- Parks & Recreation
- Services & Information
Lehi’s pressurized irrigation system provides irrigation water to residents and businesses as well as the fire suppression system throughout the city.
The Lehi City irrigation system provides water to the city’s fire hydrants. Because of this, the system is active year round. Property owners should turn irrigation water on at the point of the city connection in the spring and turn it off in the fall.
Watch this tutorial by Matt Dalton of the Water Department to learn how turn your system on and off.
According to the Utah Division of Water Resources, Utah uses the most water per capita in the United States but receives the second lowest amount of annual rainfall. Utah’s population is expected to double by 2065. Unless our habits change, our water supply will not be able to sustain the demand. Help us conserve now to prepare for the future.
The Lehi City Water Shortage Management Plan is intended to protect and preserve public health, welfare, and safety in the event of a water shortage. This plan augments and supports the Lehi City Water Conservation Plan and other relevant city ordinances.