I recently had the opportunity to explore Utah Lake by boat. It wouldn’t be the first time, but it was certainly one of the most memorable.
You want facts? We got ‘em—some of the more fascinating ones you’ll find:
Three decades ago, after considerable snow and rainfall, severe flooding occurred throughout much of Utah, including Utah Valley.
It’s your lake. New utahlake.gov website helps you make the most of it.
Utahlake.gov is operated by The Utah Lake Commission, a government agency funded and empowered by 17 area governments, including neighboring municipalities of Utah County, the Department of Natural Resources, and the great state of Utah.
If there’s one thing Utah Lake isn’t known for, it’s clear blue water. But there’s no reason it can’t be translucent again, preservationists say. Which is why local officials are working hard to restore it.