations, useage, and resources. Jackson also talks about what measures the city is taking to meet or exceed the water conservation goals set by the state.

Message from the Mayor [April 19, 2021]:

On this week's Monday with the Mayor, I chat with Dave Price, Director of Layton City Parks and Recreation about water conservation. It was also interesting to hear from JoEllen Grandy, Layton City Parks Planner, about the new design for our parks.

Message from the Mayor [April 12, 2021]:

It was an honor to sit down with Tage Flint, CEO of the Weber Basin Conservancy District, to discuss our water situation now and into the future.