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For over 40 years, the Snake River Water District has worked to reliably provide clean, quality drinking water and fire protection to the Keystone valley 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The District manages, operates, and maintains 8 wells, 2 water treatment plants, 4 storage tanks, 2 pump stations, and approximately 30 miles of distribution pipes that provide drinking water and fire protection to thousands of residents, businesses, and visitors each year.

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The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment compiles the water testing data from labs to produce a report for each public water system. They send this report to public water systems each year and require them to publish it for their customers. The SRWD report covering data for calendar year 2023 was delivered to us this week.
The Board of Directors and Executive Director have been working for the past three years to evaluate options for continued funding of the Master Plan projects. On March 19th, the District successfully sold approximately $29 million in bonds with multiple maturities. The proceeds will fund the construction of many capital improvements that allow the District to proactively address population…
The Snake River Water District Board of Directors approved the 2024 budget at the November 14, 2023 meeting. For a complete view of the detailed budget and the associated resolutions, please click on this link: 2024 Approved Budget 

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATERPlease share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, tenants, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in public places or by distributing copies by hand. 
The meeting is scheduled for 4:00 p.m.Location: 0050 Oro Grande Drive, Keystone, CO and using Zoom online meeting (please call for Zoom link).
The Snake River Water District has partnered with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to address the detection of PFAS in some of the District's water system. Under the guidance and recommendations of CDPHE, SRWD has voluntarily hired an engineering firm to oversee the collection and testing of additional samples from all of its wells.
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