Water projects in Salt Lake, Duchesne, Utah and Garfield counties will receive $569,000 in money approved by the Utah Board of Water Resources.
North Dry Creek Irrigation Co., Salt Lake County, was authorized $196,000 to help pay for upgrading a culinary water system and installing a gravity pressure secondary irrigation system.Moon Lake Water Users Association, Duchesne County, will receive $189,000 for repair work at flow gates on Moon Lake Dam.
Spring Lake Water Works Co., Utah County, was authorized $132,000 to improve the Spring Lake culinary water system.
Henrieville, near Bryce Canyon National Park in Garfield County, received $52,000 to help pay for improvements to the town's culinary water system. The community is asking the Community Impact Board, Farmers Home Administration and Resource Conservation and Development grants to help pay for the $295,000 project.
In other action, the board approved a $33,000 grant to Teasdale Irrigation Co., Wayne County, to pay for replacing a pipeline. Smithfield Irrigation Co., Cache County, received $157,00 to help construct the first phase of a lawn and garden system in Smithfield.
Spring Creek Water Co., Cache County, received $45,000 for a pipeline project during the board's June meeting.