District reducing energy use and costs through innovative Holy Cross Energy partnership The Eagle River Water & Sanitation District saved nearly $19,000 in 2019 while taking part in a peak time rebate pilot program through Holy Cross Energy (HCE). The program, which aims to reduce electric demand during periods of high demand on HCE’s […]
Celebrate and explore the new Stillwater employee housing neighborhood in Edwards. Please join the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District board of directors and staff on Aug. 9 for a Ribbon Cutting and Open House celebration of the Stillwater employee housing project in Edwards. You’ve seen the transformation happening behind the construction fences, […]
Routine sewer main maintenance operations have begun in the Bachelor Gulch, Beaver Creek, and Wildridge neighborhoods and will continue through mid-September. Work will generally occur between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Residents can expect sewer jetting trucks and equipment on streets and in back lots depending on manhole locations. Drivers […]
Eagle River Water & Sanitation District stocks lakes with 2,500 more pounds of “catchable” rainbow trout The Eagle River Water & Sanitation District stocked Black Lakes with 2,500 pounds of rainbow trout on Wednesday (7/17). This is the second stocking this year of 9- to 16-inch-long rainbow trout into the two Black Lakes, which […]
If you’ve never heard of a PRV or don’t know where yours is, read on. Pressure-reducing valves (PRVs) protect homes and businesses from high pressures in the public water distribution system. If your property is served by Eagle River Water & Sanitation District, you’re supposed to have a PRV. Your PRV is located […]
Eagle River Water & Sanitation District stocks lakes with 2,500 pounds of “catchable” rainbow trout The Eagle River Water & Sanitation District stocked Black Lakes with 2,500 pounds of rainbow trout on Thursday (6/20). This is the first stocking this year of 9- to 16-inch-long rainbow trout into the two Black Lakes, which […]
Outdoor water use schedule: Adhere to the odd/even outdoor water use schedule based on the last digit in your street address.
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It’s the high season for construction in the valley. Once the mountain closes, traffic cones and flaggers increase. Public projects generally mean an improvement to public services, but it takes construction – and temporary disruption – to get to the improvement. As the water and wastewater service provider for East Vail through Edwards, […]
All the snow Colorado has been getting this winter has made for great skiing, but it’s also good news for summer river flows and local soil moisture. If you’ve been enjoying this winter’s snow, you’re probably looking forward to getting another use out of it this spring or summer when snowmelt means whitewater in […]