Last week, district staff had the opportunity to attend
National Water Quality Month reminds us how vital our drinking water is and how we can all play a role in protecting it. Knowing where your water comes from makes it easier to appreciate the quality of your local waterways, and can motivate you and your community to keep these water sources as clean as possible.
Maintain your system & consider high-value upgrades: Why & how often?
Irrigation systems need regular maintenance to keep them working efficiently year after year. Damage from lawn equipment or improper winterization can cause leaks and other serious problems that can cost you a significant amount of wasted water.
The District office will be closed on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.
If you have urgent business with the District on this day, please call the main number at 303-979-2333. The on-call staff person will respond to your request as soon as possible.
This time of year, the District sees an increase in the number of calls from customers reporting high consumption on their most recent water bill.
Resource Central’s Garden In A Box offers a simple approach to waterwise gardening with professionally designed kits including plant by number maps and plant care information.
The district welcomed Emmanuel “Manny” Martinez to the operations staff on February 28. As a water distribution and wastewater collection system operator, he is one of the District faces you will see working in the field and responding to customer service requests.