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 […]
Public Notice included in July 2019 billing statements By General Manager Linn Brooks As a local government formed to operate the public water and wastewater systems, Eagle River Water & Sanitation District’s purpose is to provide safe drinking water to our customers and to return clean water back to local streams via one of […]
7:15 p.m. update (last update) Water service has been restored to all properties. Crews will remain onsite until back-filling and cleanup operations are complete. 6:15 p.m. update Crews responded overnight to a water main break on June Creek Road between Chaparral Road and Rowel Drive. Homes on Lariat Rd., Chaparral Rd., and […]
Professional development and longevity crucial to organizational success Eagle River Water & Sanitation District celebrated its employees’ outstanding performance, longevity, and certifications earned. Eight individuals were recognized for strong commitment to district organizational values: Accountability – Kailey Rosema Community Partnership – Amy Vogt Customer Confidence – Woodson Spring Environmental Stewardship – Cat Hayes Leadership […]
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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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 32-1-1001(2)(a), C.R.S., to the customers of the Upper Eagle Regional Water Authority (“Authority”) and all other interested persons that the Board of Directors of the Authority shall consider increasing the Authority’s water system impact fee at an open public meeting to be held at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, […]
The federal snow measuring site on Vail Mountain received 2.2 inches of “snow water equivalent” (SWE) in two days this week. Snow fell at about that rate in early March. Remember those pow days? The site has accumulated 3.7 inches of SWE since May 1. That’s how much it received between October 2018 and […]