TASTE AND ODOR COMPLAINTS. LTWD has been testing our back-up water supply at Dry Creek Reservoir, which has resulted in some Taste and Odor complaints. This is a temporary situation. Your water should resume to normal within a couple of days. Thank you for your patience. Emergencies call: (970) 532-2096

TASTE AND ODOR COMPLAINTS. LTWD has been testing our back-up water supply at Dry Creek Reservoir, which has resulted in some Taste and Odor complaints. This is a temporary situation. Your water should resume to normal within a couple of days. Thank you for your patience.

Emergencies call: (970) 532-2096

Call Before You Dig

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Colorado 8-1-1 must be notified prior to excavation. Excavation is defined as:  “any operation in which earth is moved or removed by means of any tools, equipment, or explosives and includes auguring, boring, ditching, grading, plowing-in, ripping, scraping, trenching, and tunneling.  The safest and only legal way to dig is to know what is below the ground before your shovel or equipment moves any dirt. Even small projects like planting a shrub require you to make advance arrangements before digging. Your advance call to 8-1-1 helps you learn where utility-owned lines and equipment are buried before you turn the earth.

Your call to 8-1-1 connects you with your Colorado’s “one-call center,” which arranges, at no cost to you, for utilities to locate and mark the buried utilities in your dig area.

In Colorado, call three days in advance of digging.  Locates for your water utility are from the main water line to the meter pit.  You are responsible for locating your service line past the meter pit.

Visit  the Colorado 8-1-1 at www.co811.org.

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