The Town’s Water Conservation Plan is designed to promote water efficiency through improved practices, techniques and technologies by both the system demands and customer water demands. Under Colorado Revised Statute 37-60-126(2) The State of Colorado Water Conservation Board requires water suppliers to develop, adopt and implement a water conservation plan to help identify where future planning efforts need to be focused and to encourage its customers to use water more efficiently. Conservation measures outlined in the plan pertain to actions the Water Division can take to conserve more water, thereby extending water supplies and lowering operational costs, as well as programs to help consumers reduce consumption, such as using the free water-saving fixtures available from the Town.
Residents are welcome to pick up free low flow showerheads, faucet aerators, toilet tank bladders, and toilet tank dye tablets from the Utilities Division Administrative Assistant's desk located in the Engineering Offices of Town Hall.
For more information please contact Chris Eshelman, Water Superintendent, at 970-577-3630 or firstname.lastname@example.org.