Kingston (Utah) Drinking Water Source Protection Plan
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These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
In 1998 Jones and DeMille Engineering prepared a document called Drinking Water Source Protection Plan for the Kingston town council. This volume describes the water source for Kingston and details all aspects of maintaining it. Information includes maps and diagrams of the community and water sources, well source information, aquifer test results, sanitization information, listings of possible potential contamination sources, well driller's reports, contingency plans for water rationing and decontamination, and reports from the Department of Environmental Quality. This document also includes the drinking water source protection ordinance which was adopted by the Kingston town council.
Council minutes from Kingston (Utah), Series 23958, contain a record of the proceedings of the council responsible for creating the protection plan, however the minutes during this period are to vague to provide much additional information.
Ordinances and resolutions from Kingston (Utah), Series 23959, include additional ordinances and resolutions adopted by the Kingston town council.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
The Drinking Water Source Protection Plan was microfilmed at Southern Utah University under the direction of Utah State Archives in January 2002 and processed by Rosemary Cundiff in February 2002.
Indexes: This document includes both a table of contents and an index.
- Drinking water—Standards—Kingston (Utah).
- Water quality management—Kingston (Utah).