KAYSVILLE -- The Heritage Park splash pad project may not be complete until July, rather than May, as originally hoped, because of a slow response from the Utah Division of Water Quality.
City officials were required to submit their proposed means of recapturing and reusing the water to the DWQ. They are still awaiting approval of their plan and cannot move forward without it.
If the city hears back soon, officials anticipate starting construction in April or May. The project is expected to take two to three months to complete, with a current target completion of July.
"This is taking much longer than anticipated. If the process keeps getting delayed, it will push us back even further," said Cole Stephens, parks director.