Winchester Hills, Utah

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Extreme Fire Conditions - No Burning

The closed burn season has been extended until November 30th. Click here to view the letter from the State of Utah

Until then the Winchester Hills Fire Dept and the Washington County Sheriffs Office has a no tolerance policy. In other words if you burn illegally expect a citation. No exceptions. It is simply too dry to burn safely.

Thank you,
Chief Christensen

SR-18 Construction Updates (Updated April 22nd)

The project manager for the SR-18 construction project has asked if we can provide updates here on our site. This section will be updated as I get new information from them.

SR-18 Project Information (Updated April 22nd)

Beginning today, Monday, March 20th, BARCO LLC will be replacing 5 fire hydrants near the following addresses throughout Winchester Hills:

5300 N 1740 W

2000 W 5540 N

5400 N Winchester Drive

5400 N 1750 W

5560 N Cedar Drive

Within the next few days, a portion of the main water line will be shut off in those areas to make the replacements. If you live close to those areas, your water may be off for a few hours until the replacements can be made. Some water discoloration may take place after this repair has been made and the water is turned back on, if that happens, please flush your outside water lines until it clears. Thank you for your patience as we work through this repair.

WHWC Board of Directors

Water Sensors to Hopefully Avoid House Floods

I'm using these sensors to hopefully avoid a flood in my house due to broken fittings. When a sensor detects water it alerts me in the app, sends me a text message, and automatically shuts off the water to my house. I'm really happy with the system and figured I'd share.

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