Effective on October 19, 2012, the Town of Breckenridge rescinded the mandatory water restrictions due to the drought and extreme fire danger. While mandatory water restrictions are no longer in effect, the Town of Breckenridge encourages citizens to continue to voluntarily follow the water restriction guidelines (refer to water conservation guidelines section of the website).
The Water Division works to provide quality water that meets or exceeds the drinking water standards in sufficient quantities for domestic, commercial, irrigation and fire protection uses. The Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for the Compliance Year 2012 is now available as reported to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Well water tests can be conducted by the Summit County Environmental Health Department for a fee. Call (970) 668-4070 for more information.
Did you know that your leaky toilet could be costing you money? Even though a leak may seem insignificant, in a matter of just a month you could be losing hundreds of gallons of water from one toilet. Make a habit of checking all your toilets on a regular basis. Use these quick, simple tips and techniques from Denver Water to find and stop leaking toilets before they cost you any more money.
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