Happenings in Crestview
Notice to Crestview Customers
Crestview recently received notice from the Metro Wastewater Reclamation District that its annual charges to Crestview for treating Crestview's sanitary sewer flows will be increasing by twenty-two percent for 2017.
It is possible that the rates Crestview charges its customers for sewer treatment in 2017 could increase.
Crestview's Board and staff are continually committed to maintaining fair and reasonable rates for its customers and will work diligently to counter this possible increase.
The Flint, Michigan water supply tragedy has people concerned about lead in their drinking water
The water supplied to Denver Water's customers, including Crestview Water & Sanitation District, is lead-free however, lead can get into water as it moves through lead-containing household plumbing and service lines. Crestview does not have any lead water mains or lead service lines in its system.
No amount of lead in water is safe, so no level of risk is acceptable. There are things you can do if you are concerned:
- Get a test by a state-certified lab to determine if there is lead in your home's plumbing. Crestview will not reimburse for any tests and/or filters.
- Get a filter certified to remove lead if needed.
- Flush your pipes after you haven't used water for several hours by running the cold water tap for a couple minutes until the water gets noticeably colder.
For more information go to www.denverwater.org/WaterQuality/WaterSafety/LeadCopper
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Have a safe 2016!