Beginning May 4, 2010, our office will again be open to the public.  We continue to encourage social distancing and ask that you comply with State and Local guidelines regarding health.  Our staff is making great efforts to ensure that frequently touched surfaces are cleaned and disenfected.  We look forward to opening our doors again and thank you all for your patience and understanding.

Covid 19 and my Water

Covid-19 or the coronavirus is spreading rapidly across the world and will eventually make it to our community as well.  We would like to share some information with you, our valued customers.

  • Covid-19 and other viruses are inactivated by chlorine in the drinking water.  We meet, and exceed state and EPA standards in regards to disinfection.   Your water is, and will continue to be safe to consume.
  • We are preparing as a district to ensure essential services continue in the event of virus transmission to the area.
  • We strongly encourage you to take the needed precautions to avoid contracting and transmitting the virus when it does arrive.
  • In this digital age, the vast majority of your needs can be fulfilled without the need of coming to the office.  You can pay your bill online or over the phone, and you can always mail a check or drop payment in the drop box.  Needed applications can be downloaded and submitted from home, and service orders can be generated when you call in.  You can even use our contact us page for non emergencies and we can respond to your request.
  •  We can't provide you with toilet paper, but we will strive to continue to provide the very best service we can.

About Us

Our History

Ashley Valley Water & Sewer Improvement District is a local district formed by Uintah County to furnish water and sewer service to the unincorporated area outside Vernal City including incorporated Naples City. It was formed in 1974 under title 17, chapter 6 Utah Code. In 1982 it began to operate and service the area outside the city, this area was formally operated by Vernal City and Naples City. The original water system was built in 1962 by the Bureau of Reclamation as part of the Central Utah Water Steinaker Project, and the lines put in by Naples and Glines before 1962. The service area covers from 3300 north to 5800 south and 3500 west to 3500 east, an area of 9 miles by 7 miles and just over 160 miles of potable water line. The sewer system was built in 1982 as part of an EPA project. Ashley Valley Water & Sewer, Vernal City and Maeser Water Improvement District built lagoons and a joint sewer lagoon system, later replaced by an oxidation ditch treatment plant. Ashley Valley currently has over 3,400 sewer connections and over 5,000 water connections.

Our Services

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Water Distribution

Preventative Maintenance

Wastewater Collections

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Wastewater Collections

Preventative Maintenance

Wastewater Collections

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Preventative Maintenance

Preventative Maintenance

Preventative Maintenance

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Water Treatment

Cross-Connection Control

Cross-Connection Control

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Cross-Connection Control

Cross-Connection Control

Cross-Connection Control

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Accounting & Billing

Cross-Connection Control

Accounting & Billing

Contact Us

Better yet, see us in person!

We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.

Ashley Valley Water and Sewer Improvement District

609 West Main Street, Vernal, Utah 84078, United States

4357899400

Hours

Open today

08:00 am – 05:00 pm

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