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Public Works - Water Division

Lindon's water for culinary uses, originates from springs East of the City and wells located throughout the City. Lindon City also has installed a pressurized irrigation system City-wide to accommodate the ever-growing need for water. Secondary residential pumping facilities are also found throughout Lindon. The secondary water is billed monthly and the water is supplied through the canals during the summer months. Make sure your children do not drink this water, as it is only meant to be used outside on trees, plants, bushes, and lawns and is not treated. Early in the spring, the canals (North Union Irrigation Company, Hollow Water Irrigation Company, Cobbley Ditch Irrigation Company and the Salt Lake Aqueduct) supply the Lindon reservoirs with secondary water

Drinking Water Quality Report

The link below contains the Lindon City Water Quality Report (2019 calendar year).

2019 Drinking Water Quality Report


Matt Winward
Water Division Superintendent 

Kyle Jensen
Water System Operator
Derrick Rowberry
Water System Operator 

Matt Allinson
Water System Operator

Secondary Water Information

Also, please remember the city policy is no outdoor watering between the hours of 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.  Studies have shown that 50% of water used during daytime hours is lost to evaporation. Watering on an every 3rd-day schedule is generally adequate for well-established lawns. Please remember to turn off automatic sprinklers when it is raining.

Warning:  The secondary water is untreated water from canals, ditches and springs.  DO NOT DRINK from a secondary water connection, and do not connect the secondary system to the culinary water system in any way.  Cross-connections have the potential to contaminate your home drinking water and the city’s culinary water system!

Thank you for your help and cooperation this watering season.  If you have any questions, please call the Public Works offices at 801-796-7954.

The Utah Division of Water Resources is also publishing that no irrigation is needed yet for healthy plant growth. Check out their website updates here: