CICWCD Service Area

Subdivisions and Water Lines


Application For Service and Terms
*If you are applying for service at Cross Hollow Hills please contact our office at 435.865.9901 or

Fire Hydrant Use Application

Application for Automatic Payment Service APS

Line Extension/Connection Requirements

2020-01-06 Requirements to hook onto the CICWCD water system

Water Right Acceptance Process

Please contact our office for more details if you would like to connect to the District line.

Construction Standards & Specs

CICWCD Culinary Water System Construction Specifications

CICWCD District Standard Details

Thrust Block

Meter Connection

Fire Hydrant

Water Valve Blowoff

Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR)

CCR – Chekshani Cliffs – 2019

CCR – Main System – 2019

CCR – Cedar Highlands – 2019

Water Hardness

Main System Water Hardness 2017

Cedar Highlands Water Hardness 2017

Chekshani Cliffs Water Hardness 2017

Financial Statements

​CICWCD strives to be transparent in all accounting procedures​. Water District finances are presented and discussed in the monthly Board of Directors meeting, which is held at the Cedar City Council Chamber, 10 N Main Street, Cedar City Utah 84720 at 6:30 pm.

Sign up to receive meeting notifications on Utah’s Public Notice Website, where meetings are posted monthly in accordance with Utah Code 52-4-202​

Financial documents are available upon request at 88 East Fiddlers Canyon Road Ste. A, Cedar City, Utah 84721 or 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When do bills come out and when are they due?

Bills come out the first week every month and are due by the 25th of each month.

  • How often are meters read and how are they read?

Meters are read at the end of each month. Each meter has a fast pulse on it that transmits the reading via radio signal to our meter reading device. If a reading seems off, the meter lid is lifted and manually read to confirm.

  • How can I keep my bills from getting too high in the Summer?

CICWCD bills customers on a tiered schedule. Using above 30,000 gallons in a month increases bills significantly because each 1,000 gallons are $2.78. The rate is even higher after using 60,000 gallons. The best way to keep your bill from getting too high is to check for leaks (especially in your sprinkler system) and avoid over-watering in the summer. The Division of Water Resources and Slow the Flow put out a weekly Lawn Watering Guide that recommends how many times to water each week.

  • I just had a major leak. Is there anything that can help lower my bill?

CICWCD offers a one-time leak relief credit. If you have a large leak, bring in your receipt showing the repair (a receipt from your plumber, landscaper, or the parts you purchased and fixed yourself). If approved, the gallons used will be charged at the lowest tier often bringing down the bill total significantly.

  • I noticed a fee on my bill, what is it for?

$7-Penalty fee for late payment/unpaid bill

$20-Returned payment or bad check fee

$30-Nuisance fee when a customer calls right before water has been shut off

$100-Disconnection/Reconnect fee when water is shut off due to delinquent account

  • What is the one-time paperless billing credit? 

Customers who decide to receive their bills via email and sign up for auto pay are eligible to receive a one-time $31 credit to their water account. If interested, call CICWCD at 435-865-9901.

  • How do I check out a fire hydrant meter?
  1. Fill out this application
  2. Pay the refundable deposit over the phone or in the office
  3. Pick up the hydrant meter from CICWCD’s office