138 West 1300 North, Sunset, UT 84015
   Phone: 801-774-6373
   E-Mail: office@davisweber.org     

   Hours: Monday-Friday  8:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m.


Davis and Weber Counties Canal Company (DWCCC) provides agricultural and secondary untreated water to Clinton and West Point, and a portion of South Weber, Layton and Kaysville. Maps of the DWCCC service areas are on both canal and secondary system tabs on this website. DWCCC receives water from the Weber River and both East Canyon and Echo Reservoirs.


See our map for more details.

Users North of 600 North and West of I-15 in Kaysville.

There is a capital facility project that has been under construction since March that is not complete. We are currently unable to pressurize the secondary water system North of 600 North (West of Fairfield) and all of west Kaysville (North of County Mill Drive and Smith/Roueche Lane. The Contractor, Nelson Brothers, has been trying to pressure test  large 30 inch pipelines without success. Once the pipes can hold pressure, then the pipe can be put into service. 

We apologize for the inconvenience and ask for your patience in this matter. We had planned for this segment of the project to be completed by April 1st. Our estimated service date is Friday, April 23rd, but hope to get things restored sooner.


The past water season was relatively an average snowpack and a very hot and dry summer. We ended the year with low storage and our current winter is not producing the snow we need. We are in a D3 Extreme Drought condition. We have determined that WE WILL END THE WATER SEASON EARLY ON OCTOBER 1ST DUE TO THE DROUGHT SITUATION. 

We continue to encourage efficient use of the water and conserve where possible. Please adjust your watering based on weather. Please strive to only water your yard based on its "need". The State website http://www.conservewater.utah.gov/ states "the typical Utah household will use twice as much water outside as necessary." We encourage all users to reference the State website for their weekly watering guide. The State has also updated their regional conservation goals https://water.utah.gov/regional-conservation-goals/). If you're interested in getting a rebate for smart controllers and other water efficient fixtures, see https://utahwatersavers.com/. Another potential measure is to delay any landscape projects that may require additional watering. 

The state requires metes on all new secondary water services and we have begun to retrofit existing services with meters. We are sending water use reports to those with meters in an effort to better educate the end user and better manage our limited water resources. Please contact us meters@davisweber.org and provide an email address so the report can be sent to you monthly. 

Thank you in advance for your wise water use efforts this upcoming water season, we want to continue the state ethic of efficiently using water in a wise manner. Check our website www.davisweber.org, for further updates or restrictions. Remember to ensure your system is secure and ready for service by March 29th prior to us pressurizing the system. Often there is no need to water until May. 

Davis and Weber Counties Canal Company


Please go to the Company tap for more details and application.

Secondary Metering Project 2020 - 2021

Davis and Weber Counties Canal Company received another Bureau of Reclamation WaterSMART grant to partially fund more secondary meters. Between January 2020 and April 2021, the contractor will install 600 secondary water meters. A mailer was sent to affected properties, and a door hanger will be placed roughly 2 days in advance of the work happening at your property.





Secondary   (801) 698-6374
Canal           (801) 698-5880

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Secondary Area's Down for Service

Construction Projects

Secondary Water System Pressures

When everyone demands from the pressure system, pressures are lower. We note that there is less demand on the system between 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., as well as 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. If you are able to adjust your watering time outside the peak time period (late night, early morning) then you'll experience better pressures. We have completed capital facilities plans and are implementing some improvements.

Recommended Watering Schedule

If your house number ends in:
0, 1, 2, 3- Water on Monday and Thursday
4, 5, 6- Water on Tuesday and Friday
7, 8, 9- Water on Wednesday and Saturday

It is recommended that you water at any time on your
scheduled day except between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Rebate Offer

Utah Water Savers is offering a rebate if you install a smart controller on you sprinkler system. For more information visit there website at (Utah Water Savers Rebate Program).

Secondary Meter Users E-Mails

Do you have a secondary water meter? We'd like to email you a monthly report during the water season so you know how much water is being used at your property. Please send us your name, email, and address so that we can begin emailing you the water usage report. Please email meters@davisweber.org now. Knowing your use will help you manage your water use. We want to continue the state ethic of efficiently using the water in a wise manner. Thank You 


Layton and South Weber Users

If you provide us an email address, we can send an annual invoice via email for you to click on a link to pay online with an electronic check.

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