Cedar Valley and Northern Utah Valley Groundwater Management Plan
Groundwater Point of Diversion Change Application Evaluation Tool


The purpose of this tool is to evaluate the portability of groundwater rights within the groundwater management plan area. The tool evaluates a groundwater change with respect to Appropriation Policy items 2, 4 and 5 only. A proposed change may be further evaluated against additional criteria prior to a final decision.

Instructions:

  • To evaluate a change enter a heretofore and a hereafter location.
  • Heretofore input:
    • Select an input type of either "Coordinates" or "Water Right/Change."
    • Choose "Coordinates" to enter latitude and longitude coordinates. Click the "Use Map" button to get coordinates from an interactive map. Click the "Use PLS" button to get coordinates from a PLS location.
    • Choose "Water Right/Change" to enter a water right number or change application, which will evaluate all of the water right's approved groundwater points of diversion as of June 4, 2013.
    • Leave the heretofore input blank to see a map showing an area from where a point of diversion can be considered for change to the given hereafter location.
  • Hereafter input:
    • Enter latiude and longitude coordinates.
    • Click the "Use Map" button to get coordinates from an interactive map. Click the "Use PLS" button to get coordinates from a PLS location.
    • Leave the hereafter input blank to see a map showing an area to where the given heretofore location(s) can be considered for change.
    • If a change application is specified for the heretofore, any inputted hereafter location is ignored; the hereafter of the change application is used.
  • Once the heretofore and/or hereafter have been chosen click the "Submit" button.

Enter a Heretofore location:

Select Input Type:

Lat: decimal degrees     Lon: decimal degrees       

Enter a Hereafter location:

Lat: decimal degrees     Lon: decimal degrees       


  
feet     feet     from corner

Section     Township:     Range:     Base  
Revised:  September 4, 2014
Rundate:  July 22, 2017