Kearns Improvement District

Contact us (801) 968-1011

Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
  • Customer Service and 24 Hr. Emergency 801-968-1011
  • Equal pay plan open enrollment is now! Contact customer service to sign up or for details!
  • Tuesday, February 12th Board Meeting at 5:30 p.m.

Latest News & Events

  • Click Here for information on equal pay!  We are in our enrollment period this month.  Contact customer service to sign up or for details.  
  • Click Here for information about how to prevent feeezing pipes in your house
  • Click Here: For Information on Utah Water Savers Conservation Programs!

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Cougar Lane Water Line Break Update:  Our crews continue to make repairs to Cougar Lane at about 5700 South.  There has been additional settling of soil beneath the asphalt from the watermain leak.  We will be putting down a temporary asphalt patch on Monday (14th) or Tuesday (15th).  We will then do a permanent patch in spring when temperatures are above 50 degrees.  We will continue to have traffic control in place while repairs are being made.  Thank you for your understanding as we make these repairs. 


Welcome to

Kearns Improvement District

Kearns Improvement District (KID) is a water and sewer utility located in Kearns, Utah. KID encompasses the area formerly known as Camp Kearns which was established as an air force replacement center during World War II. KID is a political subdivision of the State of Utah with specific statutory powers. We are governed by an elected Board of Trustees.


Mission Statement:

To provide quality service to the people of Kearns Improvement District, while supplying safe drinking water and sanitary sewer service.


Water and sewer laterals are the service lines that connect the home or business to KID’s mainlines.  Please be aware that maintenance and repair of these laterals is the responsibility of the property owner.