WELL WATER TESTING
June 22nd, 2021
Registration deadline June 7th
The Uinta County Conservation District holds an annual Well Water Testing Day in June for anyone with a well in Uinta County. We facilitate this yearly well water testing for county residents by offering a cost-share for the test, ordering and handing out water collection bottles, and shipping the samples to the analytical lab. If you want your well water tested, make sure you register and pay by the deadline, pick up your sampling kit on time, take your water sample on the testing day, and return it to our collection location in Evanston or Lyman. We do not see the results, they are sent straight from the lab to the well owner.
2021 Well-Water Testing Day Information
June 7 Registration & Payment deadline
June 15-21 Kit pickup
June 22 Sampling day
Registration must be received by June 7th
Register using one of the following methods:
Fill out the online form below
Register in person at the Conservation District office, 204 E Sage St in Lyman, M-Th 8-4.
Payment can be submitted by check or cash to the UCCD office in Lyman or the UW office in Evanston. Payment must be received by June 7th. We cannot accept credit cards or other forms of online payment at this time.
Bridger Valley: Pick up your sampling kit from the UCCD office in Lyman June 15-21, M-Th 8-4.
Evanston: Pick up your sampling kit from the UW Extension office during business hours June 15-21.
Sample your water on the morning of June 22.
Bring the samples back to the UCCD office in Lyman or the UW Extension office in Evanston before 1:00 pm on June 22.
Results of your well water test will be mailed or emailed directly to you from the lab. UCCD will not have access to your test results.
If you have questions about your results, please contact the analytical lab directly.
Energy Laboratories, Inc.
Knowing the quality of your private well water is of utmost importance to your family's health.
Private well water should be tested at least once a year, or anytime there is a change in taste, odor, or color.
If someone in the household is expecting a baby or someone is immunocompromised, this is another critical time to test your well water.
If you use well water for livestock or irrigation, it is also important to know and understand if your well water is suitable for those uses.
For more information about private wells, septic systems
and online educational opportunities visit The Private Well Class.