1. Radionuclides: Uranium is naturally occurring in our mountain environment. The uranium in our water supply is not new; the regulations are. We are working with engineers and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The Water Treatment Plant was completed in February 2012; as a result, the continued testing shows the uranium levels well below the required standard.
2. Ammonia: Our wastewater effluent must be treated to remove ammonia according to state regulations that protect aquatic life. A new Wastewater Treatment Plant finished construction in 2015.
March 23, 2020
SOME RESIDENTS OF MWSD HAVE INQUIRED IF THEIR MAIL AND DROP BOX PAYMENTS ARE BEING APPLIED TO THE MARCH WATER AND SEWER BILL BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT SHOWING HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AT THEIR BANKS. ALL...
March 17, 2020
THE DISTRICT OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC STARTING MARCH 17, 2020 DUE TO THE SUGGESTION TO LIMIT CONTACT DURING THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS. THE STAFF IS CONTINUING OPERATIONS TO GUARANTEE...
January 08, 2020
Please remember that NO outside watering is allowed in the District. The restriction is based on a water court ruling.
The decree issued in 1983 by Colorado District Court, Water...
May 17, 2012
For immediate release May 17, 2012
Mountain Water and Sanitation District Has New Water Treatment Plant
The Mountain Water and Sanitation District (MWSD), which serves about 375 homes in...