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The Magna Water and Sewer District is committed to serving the needs of the Township of Magna residents, businesses, and visitors by providing high-quality drinking water and wastewater disposal services while planning for future economic growth. More About Us...

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UPDATE: Secondary Water Irrigation Season Ending

September 15, 2022

UPDATE: MWD will begin to shut down the secondary water system starting Monday, September 26th. We had hoped to remain active untill the 30th but with the canal shut down, continued customer usage, and warmer temperatures our reservoirs have been depleted sooner than anticipated.

 

The Utah and Salt Lake Canal Company has decided to shut down water supply on September 23, 2022 to the Utah and Salt Lake Canal. The canal company made this decision based on the critically low water levels of Utah Lake and diminishing water quality.

How does this affect Magna Water District?

The canal is Magna Water District’s main source of water for the Secondary Water System. Usually, the outdoor...

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It's October & Time to Consider the Following...

It's October & Time to Consider the Following...

October 03, 2022

Can you Imagine A Day Without Water?

Water is, in short, invaluable. Although it is a resource that is essential for all life, it is easy to forget how inner-woven water is in our daily life. Water is a cup of coffee, a quick shower, a green lawn, or a glass of iced tea.

These are simple pleasures in life, but although they are simple, they require many gallons of water! 

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