Just because something can go down a drain, doesn’t mean it should. If it flushes, it doesn’t mean it should. Most homes and businesses in the Eagle River valley are connected to a sewage collection system. Thus, what goes down a local drain is destined for a wastewater treatment plant. These facilities are designed […]
Water efficiency is not necessarily about using less water, it is about wasting less water. The boards of the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District and the Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority have unanimously approved and adopted the Eagle River Regional Water Efficiency Plan. The plan is a joint effort by the district […]
Effective immediately: No new special irrigation permits. In response to low stream flows, the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District will no longer issue special irrigation permits, which are normally available for newly-seeded areas. Local streams are the source water for the district to supply customers with water for indoor and outdoor uses. […]
All outdoor water use must cease immediately. The Eagle River Water & Sanitation District and Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority have issued a Water Supply Emergency for their entire service area, from East Vail through Cordillera, due to a potential extended power outage associated with the Red Canyon Fire. All non-essential water […]
Public comment accepted through July 30 The draft Eagle River Regional Water Efficiency Plan is available for review by the public, which can submit comments through July 30. The plan is a joint effort by the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District and the Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority that outlines actions the organizations will […]
Homes for the professionals who provide our community with vital water services. Join us June 1 for a brief celebration and ground-turning at the site of the future Stillwater employee housing neighborhood in Edwards. The $14 million capital project will add 21 units to the Eagle River Water & Sanitation District’s already strong […]
Now that the landscaping is done, we’re ready for visitors!
The future of the Eagle Mine Superfund site – and its downstream neighbors in Eagle County – is at a critical juncture.
Don’t make a judgment call, make a phone call. Aug. 11 (8/11) serves as a natural reminder for district customers to call 811 two to three business days prior to any digging project. 811 is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization that connects excavators with underground facility owners in order to prevent unintentional strike […]