- Maintain high drinking water, storm-water and wastewater quality.
- Sustain Salt Lake City's water resources for current and future generations.
- Plan for and adapt to climate change.
- Comprehensive plan to address environmental protection, transportation, wilderness, and other uses of the Wasatch Canyons.
- Acres of Wasatch watershed lands preserved in perpetuity.
- Existence of a formal, cross jurisdictional watershed collaborative.
- Aggregate water use.
- Formal storm-water control measures for Salt Lake City.
- Storm water Quality Management Plan.
- Number of riparian improvement projects completed on Jordan River and city creeks.
- Wastewater Reclamation Facility and NACWA compliance record.
- Climate Adaptation planning.
- Drinking Water Standards.
- City working with coalition of stakeholders on planning process for Wasatch Canyons.
- 26,000 acres in 2012.
- No formal organization in 2011.
- 219 gallons of water/customer in 2011.
- No specific measures in place in 2011.
- Operating under 2006 plan.
- Corridor assessments completed on City creeks in 2011.
- Fourteen years of full water quality compliance and National Association of Clean Water Agencies’ Platinum Award.
- Research and collaboration in 2011.
- Water Conservation Master Plan last updated in 2009.
- Well within Safe Drinking Water Act standards in 2011.
- Published plan or plans that address future land use and transportation in canyons, and establishes decision making framework.
- 28,500 acres in 2015 (an increase of 2,500 acres).
- The Wasatch Water Legacy Partnership has been created and is working collaboratively in 2015.
- 1% per year average reduction in water use to meet Utah Lake System Contract.
- Formal storm-water control measures for reducing sediment, suspended solids and nutrients adopted.
- Updated plan adopted.
- Complete assessment of Jordan River, implement 15 projects on the Jordan River and/or creeks.
- Continue operations to allow compliance and continued NACWA Platinum Award.
- Climate adaptation incorporated into water resource planning processes by 2015.
- Updated Water Conservation Master Plan.
- Continue to meet federal and state Safe Drinking Water Act standards.
- Mountain Accord update.
- 26,000 acres of watershed lands preserved as of 2014.
- Organization was formed in 2012 and meets quarterly. Several subcommittees meet more frequently.
- In 2014, 196 gallons of water per customer was delivered.
- In 2015, 8 minimum control measure are being implemented.
- Plan development is underway and is expected to be completed by October 2015.
- In 2014, several projects are under construction.
- Received NACWA's Platinum 20 Award for 20 years of permit compliance.
- Plan development underway.
- The updated Water Conservation Master Plan has been adopted by the City Council.
- Standards continue to be met.