Curtis has served on the Town Council from 2009 until the present. He also assists with the entire process of projects, such as the engineering selection process, identifying the needs of the system, financial assistance applications, public hearings, etc.
Curtis has a long history with the Rural Water Association, beginning his involvement by serving as a member of the Rural Water Board for over ten years, and even serving a term as the RWAU Board President. During his time on the Rural Water Board, Curt was in the middle of his 12 years of service as the Sterling Town Mayor. Prior to serving as the Mayor of Sterling Town, he served on the Sterling Town Board for 4 years. In 2010, Curt has begun to serve yet another term on the Sterling Town Council. Curt has been involved with all aspects of Town Government since 1984. In 2001, Curtis was hired by the Rural Water Association of Utah and has filled several positions depending upon the need of the Association.
Curtis works under the Capacity Development Program to assist and encourage counties in developing or expanding water and wastewater systems; in understanding the importance of working cooperatively with the Utah Division of Drinking Water and the Utah Division of Water Quality; and with the administrative rules. The Rural Water Association of Utah provides assistance to counties to understand the Capacity Development Program and the role of public or non-public water and wastewater systems to enhance and ensure technical, managerial, and financial capacity. Areas of Expertise:
Board / Council Liaison
Board / Council Training
County Planning Commissions
Grants, Loans, Etc.
Non-Public Water & Wastewater Development
Ordinances, Resolutions, By-Laws
Utility Rates and Fees
Project Funding Advice
76 Red Pine Drive
Rural Water Association of Utah
Alpine, UT 84004