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Update Your Contact Information

It’s important the Strawberry Water Users Association (SWUA) has accurate contact information for each of its shareholders. This way, all shareholders receive timely, annual assessments and avoid delinquency and subsequent late fees and penalties.

Submit the Form

Download and return the “Update Your Contact Information” form to:

Liva Siufanua, SWUA’s Water Record Associate,
at: 745 North 500 East, Payson, Utah 84651

Water Verification Request

The Strawberry Water Users Association (SWUA) does not issue Certificates for Water shares.  If you need proof of shares, complete and return the “Water Verification Request” form and SWUA will provide a letter and map detailing your shares and how they are allocated on your property. Turnaround time is typically 1-3 business days, pending the size and scope of the request.

NOTE:  If you are requesting a “Water Verification Request” and you are not the shareholder, you will need to get the shareholder’s signature on the “Water Verification Request” form before submitting to the SWUA office.

Processing fees do apply.

Submit the Form

Download and return the “Update Your Contact Information” form to:

Liva Siufanua, SWUA’s Water Record Associate,
at: 745 North 500 East, Payson, Utah 84651

Request to Buy/Sell SVP Water Shares

The only way to move Strawberry Valley Project (SVP) water shares from one parcel to another parcel is with an approved and recorded Water Deed.  Water Deeds require approvals and signatures from the property owners, Strawberry Water Users Association (SWUA), the delivery Canal Company, and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. This approval process can take up to 3-4 months.

NOTE: Be sure to consider the necessary approval time when buying and/or selling property.  Water Deed administrative fees and recording fees are required for these transactions.  When buying, selling or moving (temporarily or permanently) SVP water shares, a specific form is necessary to complete and submit to SWUA for review, approval and recording.

Submit the Form

Download and return the “Update Your Contact Information” form to:

Liva Siufanua, SWUA’s Water Record Associate,
at: 745 North 500 East, Payson, Utah 84651

Request to Move SVP Water Shares

The only way to move Strawberry Valley Project (SVP) water shares from one parcel to another parcel is with an approved and recorded Water Deed.  Water Deeds require approvals and signatures from the property owners, Strawberry Water Users Association (SWUA), the delivery Canal Company, and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. This approval process can take up to 3-4 months.

NOTE: Be sure to consider the necessary approval time when buying and/or selling property.  Water Deed administrative fees and recording fees are required for these transactions.  When buying, selling or moving (temporarily or permanently) SVP water shares, a specific form is necessary to complete and submit to SWUA for review, approval and recording.

Submit the Form

Download and return the “Update Your Contact Information” form to:

Liva Siufanua, SWUA’s Water Record Associate,
at: 745 North 500 East, Payson, Utah 84651

Selling Share Back to Strawberry Water Users Association (SWUA)

If you are unable or not interested in finding a buyer for your SVP water shares within your Canal Company service area, the Strawberry Water Users Association (SWUA) will purchase your water shares at $1,000 per share, minus anything owing on your SWUA account.

NOTE: If your property is within the High Line Canal Company service area, SWUA will not purchase your water shares.

Submit the Form

Download and return the “Update Your Contact Information” form to:

Liva Siufanua, SWUA’s Water Record Associate,
at: 745 North 500 East, Payson, Utah 84651

CUWCD Rental Application

For twenty plus years, the Central Utah Water Conservancy District (CUWCD), with the approval and partnership of the United States Department of Interior, have made available an supplemental, leased and temporary irrigation water source to those with Strawberry Valley Project (SVP) water shares. Over this same period of time, many SWUA shareholders have leased this temporary irrigation water, particularly in times of drought. This leased irrigation water is temporary because the water allocation and the Utah Lake System (ULS) Pipeline is contracted to meet growing municipal demands in south Utah county. As the population continues to grow, this temporary irrigation water will be converted to municipal and industrial needs.

Strawberry Water Users Association (SWUA) shareholders have the option to lease supplemental irrigation water through a temporary lease agreement with the CUWCD. SWUA largely administers these lease agreements. When entering into an agreement, amending an existing Agreement or cancelling an Agreement, specific forms are necessary to complete and return to the SWUA office. New, amended or cancelled applications for CUWCD lease supplemental irrigation water are due June 1.

So long as full, annual payments are made on time, Agreements remain in place through the 2036 irrigation season. Or, until this temporary irrigation water source is directed to its primary source of municipal and industrial use.

Processing time takes up to three weeks to complete an Agreement. Administrative fees are required.

Submit the Form

Download and return the “Update Your Contact Information” form to:

Liva Siufanua, SWUA’s Water Record Associate,
at: 745 North 500 East, Payson, Utah 84651

CUWCD Cancellation

For twenty plus years, the Central Utah Water Conservancy District (CUWCD), with the approval and partnership of the United States Department of Interior, have made available an supplemental, leased and temporary irrigation water source to those with Strawberry Valley Project (SVP) water shares. Over this same period of time, many SWUA shareholders have leased this temporary irrigation water, particularly in times of drought. This leased irrigation water is temporary because the water allocation and the Utah Lake System (ULS) Pipeline is contracted to meet growing municipal demands in south Utah county. As the population continues to grow, this temporary irrigation water will be converted to municipal and industrial needs.

Strawberry Water Users Association (SWUA) shareholders have the option to lease supplemental irrigation water through a temporary lease agreement with the CUWCD. SWUA largely administers these lease agreements. When entering into an agreement, amending an existing Agreement or cancelling an Agreement, specific forms are necessary to complete and return to the SWUA office. New, amended or cancelled applications for CUWCD lease supplemental irrigation water are due June 1.

So long as full, annual payments are made on time, Agreements remain in place through the 2036 irrigation season. Or, until this temporary irrigation water source is directed to its primary source of municipal and industrial use.

Processing time takes up to three weeks to complete an Agreement. Administrative fees are required.

Submit the Form

Download and return the “Update Your Contact Information” form to:

Liva Siufanua, SWUA’s Water Record Associate,
at: 745 North 500 East, Payson, Utah 84651

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