Water and Power Board Administrative records
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
Scope and Content
The Utah Water and Power Board was established in 1947 and tasked with the responsibility of promoting the orderly and timely planning, conservation, development, utilization, and protection of Utah's water resources. The board was responsible for managing water resources in the state of Utah, as well as working with other state governments in the management of inter-state water sharing issues. The record series terminates at the same time the Utah Water and Power Board was replaced by the Utah Board of Water Resources (a regulatory board currently administered by the Utah Division of Water Resources).This series contains a variety of administrative records including unpublished reports, project reports, contracts, project outlines, and policy statements that show how the Utah Water and Power Board operated.
Chronological by date.
Correspondence from the Water and Power Board, Series 2561, contains correspondence records that may relate to the issues discussed in this series.
Minutes from the Water and Power Board, Series 12314, provide official minutes of the Water and Power Board that reflect many of the issues that are present in this series.
Publications from the Water and Power Board, Series 22695, contains publications that contain information that relates to the issues discussed in this series.
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.
This series was processed by Jim Kichas in November 2011.
|1||1||1947||Preliminary Report - Utah Water and Power Board - Three Creeks Project - Beaver County|
|1||2||1947||Statement of Policy of the Utah Water and Power Board|
|1||3||1950||List of Addresses|
|1||4||1953||Project Report - Notes and Observations Pertaining to the Boulder Canyon and All-American Canal Projects|
|1||7||1975||Colorado River Storage Project|