Kaysville City residents asked to conserve water next week

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KAYSVILLE, Utah – Residents in Kaysville are being asked to conserve culinary water starting May 1.

Kaysville City says that on Wednesday, May 1, Weber Basin Water will begin repairing the transmission line that provides culinary water to Kaysville.

While water flow will remain uninterrupted, both residential and commercial users are asked to conserve culinary water to keep storage tanks full. Secondary or irrigation water is not affected by the repair.

The conservation effort will last through May 7.