Pressure Irrigation / Secondary Water
Kaysville City has pressure irrigation systems running throughout. There are three different companies that have systems in the city. They are Benchland, Davis and Weber Canal Company, and Haights Creek. Use the map below to locate your service provider. The button below will take you to a static map of the system.
View the Irrigation Boundaries Map (PDF)
Benchland Water District
485 E Shepard Lane
Kaysville, Utah 84037
Davis and Weber Counties Canal Company
138 W 1300 North
Clearfield, Utah 84015
Haights Creek Irrigation
820 E 200 North
Kaysville, Utah 84037
Water Start-Up and Shut-Off Dates
Secondary water (outside water) service providers will begin to flush and pressurize secondary water systems beginning approximately April 1st. All residents should ensure that their secondary water values are closed before that time! It is the user's responsibility to ensure that your system is secure and ready to receive water by April 1st.
Secondary water service will begin approximately April 15th, weather permitting. Additional time may be needed to repair leaks and charge all the lines within the area.
The service season typically ends on approximately October 15th and the system is drained.
Drought conditions may limit the supply of irrigation water available. Your use of water conservation practices will extend the availability of the irrigation supply. During drought conditions be alert to all notices of restriction of use or limitation of service.
Please turn off sprinklers during and after rainstorms. Outside watering is not allowed between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
We encourage wise water use and recommend referencing the State Division of Water Resources Conservation
Outside Water in Winter
Secondary water providers will be winterizing the system beginning October 15th. After this date the system will not be active until spring. Residents with pressurized irrigation, please leave your individual shut-off values in the "open" position to allow for proper drainage of the system. Each irrigation system must be completely drained to prevent damage to the system components caused by water freezing inside the pipes, sprinklers and values.