The Weber County Commission gave final approval for the organization of the Hooper Water Improvement District in August of 1966 to provide culinary water service for 350 connections in southwestern Weber County. A few years later the District boundary was extended south to include
approximately 150 more connections in a portion of northwest Davis County and the western part of West Point City.
A Little About Us
Today, the District serves parts of Roy City, West Haven City, Hooper City, and West Point City. Most of the District’s services are for residential homes; with some schools, churches and commercial buildings. The District currently serves an estimated 19,536 people. The District boundary contains approximately 10,561 acres, more than 162 miles of water mainlines and has about 5,951 connections to the system.
The District was organized and is operating under the general laws of the State of Utah pursuant to Section 17A-2-301, et seq., Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended. The District is governed by a five-member Board of Trustees. The trustees are elected by the citizens of the District. The Board meets monthly, usually on the second Tuesday of each month, to take public
comment and to direct the affairs of the District. Board meetings are generally held at 5:00 p.m. at the District office: 5555 West 5500 South, Hooper, Utah. It is the objective of the District to provide high-quality culinary water to meet the needs of our current and future customers. The District is grateful to serve this great community.