Central Utah Water Conservancy District

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Diamond Fork Creek and Sixth Water Creek
Instream Flow Studies

In 2015, the Central Utah Water Conservancy District, Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Commission, and United States Department of the Interior, Central Utah Project Completion Act Office, as Joint Lead Agencies (JLAs), determined that winter instream flows for Diamond Fork River can no longer be delivered from the Sixth Water Flow Control Structure. The JLAs then implemented a funding agreement with Utah State University (USU) scientists to conduct studies during 2016-2018 to determine desired instream flow regimes to maximize ecological health on the river systems.


Click this link to download the final report documenting the research team's findings and recommendations: Final Report

Later this summer and fall, the JLAs will engage stakeholders in the decision-making process about implementing the recommendations. Check back for announcements about upcoming engagement opportunities.

Newsletters & Flow Updates

Click here to see the current flow conditions on Sixth Water Creek:Sixth Water Creek

Click here to see the current flow conditions on Diamond Fork River:Diamond Fork River

Diamond Fork Fall & Winter Flows
March 2019 Newsletter
April 2018 Newsletter
April 2017 Newsletter


Background

For more background information, click here



Environmental Document

October 1, 2015

The Categorical Exclusion Checklist was signed on October 1, 2015 and is available for download.

Diamond Fork Project Map

October 1, 2015

An overall project plan for the Diamond Fork System is can be downloaded here.

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Diamond Fork River and Sixth Water Creek Instream Flow Studies
Central Utah Water
1426 E 750 N Suite 400
Orem, UT 84097
P: (801)226-7100
E: sarah@cuwcd.com
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