Razor Ridge Park is a fully landscaped four-acre community urban fishery. The Lake is approximately 4.8 million gallons and 28 feet deep. The design promotes a system where multiple fish species can survive year round. The lake functions as storage for the Coral Canyon golf course and headwater pressurization for future irrigation in the Coral Canyon community. Backwash water from the Washington City Water Treatment Facility that was previously wasted is now pumped into the lake. The reclaimed water is blended in the lake and utilized as irrigation water for the Coral Canyon golf course.